Here’s a video giving you a quick tour of the site where you can see completed switchgear and transformer pads, as well as the trenching for the pads in progress.
Here’s a timelapse showing how quickly a team can build an MDC on-site. They bolt together in hours.
The parts arrived on a flatbed, and then its time for assembly.
Our factory in Kentucky started pre-fabricating our buildings, saving an incredible amount of time on site while increasing the precision and quality of the buildings.
Once the trenching and conduit was installed, it was time for concrete.
In early July, we started with trenching the site. This included trenching for all of the electrical and IT distribution.
As we progressed on the design, we generated more renderings.
Once we had the green light on permits and design, we began the initial sitework. This included clearing the site, adding a few roads and having surveyors come out and install stakes as defined in the layout.
In April we had finalized the overall dimensions of the MDCs, and finished the thermal simulations of the site. This allowed us to optimize the site layout and seek permits. We also generated our first site render.