RMT’s 2012 construction portfolio consists of the following seven wind power projects:
Auwahi – Sempra U.S. Gas & Power, 24 MW, Maui, Hawaii
Colorado Highlands – Alliance Power, 67 MW, Logan County, Colorado
Kawailoa – First Wind, 69 MW, Oahu, Hawaii
KWP II – First Wind, 21 MW, Maui, Hawaii
Laurel Hill – Duke Energy, 69 MW, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
Palouse – First Wind, 104 MW, Whitman County, Washington
Post Rock – Wind Capital Group, 201 MW, Lincoln & Ellsworth Counties, Kansas
"Wind energy projects are growing more complex—with tighter budgets and schedules—particularly in 2012 with the pending PTC expiration," said RMT President David Kutcher. "RMT remains focused on safely providing our clients with high-quality, efficient, and cost-effective design, engineering, and construction services. That is our culture and our commitment."
RMT entered the renewable energy market in 1996, designing, engineering, and constructing wind energy facilities. RMT’s construction team is backed by in-house engineering and site development support professionals. As one of the only firms to self-perform both engineering and construction services in the renewable energy space, RMT provides an experienced team that works together across all project phases to deliver continuity of project vision and real-time solutions to complex project challenges.
RMT will be attending the AWEA WINDPOWER 2012 Conference & Exhibition June 3-6, 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia.
RMT is a leading EPC contractor specializing in the design and construction of wind power and solar power electric energy generating facilities. RMT’s experienced construction crew is backed by in-house engineering and development support professionals. RMT’s EPC renewable energy portfolio includes over 5,000 MW. The company is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, and is a unit of Alliant Energy Corporation(NYSE: LNT), an energy holding company.