Boyd Jones’ expertise and industry relationships as an EPC partner ensure that our clients meet the challenges of the rapidly changing, competitive power market. We have the experience to deliver comprehensive low-carbon solutions across the U.S., supporting all phases of a project—from feasibility studies through design, permitting, construction, start-up operations, and maintenance. Our depth of renewable energy expertise has been proven on projects ranging from single-turbine and -rooftop installations to utility-scale generation.
We leverage this experience in tandem with strategic partnerships with designers, engineers, and suppliers to ensure your project is designed to your specific needs and standards. Our work practices enable us to meet project goals productively and competitively with an exemplary safety record that sets us apart. When you work with Boyd Jones, you’re working with an EPC partner who can provide innovative methods and controls, as well as the experienced personnel to do the job right, on time, and on budget.
With nearly 100 years of history behind us, Boyd Jones also has the secure financial base and substantial bonding capacity to provide the contract methodology that best suits your project and financial capabilities. Combine all of this with our spirit of innovation, and you’ve got a trusted partner fully capable of navigating today’s power market.
“The Boyd Jones team knows what they’re doing. They do what they say they’ll do, when they say they’ll do it, and they’re as professional as it gets.”
Installation of 1,500 ballasted PV panels on the rooftops of three UNMC buildings accounting for 513 kW of capacity
Boyd Jones served as EPC for construction of 8 turbines comprising nearly 14 megawatts of generating capacity for a two-phase wind farm in northeast Nebraska
A 39.5 kW rooftop solar PV system is the renewable hallmark of the 90-year-old Rail & Commerce Building, which also boasts energy efficiency measures including rooftop solar PV, hydro heat recovery, light harvesting features, and efficient hydronic mechanical systems
EPC construction of a ground-mounted, 85-kW solar PV array in addition to a wind energy collection array
82.5 kW worth of rooftop solar PV systems atop three of Baxter’s new dealership buildings in Omaha and Lincoln, Neb.