Gas, New Projects, Reciprocating Engines

Burns & McDonnell awarded EPC contract for 56 MW Stillwater Utilities Authority power plant

Burns & McDonnell has been awarded a contract, from Stillwater Utilities Authority, to provide engineering, procurement support, and construction management services for the proposed 56 MW simple-cycle, reciprocating engine power project in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

These services include EPCM services for the power plant, and the new 69 kV breaker-and-a-half substation. Burns & McDonnell will also provide permitting consulting services and natural gas interconnection consulting services.

A full notice to proceed was issued in June 2014. Completion is projected to be in 2016. The reciprocating engine power plant will incorporate natural gas-fired, medium-speed reciprocating engine generators, which require negligible water usage using a closed-cooling water system for the engines.

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