Keuka Energy Wind Towers
Ainsworth & Fairfield, IA United States | 2012
Wind power is becoming an increasingly popular method for alternative energy. The Barton Wind Farm in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, utilized hot-dip galvanized steel for the structure rafters, roof beams, and tower rafter parts of the giant wind turbines throughout the farm. Hot-dip galvanized steel is a fully sustainable building material because zinc is a naturally occurring element and is 100% recyclable, an added bonus to an already environmentally conscious practice. These giant wind turbines will stand tall as a testament to the variety of sustainable options for future alternative energy sources.
Electrical, Utility & Communication
Shenandoah, IA United States
Prior HDG Experience
Structure rafter, roof beams and tower rafter (front, rear, right and left). These parts go in the housing at the top of the pole.
Moreno's Welding Service
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