EPC Contractors: Cogeneration / Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Solutions

Our process begins with a detailed analysis of existing facility requirements. Our experienced team then models a number of equipment and economic scenarios to pinpoint the best power solution that fits your requirement. If the initial evaluation shows a project is feasible, we can work with our client to further develop all aspects including utility interconnection and permitting while continuing to evaluate its technical and economic viability.

We work closely with our clients to develop preliminary engineering in order to accurately estimate capital cost and select primary equipment. Our detailed design engineering services include full plant design, facility integration and utility interconnection while being mindful of life cycle costs and long term value.

Our ability to source surplus and refurbished pre-owned equipment provides our clients lower capital cost options than typical equipment providers. We’ve built a vast network of equipment manufacturers, resellers and end-users which provides us access to equipment often unavailable to the general public.

With over 35 years of construction experience, our parent company, Bryan Construction, brings years of experience and a proven track record of quality to all our projects. Bryan Construction, manages industrial construction projects worldwide and currently boasts an aggregate bonding capacity over $150 MM.

Bryan Power will provide for the startup and commissioning of the plant and training of operators and maintenance personnel.

When a power plant has reached the end of its useful life for an owner we can help asses equipment value and create a plan for asset recovery or relocation. We add value to plant closures and decommissioning projects by managing every aspect of the project down to the last detail providing you one point of contact throughout the project.

Discuss your next EPC project with us!

Your trusted Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Company

We pride ourselves on successfully evaluating and identifying efficient, cost-effective, energy production strategies and implementing them into each design using new and/or refurbished pre-owned equipment.