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Greenland Selected for Boiler System Replacement at Soo Locks

By | Boiler Plant Construction, Boiler Plant Replacement
Greenland Enterprises has been selected to replace the boiler system in the steam plant building at the Soo Locks in Sault Sainte Marie, MI. The $6M design-bid-build project includes the demolition and removal of an existing boiler system and related mechanical equipment and the install of three natural-gas package boilers that will each provide 5M BTUs per hour. Read More

Greenland Teaming with SAW Contracting on Grand Island, NE Boiler Plant

By | Boiler Plant Construction, Boiler Plant Replacement

HAMPTON, VA – Greenland Enterprises is teaming with SAW Contracting to remove and replace two boilers at the VA Medical Center in Grand Island, NE. The $3.1 million design-bid-build project involves demolishing two older steam boilers, providing a temporary boiler during construction, and installing two new 400 horsepower fire-tube boilers. Read More

Milestone Reached in Heritage Highschool HVAC Project

By | Air Handling Units, Complex Mechanical Systems

Greenland Enterprises, Inc. recently passed a major milestone for the Heritage High School HVAC Replacement project. The Greenland team set the last of 32 rooftop units in place at the Newport News, Virginia school as part of an accelerated schedule to have the new HVAC system operational in time for the new school year.

This 10-week project requires an exceptional level of coordination between Greenland, various subcontractors, and vendors to meet the tight timeline, while also minimizing disruptions for students and faculty. Thanks to the efforts of the Greenland team, CST Mechanical, AWG, Chesapeake Controls, and Damuth Trane, the project is currently on schedule.

Navy Hospital Completes New Chiller Plant Project

By | Central Plant Design, Chiller Construction

Although Greenland was not involved in the new chiller plant project at the Naval Hospital in Bremerton, WA, an article in Defense Visual Information Distribution Service highlights the benefits of upgrading aging infrastructure. According to the article, the recently completed project reduces costs via new controls, and features a smaller chiller for lighter loads, which nets a 40 percent reduction in cooling demand. Read More

Cooling Tower Optimization Pays Big Dividends in Food Production

By | Cooling Tower Construction, Design-Build Construction

An article in What’s New in Food Technology & Manufacturing magazine addresses how changes in cooling tower equipment and controls are having a positive impact in the food production industry. We often think of cooling towers and central plants in terms of handling air conditioning needs for inhabited spaces. However, there is a significant cooling need in food production, where heating and pasteurizing foods creates large quantities of heat. This heat impacts the equipment, and the food, which needs to be cooled before packaging. Read More