Renavotio’s engineering and smart utility management services, performed by our subsidiaries UMCCO and Cross-Bo Construction, provide a one-stop solution for rural communities to reduce the consumption of electricity, natural gas, and water utilities for commercial, industrial and municipal end-users.
Utility Management and Construction (UMCCO): founded in 1962, UMCCo is a leader in small community utility management and has operations that provided water-systems management for 1200 customers. Utility Management & Construction Company (UMCCo) specializes in the management and operations of small utility systems (Rural Waters Systems or Public Trusts or Authority), including record keeping, reporting, budgeting, customer correspondence, billing, and engineering.
UMCCo has expertise in water system management including DEQ requirements and regulations, water treatment, utility engineering, utility accounting, and gas distribution including OCC and DOT requirements and regulations.
UMCCo is a full-service utility contractor providing engineering, construction, and construction supervision.
UMCCo provides turn-key management solutions for small water and wastewater systems.
UMCCo uses the latest technology and telemetry to monitor each system we manage.
Cross-Bo Construction is a full-service utility and excavation company specializing in water, sewer, and telcom design and installation.
Cross-Bo competes in the municipal utility bidding market for the installation of water, wastewater, stormwater, and gas system construction and installation.
Cross-Bo has expertise in the installation of HDPE, PVC, and Ductile Piping Systems.
Cross-Bo works as a Preferential Contractor for many municipal systems providing maintenance support.
Our licensed Technology Solutions business will provide GIS solutions, infrastructure management, and “smart city” infrastructure technology to construction, environmental consulting, utility, and government clients in the United States and South America.
This technology offers two principal products:
One enables local and distributed teams to do field data collection using mobile devices (iOS and Android) and manage all geospatial data using a web interface.
Two is a collection of components and application program interfaces (APIs) that make it easy to create a full, custom mapping solution very quickly. These components enable extensive and intensive data analysis, routing, and dissemination of geospatial information.
Renavotio’s infrastructure business was started in the late 1960s by individuals who noticed a decline in the public water sources due to point source and non-point source pollution. Today this business has a significant collection of operations in the Midwest, including Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), Telecommunications, and Smart Utility and Engineering services.
Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) is used to map and maintain underground utility infrastructure.
Telecommunications engineering services and 5G installation for telecom.
Smart Utility and Engineering used to manage both commercial and Government facilities with proprietary utility management technology.
Renavotio is focusing on made in the USA products with partnerships being negotiated with multiple providers in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) of masks, gowns, and face shields. These are the primary tools used by frontline medical provers and is the main source of protection for emergency and recovery workers.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is in demand currently and is in limited supply. Depending on the type of emergency which may include disease protection, flooding, hurricanes, fire, electricity, structural collapse, falls, terrorism, earthquakes, tornadoes, extreme temperatures, among others. It is necessary to protect emergency response, medical and recovery workers from physical, chemical, and biological hazards.
Protecting against routes of exposure include inhalation, dermal contact, ingestion, or contact through mucous membranes. Therefore, the main protective equipment includes respirators, eye protection, hearing protection, and protective clothing. Depending on the hazard, the recommendations on the use of PPE change. Some examples of PPE may include gowns, masks, face shields, gloves, overalls, boots, and googles.