Video – Terracon Survey work near Mount Arvon

October 27, 2018 Terracon is a company that checks the ground to see if it will support heavy cement and turbines, They are working around Mount Arvon, and throughout The Huron Mountains and Michigamme Highlands. Before the project is approved, or has any permits large machines are tearing up rain saturated ground and roads. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xn6KTG4W1r8&fbclid=IwAR0fjkdTXDaFDEiRhy9laMrX3zpAUz1KCb5RW0ouBezW8fDPFufhOzOBNxc

The Environmental Reality When It Comes To Building and Using Massive Turbine Structures

The Reality of Industrial Wind Power Oct 01, 2018| Jeff Ingber |Opinion - Townhall.com. Wind energy derives from solar radiation, and humans have safely and logically used it for thousands of years through mechanisms such as sails and wind wheels. However, in recent years, argument has raged about the wisdom of building and subsidizing wind farms … Continue reading The Environmental Reality When It Comes To Building and Using Massive Turbine Structures

Sales Pitch: 300 Jobs, The Truth: RES uses their own construction company.

RES (Renewable Energy Systems) OWN their own construction company and develop industrial wind for other energy companies. They do NOT hire locally and here is but one example from New York state. We have not found ONE example since they bought their own construction company where they didn't use their own company for the construction. Renewable … Continue reading Sales Pitch: 300 Jobs, The Truth: RES uses their own construction company.

Road construction for Kibby Mountain, Maine Turbines.

Road construction for Kibby Mountain, Maine Turbines. Scope of Work Forty-four wind turbines on the boundary of mountains of Maine with roads and foundations. Foundations for these towers require MD&B to install 616 rock anchors. Challenges Road construction for crane access requires recycling the terrain features to build a road that meets equipment parameters to … Continue reading Road construction for Kibby Mountain, Maine Turbines.

Blasting report for an Industrial Wind Farm in Maine 

This is a Blasting report for an Industrial Wind Farm in Maine "Blasting is expected to be required for most of the eighteen (18) turbine foundations, the proposed access roads in areas requiring significant cut, the powerline trenches and for above ground transmission line poles. The shallow nature of the soils in the project area suggests … Continue reading Blasting report for an Industrial Wind Farm in Maine