Bridgelink focuses on building its business and development capabilities in project and corporate financing.
Bridgelink aggressively expands operations providing civil engineering and construction services, securing multiple projects in the energy industry, and reaching over 200 employees.
Bridgelink pivots its focus in the renewable energy space by leveraging its construction and civil engineering capabilities.
Bridgelink begins seeking Master Services Agreement (MSA) opportunities and strategic investments to further grow its national presence.
Bridgelink adopts environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and incorporates processes into company culture.
Bridgelink establishes Bridgelink Commodities, providing a full range of trading, asset management, and hedging capabilities with additional functionality in ERCOT, CAISO, PJM, and MISO.
Bridgelink begins construction of 6 major renewable projects throughout the U.S., generating over 2GW of green energy.
Bridgelink expands its access to capital by focusing on developing projects and structuring capital raises with institutional investors and commercial banking.
Bridgelink establishes Fort Worth corporate headquarters bringing all companies to one location, while propeling the company forward into the renewable energy space with 3.5GW of power generation through its projects.
Bridgelink acquires Intermountain Electric, a 45 + year electrical engineering company in the transmission & distribution space.