Greenland Enterprises continues to build its national reach with a recent $4.9M contract award. Greenland was selected to build a new boiler plant for a medical Rehabilitation Center and Clinic in White City, OR. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
Greenland Enterprises has been awarded a $1.1 million design-build contract to replace an air handling unit at the VA Medical Center in Newington, CT. The firm was selected in large part due to its unique HVAC expertise in healthcare environments.
Because of the sensitive location and need to minimize downtime, Greenland will use a factory-built modular air handling unit that will be assembled on site. This approach reduces on-site construction time compared to traditional approaches, which is important due to the unique needs of the healthcare facility.
Greenland Enterprises and SAW Contracting are teaming together on an $8.9 million boiler plant renovation project at the VA Medical Center in Bay Pines, FL. The project involves renovating the existing boiler plant, removing four high-pressure boilers, and installing three new boilers. Continue reading
A Greenland Enterprises project was recently featured in a Power Engineering article on the investment the Veterans Administration is making for boiler systems across the country. The article highlights our Erie Medical Center boiler plant replacement in Erie, PA. Continue reading
Greenland Enterprises has been awarded a $2.2 million design-build contract to replace two air handling units at the VA Medical Center in West Haven, CT. The firm was selected in large part due to its unique HVAC expertise in healthcare environments. Continue reading
The combination of labor shortages and cost increases for raw goods is having an impact on the construction industry, particularly commercial and industrial projects. Labor shortages inevitably result in higher wages and increases in administrative costs for contractors and subcontractors. Combine that with price increases for materials, equipment, and long lead times, and you have a recipe for project overruns or even contractors who cannot complete a bid award. Continue reading
HAMPTON – The team of Greenland Enterprises and SAW Contracting has been selected for a $1.5M project to upgrade boiler plant controls for the Kansas City Veterans Administration Medical Center. The project includes upgrading combustion controls on four dual fuel boilers, upgrading water level controls and alarms, and various repairs and testing. Continue reading
HAMPTON – Greenland Enterprises has been selected as the contractor for a $5.5M project to replace the entire HVAC system at Heritage High School in Newport News, VA. The project includes replacing 32 roof-top air handling units and 154 variable air volume boxes, along with the existing boiler plant and building automation system. Continue reading
The University of Minnesota is a great example of a campus converting to newer technology and realizing big savings from converting to a new main energy plant. An article on the Big Ten Network website highlights the upgraded system and the people who make it work. Continue reading