The NC State University Sustainability Blog recently highlighted a thermal energy project in use by the University’s Centennial Campus in Raleigh, NC. Greenland completed the district energy project, which includes a highly visible 25,000-ton-hour chilled water storage tank, earlier this year. 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.
Greenland recently reached a milestone in a Florida boiler plant project: assembling, rigging and erecting a packaged over/under deaerator and condensate storage tank system. The solution is unique in that it is a dual-level prefabricated package that was built and tested off-site in modules and can be assembled on-site. Read More
An article in the Winter 2020 International District Energy Association magazine touts the significant investments that North Carolina State University is making at its Raleigh, NC campuses. The university’s central utility plants provide steam, chilled water and electricity to nearly 15 million gross square feet of building space across three campus environments. Read More
HAMPTON, VA – Greenland Enterprises has been selected to upgrade rooftop mechanical systems and controls at Virginia State University in Petersburg, VA. The project includes removing existing equipment and older pneumatic controls, replacing the units and providing a new direct digital control system.
Greenland won the bid as the primary contractor and expects to complete the project in Spring 2020. This is the second project at a Commonwealth of Virginia university in the past year. The company is building a new boiler plant at the University of Virginia. Previous projects include system upgrades at The College of William and Mary.
HAMPTON, VA – Steve Seckler has been named president of Greenland Enterprises, succeeding co-founder and former president Elton Roller, Jr. who will now serve as Chairman of the company. Seckler previously served as Vice President of Operations, overseeing the national construction management firm’s design and construction projects throughout the US. Previous positions at Greenland included project manager and regional manager during his decade of employment with the company.
Roller will continue to have a leadership role as Chairman, and will also oversee Greenland’s sister company, CST Mechanical.
Hampton based Greenland Enterprises is a national construction management firm specializing in the design, construction and extensive coordination efforts necessary for new and retrofit district energy applications. The company has projects across the US, primarily serving the complex needs of government, medical, and university facilities.
You already know this top Southeast University for their Championship winning men’s basketball team, but here’s a video that doesn’t make the highlight reel unless you are construction and engineering geeks like us! This is a time-lapse video of our field-erected boiler project. Greenland was the Construction Manager at Risk for this Design-Assist project and it was successful in part thanks to key team members and trade partners: Joseph Turner, Donald ‘Drew’ Wood, Dereck Jensen, Waco, Inc., Avis Electric Company, Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering, Inc., R.E. Mason, Gibson Industrial, Inc and Victory Energy Operations, LLC.
Thanks to everyone on the team for helping us deliver this project!
The Joint Venture team of SAW Contracting and Greenland Enterprises recently hosted a topping out ceremony for the boiler replacement project at the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center in Gainesville, FL. The ceremony marked their significant project milestone of placing the last beam atop the structure during construction.
Construction will now proceed to the interior spaces as the team installs three fire tube boilers, new controls, and related systems. The boilers will provide steam for the medical center campus. Read More