HAMPTON, VA – The University of Virginia selected Greenland Enterprises to provide Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) services associated with a major upgrade to the main heating plant for the University’s flagship campus in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The centerpiece of the project involves installing a new field-erected 100MMBH hot-water boiler and associated ancillary systems. The overall project scope also includes upgrades to the mechanical and electrical infrastructure, new automation systems integrated with the boiler plant and campus energy management platform, along with extensive rigging and commissioning services. As the CMR, Greenland will work collaboratively with UVA and the architectural and engineering team to provide an integrated suite of services throughout the Document Review, Procurement and Construction Phases.
Greenland Enterprises was selected for this project based on a rigorous, competitive exercise that emphasized experience with boiler plant systems and campus utilities for academic and healthcare clients, along with a proven track-record building and leading a cohesive team of qualified sub-contractors.
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.