Naval Air Weapons Station, Seal Beach, California
Cost: $2.4 Million
Duration: Six (6) Months
Installed Modules: 1,246
Project Type: Roof Mounted
Stronghold Engineering, Inc. was selected through a competitive bid process to provide the design, procurement and installation for this fast-track project. The design encompassed two (2) buildings at the Naval Base located in Seal Beach. This project is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009, which provided funding for renewable energy generation projects, while stimulating the economy. The installation of solar photovoltaic power systems (SPVPS) on the roof of each building required the demolition and replacement of each roof system. The SPVPS supplies power to the building and feeds energy back into the power grid. The photovoltaic modules installed generate more than 269,000 kW annually. In addition, Stronghold installed a commercial grade solar electric monitoring system to provide actual energy production information to ensure that the system consistently performs as expected.
What They Say…
“The contractor’s design exceed the RFP requirements in several aspects that significantly benefited the government…All materials and workmanship were of the highest quality…The contractor’s field management team including the superintendent and quality control manager were exceptionally professional, knowledgeable, courteous and conscientious, easily one of the best field teams the government has worked with.”