US Army Corp of Engineers - Fort Riley Brigade Headquarters
The US Army Corps of Engineers Brigade Headquarters construction project at the Ft. Riley Army Base in Kansas was designed to achieve LEED Gold certification and net-zero energy performance. This green-field project included 550 kW of solar-PV plus 30 kW of wind turbines and various energy efficiency measures. Our role was engineer-of-record and general contractor for...
City of Columbia, Missouri
The City awarded this project to Azimuth to provide full-service project management, engineering services, equipment procurement, commissioning, and training for this municipality’s 268 kW ground-mounted solar-PV project. We worked closely with the City to plan and schedule the project, as well as develop the engineering in concert with co-marketing efforts with...
Weldon Springs Army Reserve Center
The Weldon Springs Army Reserve Center (ARC) is at the small and complicated end of our project spectrum. While this project was only 12 kW of power capacity, it was intended to demonstrate advanced technology and serve as a focal point for the pedestrian entrance to the military complex. The solar-PV project was part of the new construction of the complex...
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Market Overview: Azimuth Energy has been working with the government since 2010 to develop, implement, and sustain a wide range of clean energy projects that advance the unique objectives of local and national agencies. Our goal is to expand our endeavors by working with federal initiatives that assist developmental needs in emerging economies.
By successfully providing proven technical expertise, implementation strategy, and construction management of clean energy infrastructures to the government market for over 6 years, Azimuth Energy has not only proven itself to be a lasting business partnership, but will also support the government's desire to create lasting business partnerships between U.S. small businesses and developing economies throughout the world in our future government work.