Greenland Enterprises has completed a $2.8M Reverse Osmosis (RO) project at the world’s largest Navy Base – Naval Station Norfolk. This design-build effort replaced an existing demineralization system with a new RO system for boiler feed water. The new system was designed to minimize bulk storage of corrosive chemicals on site at the base.
The new design provides treated make-up water that meets clean steam parameters and matches the existing plant capacity of 300,000 pounds per hour of total steam production. The new RO feed water treatment system produces 600 gallons per minute net output of demineralized (permeate) water, and includes a new booster pump assembly, chemical analysis and dosing system, multimedia and cartridge filter assemblies and RO sections, with output to an existing storage tank.
We’re pleased to share the following press release about our latest contract award, in a joint venture with SAW Contracting.
HAMPTON, VA – Two Virginia-based industrial contractors recently created a joint venture team to compete for a boiler plant decentralization project at Joint Base Louis-McChord in Tacoma, WA. The combination of each company’s perspective and expertise ultimately created the best offering – resulting in a $15.5M award by the Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District. Continue reading →
It’s no secret that India is a rapidly growing technological powerhouse, and when Jaguar built a new regional headquarters in Manesar, sustainability and renewable energy were top considerations. The completed 12-acre campus uses solar energy, radiant cooling systems and re-utilizes all waste. Continue reading →
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. Continue reading →
2017 was a busy and productive year for Greenland Enterprises as we continued to provide our specialized construction expertise for projects throughout the US. Here are a few highlights:
Early in the year we were starting construction on a new boiler plant for a medical center in Erie, PA. In December we completed a major milestone of the $11.7M project – finishing the structural construction phase for the facility housing three natural gas boilers. Continue reading →
A Greenland Enterprises project was in the news this week as Erie News Now covered the “topping out” ceremony marking the end of the structural phase of the boiler plant project. Greenland was awarded the project in November 2016, which includes installing three natural gas boilers that are 85% more efficient than the old boilers.
Our latest Greenland Enterprises video provides a great overview of our approach, capabilities and the type of projects we perform. If you have questions about any of our past projects, expertise or just want to discuss a potential project, please get in touch.
Earlier this month, we learned how even the most customer- and public-image-focused businesses – Disney – can be negatively impacted by something as pedestrian as their HVAC systems. In this case, Disneyland came under scrutiny after Orange County, California health officials said nine people who visited the theme park contracted Legionnaire’s disease. The outbreak was traced to a pair of cooling towers at the park, and resulted in a system shut-down until the equipment could be tested, treated and re-tested – at least a two week process. Continue reading →
Greenland Enterprises has been selected for two (2) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) with the Veterans Administration to provide general contracting services for multiple VA Medical Centers throughout the state of Texas.
These multi-year contracts enable Greenland to deliver complex mechanical/electrical infrastructure projects for VA hospitals across VISN 17 – representing VA Heath Care Networks in North, Central, South, Coastal Bend, and West Texas. All projects will be performed in the unique and challenging environments inherent to healthcare, and delivery methods include both design-bid-build and design-build. Greenland was selected based on an in-depth evaluation of corporate capabilities, personnel experience, and customer testimonials.