This effort included the detailed design engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for the nation’s first commercial scale bio-refinery to produce cellulosic ethanol from waste, a $130 million project that generated 8 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol from yard and wood waste each year. The facility uses a hybrid thermochemical-fermentation process to continuously convert vegetative and wood waste into fuel, heat, and power, some of which goes back into the grid. The conversion process, from the time the biomass enters the gasifier to the production of ethanol—takes less than ten minutes. The facility included raw material handling, gasification, waste heat recovery, fermentation, distillation and dehydration, steam turbine generator, and associated utilities. In addition to the detailed design, on-site construction support was provided for the EPC project.
Detailed design, procurement, and construction for a $100 million fly ash, bottom ash, and pyrites handling and transport conversion EPC project to meet Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) environmental regulations.
The effort included the front-end engineering and detailed design services for installing a 15 TPD Green Hydrogen Production and Liquefaction Plant on a greenfield site.
This effort included the FEL2, FEL3 and detailed design for a new glass furnace structure, raw material feed system, and packaging line for a reflective glass bead production facility.
This effort included the detailed design, procurement, and construction management for a $150 million plant to produce Omega-3 fatty acids from micro algae for the animal nutrition industry.
This effort included the detailed design, permitting, and on-site construction support for a $75 million greenfield plant to produce food-grade vegetable oil.