Project Overview

The scope of this project included the green-field construction of a new food waste-to-energy facility that utilized locally produced feedstocks to generate nearly 2 MW of renewable energy through anaerobic digestion technology.

Miron was awarded the general trades contract for this project and our scope of work included the following:

  • Overall scheduling and site management and implementation of the site safety program
  • All site work, including earthwork, UG utilities, asphalt paving, fencing, seeding and landscaping
  • Approximately 7,000 CY of cast-in-place concrete
  • Furnishing and installation of precast concrete and structural steel
  • All architectural project components
  • Plumbing and HVAC

Working together, the project team achieved the aerobic treatment milestone within 10 months from groundbreaking and anaerobic digestion in under 12 months.

Energy Market Leader

Jason Rieth / Vice President, Energy & Environmental, Energy
[email protected]


Richland Center Renewable Energy, LLC


October 2012

Architect / Engineer:

The Probst Group


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