Current federal legislation requires domestic biofuel production to triple in the next 12 years. The DOE projects that U.S. biomass energy production for fuels and power will outpace other renewable sources of energy over the next 20 years.
As domestic energy policy also promotes significant growth of electric power from biomass, utilities and developers are striving to meet this growing demand. Assisting biofuel clients in the development of ethanol and biodiesel production facilities, our comprehensive services include ALTA surveys, feasibility studies, entitlement work, transportation access and route analysis, rail design, noise and vibration analysis, environmental permitting, structural design, utility permitting and design, site civil design, and stormwater permitting and design. Our multi-disciplined expertise provides integrated delivery for biomass projects. This efficiency, combined with Kimley-Horn's client-focused culture, ensures your ribbon-cutting ceremony will be on time and your project delivered on budget.