Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS), Miramar, California
Cost: $1.9 Million
Duration: Nine (9) Months
Installed Modules: 812
Project Type: Carport
Stronghold Engineering, Inc. designed and constructed this carport photovoltaic system for the Navy. After a significant partnering effort with the MCAS team, a tiered trellis carport photovoltaic design was determined to be the desired project outcome. This project was the first of many PV projects to be installed at the base and the design and installation, once completed, set the standard for all future projects. The selected equipment components consisted of top of the line, tier one manufacturers that provided long term warranty benefits to the client. The Stronghold Project Team worked hand in hand with the client to ensure every detail of the project was delivered to their complete satisfaction.
What They Say…
“Stronghold did an outstanding job in all areas of this project…Stronghold lead a large number of stakeholders through the A&E phase to develop “The Gold Standard” of what MCAS Miramar expects for Solar Carports…Stronghold is an excellent partner, and one that we at MCAS Miramar would be most pleased to work with again.”