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Start Date: November 2019
Completion Date: December 2020
The Diamond Spring Wind Farm was completed two months ahead of schedule with more than 300,000 labor hours, zero reworks and a satisfied client and all amid a global pandemic. Just outside of Oklahoma in Johnson and Potontoc Counties, Diamond Spring can be found in the definition of prime location. This project boasts 112 turbines and spans across 24,000 acres of pastureland. The Diamond Spring Wind Farm will deliver 303 MW of electricity, which is enough to supply energy to 114,000 homes.
This project was awarded the 2020 Eagle Award for Excellence in Construction, in Recognition of Outstanding Achievement & Quality Workmanship.
- Civil, foundation, collection, 34.5 kV substation and 16 miles of 345 kV ACSR transmission line engineering
- Access road construction
- Foundation excavation, crushing, backfill
- Tower wiring
- Wind turbine foundation concrete installation
- Wind turbine offload
- 3,200 SF pre‑engineered metal storage building with SCADA room for client O&M
- 2 meteorological towers
Location Mill Creek, OK
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