A Greenland Enterprises project at NC State University has been named one of the year’s best projects by Engineering News-Record. The project was recognized from more than 95 submitted, garnering top honors in the Energy/Industrial category for the Southeast Region. The honorees are chosen by an independent panel of judges. Read More
Greenland Enterprises was recently selected for a $32M repair project at the US Army’s Watervliet Arsenal in Watervliet, New York. The arsenal started operations during the War of 1812 and is the oldest, continually active arsenal in the United States. Read More
Greenland Enterprises has been selected as the Prime Contractor to perform district energy retrofit work at the Energy Center at the Dallas VA Medical Center.
The $9.2M contract includes a new 1,500-ton chiller, removal of four existing field-erected cooling towers, and installing six new pre-packaged stainless-steel cooling towers, new pumps, and related structural improvements. Work includes all demolition, concrete, masonry, steel, MEP, earthwork, and exterior improvements for the Central Utility Plant upgrade.
Greenland Enterprises was recently recognized with a Michigan Award of Excellence by the Michigan Concrete Association. The award highlights the concrete work involved in Greenland’s boiler plant replacement project at the Soo Locks in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Greenland is replacing the boiler system in the locks’ steam plant building with three natural-gas package boilers, and performing other significant improvements. Read More
The Joint Venture between Greenland Enterprises, Inc. and SAW Contracting, Inc. was recently awarded a $14.9M project to replace the fuel facility at Columbus Air Force Base in Mississippi.
The project includes constructing a new fueling facility, which will include three 50,000-gallon double-walled above ground horizontal storage tanks, tank-mounted pumps, a filter separator shelter, truck fill stands, recovery tank and additional related infrastructure. In addition to the work at the fueling facility, the project includes replacing transfer pumps at a bulk fuel facility, along with other mechanical and electrical modifications to support the new systems.
The completed project will provide 150,000 gallons of on-site fuel storage capacity.
Two new high-efficiency packaged boilers were recently set at a Nebraska-based healthcare facility. Greenland is retrofitting the existing district heating plant with new boilers, controls and piping infrastructure.
Our crews removed the windows on the historical boiler plant building to facilitate rigging and setting the new boilers in place. In lieu of replacing the windows, Greenland offered the facility a “betterment” to install a new coiling door. The new door will allow for easier maintenance and access into the building in the future.
The project is a joint venture between Greenland Enterprises, Inc. and SAW Contracting, Inc. The team anticipates firing the new boilers and completing the commissioning and turnover process in the fourth quarter of 2020.
If you are considering a district energy project, no matter what size or complexity, be sure to get the Greenland experience and expertise on your side. Contact us today to start the conversation.
Greenland Enterprises has been selected as the General Contractor to expand the University of Virginia North Grounds district energy plant. This will be the second district energy project Greenland is providing for UVA. In 2019 Greenland completed an upgrade to the main campus heating plant.
The North Grounds project includes installing a 1,300-ton centrifugal chiller with free-cooling capabilities, two 6,000 MBH condensing boilers, three 236-ton heat recovery chillers and one 1,280-ton cooling tower. Also included are piping and controls upgrades for the various systems. The project’s expansion scope will address electrical, plumbing and structural needs to allow for installing the new equipment, along with demolishing and removing the existing heat recovery equipment and piping.
Greenland Enterprises has been awarded a $19.6MM contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Louisville District for the replacement of the existing Area A Line C High-Temperature Hot Water (HTHW)/Steam heating system with gas-fired heating systems. The systems serve the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command (HQ AFMC), Tenant, Visiting Officer Quarters (VOQ), and the 88th Air Base Wing (88 ABW) F/10840 facilities at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Read More
Note, although our office locations and current projects across the country are all impacted by federal, state and local responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greenland team is operational and working effectively to maintain construction schedules as long as it is safe to do so. We are in constant communication with project owners, vendors, subcontractors and stakeholders and are regularly updating our contingency plans for each project.
Although no one can plan for every scenario, our construction management experience has allowed us to quickly address new challenges and mitigate risks. If you have any questions about Greenland operations, please contact us.