Drive Predictable Results With an Integrated EPC Team

An experienced engineer-procure-construct (EPC) team that is fully integrated under one roof can be the key to predictable results in renewables projects. From project development and permitting through to interconnection, construction and startup, an integrated EPC partner can be your competitive advantage.


Solar design, development and construction


Battery Storage Construction

Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) will deliver much-needed certainty to developers and owners of solar, wind, energy storage and other clean energy technologies. It broadens and sweetens a range of tax credits, opening the door for cooperatives and utilities to a start self-building over the next 10 years. With the ability to comply with IRA apprenticeship and Davis Bacon requirements for both union and non-union workforces, Burns & McDonnell stands ready to help you take advantage of available incentives and funding to move your renewable projects forward.


Upfront planning and seamless construction integration are critical for solar projects. With an integrated EPC approach, vital components like concept development, geotech, permitting and site optimization are planned for and designed with constructability in mind, creating less unpredictability when it comes to budget and installation costs.

Energy Storage

Regardless of the sun shining or wind blowing, maintaining reliable energy service is imperative. With many moving parts involved in energy storage, seamless EPC experience and integrated coordination are key to executing on-time and on-budget projects.


The growth of renewable generation and evolving energy standards create schedule challenges for both utilities and renewable developers. Grid interconnections require proper planning, risk assessment and execution of the engineering and construction to allow for a streamlined experience interconnecting to the grid.


No matter the task at hand, the range of regulations and permitting conditions required can be daunting. It’s important to partner with a team of professionals that has extensive experience with environmental studies, the permitting needs required by federal, state and local agencies, and construction and operational compliance monitoring.


Wind power is complex. From grid planning and site layout to interconnection handoffs and capacity analysis, an integrated, experienced team can take the project through to completion.


Offshore wind generation is rising in demand and becoming a strong player in a renewable generation portfolio. With experience in sourcing and fabricating equipment, producing and assembling steel, and implementing concrete and electrical components for these projects, we can partner with you to grow and expand your offshore wind initiatives.


Offshore Wind Supply Chain Requires a Collaborative Approach

The developing U.S. offshore wind market needs regional and national collaboration between supply chain stakeholders in order to meet clean energy goals.

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