Greenland Enterprises has been selected for a $23.7M design-build contract to rehabilitate the steam system at the Naval Support Facility in Indian Head, MD.
The project will include the full demolition and replacement of the Steam B Plant, along with ancillary equipment and support components that are currently in poor condition. Additional work involves improving site conditions for drainage and operational efficiency. The project will bring the Naval Support Facility to current standards for system operations, control, and efficiency, as well as better support the needs of NAVSEA. A key element is increasing the continuity and reliability of steam service by providing redundancy for the critical mission of Energetics Operations, as well as reducing hazards during the curing process for Energetics.
Greenland will operationally integrate the Steam B Plant with the existing Primary Nodal Plant via controls and piping, which will provide steam redundancy in the event the primary plant is taken completely out of service.