The ever increasing demand for energy on our planet has made
clear that we cannot meet the energy needs of the future by
conventional fuels alone. Evidence of climate change has made
our nation aware of the impacts of burning fossil fuels. The
market is now turning to nature as a means to fuel the development
of the future. Harnessing the power of the sun, the wind, and
the core of the earth have proven to be effective means to provide
clean energy from renewable resources and without harmful
JMT has been involved in the design, planning and construction
of various renewable energy systems. These innovative clean
energy sources are helping to sustainably meet our clients' energy
needs while meeting clean energy and efficiency standards.
JMT developed energy-efficient upgrades to the HVAC, Plumbing,
and Electrical systems at this plant supplying conditioning for the
Smithsonian and over 100 Federal operational facilities in downtown
JMT provided structural roof design of an existing warehouse
building to support photovoltaic solar panels in its conversion to
the City of Baltimore's passenger cruise terminal.
JMT performed a fesibility study in order to assess the
potential for installation of panels along sections of New Jersey
JMT is providing construction management and inspection services
on behalf of Baltimore City Public Schools for the new Waverly PK-8
School, a green school on track to be certified LEED®
JMT conducted an energy efficiency assessment of two buildings
at the college and subsequently provided design of a hybrid
geothermal and liquid propane heating system to provide optimal
JMT provided project management, civil, mechanical, electrical
and architectural design services, as part of a joint venture, to
replace an existing facility with a new, $53 million complex.
JMT provided facility planning, design, and construction
management / inspection services for a regional sewer authority to
help it meet new Nutrient Reduction Technology regulations.