Greenland Enterprises has been awarded a $6.8 M contract for the demolition of existing structures and installing four, two-megawatt, 12.2 Kv generators at the Veterans Administration Medical Center facility in Richmond, VA. Read More
A new generator system is now in place and operational at the Lebanon, PA Veterans Administration Medical Center. Greenland Enterprises recently wrapped up the $2.5M project, which involved demolishing and removing structures, installing natural gas powered generators and upgrades to the center’s electrical infrastructure.
The new generator serves the MRI/Radiology lab facilities and required careful planning and coordination to ensure the least possible impact to the medical center during construction. “Anytime you are dealing with mission-critical systems in a hospital there is a high level of focus on planning and project management,” said Greenland Enterprises President Elton Roller. “Our approach ensures we consider virtually every possible contingency, and have backup plans for our backup plans!”
The project is one of several Greenland efforts in Pennsylvania and the northeast US as Greenland’s national reputation grows.