The project is being delivered for First Wind, the developer.
The company has installed 14 wind turbines of GE each with a capacity of 1.5MW and is also providing engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of the civil and electrical infrastructure.
RMT Construction Operations vice president Kenny Knecht said this is not only a critical construction milestone, but also a great technical accomplishment for the team, who experienced difficult terrain and unpredictable weather conditions.
"This has been a complex project with challenges from every angle. I am proud of our ability to keep everyone onsite safe and to deliver a quality project to First Wind," Knecht added.
RMT is constructing roads, crane paths and pads, and turbine foundations for the civil infrastructure work.
It is including a 34.5/69kV substation, 34.5kV electrical collection system, and interconnection to the 69kV Maui Electric Company transmission line for the electrical infrastructure.
The company will also erect a tower, operate and maintain building remodel, SCADA system design storm water management.
First Wind's KWP II wind project is an expansion of the existing 30MW Kaheawa Wind and together the two wind projects will generate a total capacity of 51MW of clean and green energy.
RMT is also building First Wind's Palouse Wind project in Washington and Kawailoa Wind project in Hawaii.
RMT is an EPC contractor specialising in the design and construction of wind and solar electric energy generating facilities.