HAMPTON, VA – Greenland Enterprises has been selected to install the infrastructure and equipment for a new generator system to serve the MRI/Radiology lab facility at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Lebanon, PA. Greenland was selected for the $2.5M project through the VA’s qualifications-based competitive selection process, where emphasis is placed on a firm’s relevant expertise and record of similar successful projects.
The project includes demolition and removal of existing structures, installing natural gas powered generators to provide electricity for the medical center, as well as upgrades to the campus’ electrical infrastructure. One key element of the project is the careful coordination of electrical and traffic shutdowns to ensure the minimum possible impact to the center during construction.
This project represents the second VA project Greenland has been awarded in Pennsylvania in just the past six months. Last fall the VA selected Greenland to construct a new boiler plant for the medical center in Erie, PA. In both cases, Greenland was selected based on their extensive experience with heavy mechanical/electrical infrastructure projects.
Greenland Enterprises specializes in the design, development, renovation and construction of central utility plants, combined heat and power plants, and modular chilled water systems. The firm’s unique approach places equal emphasis on design and construction to maximize efficiency, life-cycle costs and owner investment. The company is headquartered in Hampton, Virginia with regional offices in Raleigh, North Carolina and Boston, Massachusetts.