10.5 MW Landfill Gas-Fueled Power Plant – Roosevelt, Washington
NEPCO engineered and constructed a 10.5 MW landfill gas fueled power plant at a remote landfill site in Roosevelt, Washington. The facility incorporated five reciprocating internal combustion engines that burn filtered, dried and compressed landfill gas.
- Five landfill gas fired reciprocating engines
- Gas cleaning and compression system
- Control systems and switchgear
Scope of Work
Engineering, procurement, construction and startup
Seven months from notice to proceed to final completion completed in 1999
Approx. EPC value $12M
Project controls to include preparation of CPM schedules with primavera (P3); cost controls; cash-flow management; change order management; forecasting; tracking of installed quantities; earned value management and other project controls efforts.
*This project was performed by principal of the firm