Holland Energy Park Combined Cycle Power Plant


Barton Malow | City of Holland
Project Name:
Holland Energy Park Combined Cycle Power Plant
Project Service:
Design Build, Self-Perform Trade Labor
Project Location:
Holland, MI
August 2015 – June 2016
Progressive A/E

In August 2015, Ideal Contracting began work on the Holland Energy Park project. The scope of work included the erection of 1,500 tons of structural and miscellaneous steel along with 45 pieces of concrete precast for the 150,000-square-foot building. The building utilizes two combustion turbine generators (CTGs), each exhausting to a heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) that produced steam for a single steam turbine generator (STG). The facility aimed to generate 125 Mega Watts. This park received the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s (ISI) Envision® Platinum award recognizing the sustainability of public infrastructure. They are the first-in-the-country base load power generating plant to receive an Envision rating and Ideal is happy to be a contributor to their success (ASCE News). This project was completed on time with no incidents, and met the owners standards.

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