A nice video on the project status of the Te Mihi geothermal power project in New Zealand, the EPC consortium around SNC Lavalin, McConnell Dowell and Parsons Brinckerhoff, shows progress made in the construction of the plant.
Assuming that the project has moved on significantly from December 2011, I thought the video created by that time by the EPC consortium building the plant would be interesting.
This video update was presented by Gene Larson of SNC Lavalin at the GEA International Geothermal Showcase in Washington in May 2012, but created in December 2011. The Te Mihi Geothermal Power Station is a
The EPC consortium consists of the companies McConnell Dowell (MacDow), SNC Lavalin and Parsons Brinckerhoff.
The video below was posted on YouTube by the Geothermal Resources Council.