SUPPORTING OUR CLIENTS’ LOW-CARBON GOALS
WITH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS
Kiewit remains at the forefront of North America’s evolving energy infrastructure, supporting the unique needs of our clients’ low-carbon objectives with innovative technology, engineering and construction solutions. Our market diversity allows us to draw on resources from different parts of our business, enabling seamless and efficient execution for low-carbon and alternative energy projects including carbon capture, hydrogen, ammonia, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels, solar, offshore wind and beyond. With our forward-thinking, innovation-minded approach, we deliver fully customizable EPC packages that meet our client’s unique needs and specifications.
ESTABLISHED TECHNOLOGY NETWORK
With a track record of successfully delivering world-class energy projects, we’ve developed an extensive network of strong relationships with all major carbon capture technology providers.
This approach to EPC contracting enables us to work with our clients and partners to future-proof projects as technology evolves.
PERMITTING & COMPLIANCE
Our environmental permitting and compliance experts and experience span North America, supporting clients through all phases of the project lifecycle.
We tailor our approaches to meet our client’s’ project drivers and financing strategies, allowing us to seamlessly deliver cost, schedule and performance certainty.
EPCC, environmental permitting and due diligence reporting for carbon capture, sequestration and utilization projects.
Low-carbon hydrogen production pathways including ATR and SMR combined with CCS, methane pyrolysis, biomass gasification and electrolysis.
Studies, pre-FEED and FEED experience with green and blue projects ranging from 600-6,000 MTPD.
Early design through EPC for renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels facilities.
Photovoltaic projects ranging from 2 MW to over 650 MW as well as associated battery storage solutions.
Offshore service solutions for fixed-bottom and floating wind projects across North America.