K&A Engineering Consulting wins two renewable energy contracts
USA, Maine: K&A Engineering Consulting, P.C., a utilities consulting firm, won programme management services for Central Maine Power Co. and USAID’s Scaling Up Renewable Energy II (SURE II) contract work for Energy II IDIQ.
The addition of these two contracts means K&A’s 2020 expected annual revenue will top $25 M, up from $11 M in 2019. Equally as notable is that $14 M in growth happened amidst a global pandemic, where many clients scaled back contracts or put work off completely.
The CMP multi-year award is to help them successfully execute interconnection agreements in accordance with Maine’s new climate change legislation. Throughout this $28 M, three-year engagement, K&A will be providing planning, scheduling, monitoring, controlling, reporting, mapping, SHEQ1, engineering project management, field construction management, procurement services support and construction and commissioning management services.
The purpose of SURE II is to assist partner countries in increasing the level of and integrating renewable energy and new technology into their electricity mixes using a cost effective, reliable, and environmentally friendly methodology that enables countries to achieve greater self-reliance. This 5-year project, scheduled to commence on 1 October, 2020, will include work in multiple countries, and K&A will be providing professional, administrative, and technical personnel support to meet USAID’s objectives.
K&A was formed in late 2016 and serves the electric utilities industry, with a focus on clean and alternative energy, by providing a full range of transmission, distribution, and substation engineering and design consulting services.
Source: T&D World