The wind project is a 67MW plant in Logan County, Colorado, US.

Under the terms of the contract, RMT will deliver engineering, procurement and construction of the civil and electrical infrastructure to support the deployment of 42 units of GE 1.6MW wind turbine at the site.

The company said the construction of the Colorado Highlands Wind project began in late April 2012.

The project is slated to be operational by the end of 2012 and is expected to generate enough clean energy to power around19,000 homes.

RMT Business Development director Mark Osten said, "This development will provide an important addition of renewable energy to the area’s resources. We are proud that Alliance Power selected RMT to serve as the project’s general contractor and look forward to its successful completion."

The company also will engineer, procure, and construct the civil and electrical infrastructure to support the wind turbines at the site.

It will construct roads, crane paths and pads, and turbine foundations for civil infrastructure and a 34.5/115-kV power substation; a 6.2-mile, 115-kV project transmission line.

It will also construct an interconnection switchyard to the Western Area Power Administration’s system for electrical infrastructure.