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"The project was handled in a manner that always made you aware of your value as the customer. Jim (Lipten project manager) responded to all inquiries in a prompt and extremely professional manner. You could always sense that he was concerned about doing everything within his power to keep the project moving and the customer happy. John (Lipten site supervisor) did an outstanding job of coordinating the work in the field. He made the necessary contacts to get clarification for any questions that arose in a timely manner and was always in contact with the key players needed to keep the project moving. I’m pleased to be closing out my career with the State of Pennsylvania having had the opportunity to see a project of this magnitude completed without the ever familiar delays that typically occur within the layers of the State Government decision making process."
Michael McGrath, Allentown State Hospital
Energy Efficiency … Less is More
The opportunities for energy efficiency are limitless and the technology is ever changing. Every energy-efficient power plant needs a good plan, an energy strategy. That's why you need a partner with vast power generation experience and command of emerging technologies to help you take advantage of available resources.
Lipten's 40-year record of success encompasses over 500 EPC projects for an array of institutional, municipal and industrial energy centers across the U.S. and Canada. Helping our clients implement the latest breakthrough technologies has always been an integral part of our comprehensive service.
We provide turnkey EPC solutions for fully integrated power plant systems designed and constructed to maximize performance and process efficiencies. We also provide innovative solutions for plant upgrades and retrofits to help clients improve the efficiency and reliability of existing assets. Improvements in energy recapture, advanced insulation materials, circulation upgrades, and advanced control systems can all contribute to substantial energy savings.
Still wondering how less is more? Read on...