Infrastructure & Energy Alternatives LLC (IEA)
Infrastructure & Energy Alternatives, LLC (IEA) was created to integrate a portfolio of energy infrastructure service companies. Through the acquisition of RMT and White Construction, IEA has developed a team of engineering and construction experts who can provide turnkey solutions for your renewable energy project. With our combined experience we have installed over 9,500 MW of renewable energy projects across North America.
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- Business Type:
- Engineering service provider
- Industry Type:
- Construction & Construction Materials
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
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Infrastructure & Energy Alternatives, LLC (IEA) was formed in 2011, and chartered with building an integrated portfolio of energy and water infrastructure service companies. As our society grows larger and more complex every year, we rely on a vast array of interconnected systems to meet these complexities. IEA gathers together innovative leaders in engineering and construction services to meet the essential infrastructure requirements of tomorrow – today. Our approach features the use of flexibility and ingenuity to completely fulfill the customer service and project management needs of our clients.
We are developing this integrated services approach with the acquisition of companies that have established strong reputations in the construction industry – companies with experience in building large heavy civil, industrial, traditional power and renewable energy projects across North America and a long history of innovation in construction and project management techniques.
about 2 About UsIEA will continue to broaden our capabilities and geographic reach to expand our team and build upon the services we provide our clientele. It is our goal to grow and develop through integrating the experience of a diverse group of industry-leading energy and water infrastructure organizations to provide a uniquely effective service approach for the development of infrastructure in North America.