Renewable Energy/ Biogas
Renewable Energy is the fastest growing energy source in the United States, increasing by nearly 50 percent over the past decade. Driven by an emphasis to reduce greenhouse gas emissions involved with the production and use of energy, the demand to use naturally replenished energy sources continues to rise. This is further evidenced by significant policy and regulatory changes in this country combined with overall consumer behavior – all which point to the conclusion this growing market sector is here to stay.
Drawing from our rich history in facilities construction, Reynolds has established a presence in the Renewable Energy sector by offering a wide range of construction related services for new facilities involving waste to energy technologies utilizing Anaerobic Digestion (AD). Our involvement with waste to energy facilities began nearly 15 years ago with the construction of a small, demonstration project involving dairy cow manure. Since then, our company has completed several other AD projects with waste streams, including both food and animal waste, and involving complete mix, mixed-plug flow and fixed media type AD.
Reynolds can also provide flexibility to an Owner in the selection of the desired delivery method. We have proven experience with complete Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC), Cost-Plus, and Cost Plus with a GMP delivery methods. Additionally, Reynolds can also supplement Owner staff providing Project Management assistance in the areas of Scheduling, Procurement, Budgeting, and Constructability reviews
Perhaps the greatest strength of our service offering to this market can be found in our self-perform construction capabilities. We routinely self-perform the following trade disciplines our Renewable Energy projects:
- Site Work
- Above/Below Grade Piping
- Equipment Installation
- Gas Upgrading and Conveyance
- Start-up and Commissioning
- •Renewable and Sustainable
- •Continuous Energy Delivery 24/7/365
- •Environmentally Responsible Management of Organic Waste
- •Reduction of Carbon Footprint