Signal Energy To Attend WINDPOWER Conference in Atlanta

HQ in the Southeast, leading full service energy contractor in the Americas available for interviews about wind energy industry

ATLANTA – Representatives from Signal Energy Constructors, a major turn-key EPC/BOP renewable energy contractor – with one of the most innovative engineering and project teams in the world, will be available for expert interviews at the WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta, June 3-6.


Signal Energy's director of preconstruction will participate in a panel discussion, "On Land and In the Water - What Does the Future Hold for Construction, Transportation & Logistics," Tuesday, June 5, in Room B312 from 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

Signal Energy Constructors, headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn., has more than 6,200 MW of utility scale project experience. Experience includes: BOP contractor for the largest utility scale wind farm in the Oklahoma panhandle, multiple wind projects in excess of 100 MW each in the southwest and plain states and Canada.

WHO: Ben Fischer, President, Signal Energy
Julian Bell, Director of PreConstruction, Signal Energy

WHAT: American Wind Energy Association's WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition

WHEN: June 3-6
Signal Energy panelist: Tuesday, June 5, 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

WHERE: Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young International Blvd., NW
Atlanta, Ga.
BOOTH: 1421
Panel discussion: Room B312

For more information:
Cortney Piper, cortney@piper-communications.com, 865.789.2669
Tyler Lewelling, tyler@piper-communications.com, 865.329.0553

About Signal Energy: Signal Energy is a leading full service design/build contractor providing Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services for utility-scale renewable energy projects across North America. Signal Energy Constructors is the renewable energy arm of two of the nation's strongest construction companies, Barnhart and EMJ Corporation.

Signal Energy provides engineering and construction for utility-scale renewable energy projects ranging from 5 MW to over 140 MW for world-class energy developers, including Enel Green Power, BP Alternative Energy, Chevron Global Power, Amonix, Valero Energy, DeWind Co., SunEdison, Noble Environmental Power, WKN USA, LLC, Vestas, Exelon and John Deere Wind Energy.

For more information visit: www.signalenergy.com.

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