Engineering, procurement, and construction of the original SEGS arrays including Units II-VII. Each Unit consisted of an approximately 150-acre solar field with approximately 1.8 – 2.5 million square feet of parabolic mirror collectors; a 310,000 lbs/hr., 1,565 psig at 954 degrees F boiler with superheaters; a 33.8 MW turbine generator and appurtenances; water treatment facilities; and substation facilities for distribution into the Southern California Edison Grid. The project was performed, in all stages, on-time and to high praise from the Owner.
Challenged by fast-track schedules, the team set up an onsite “factory” in the Mojave Desert where hundreds of workers mass- produced the generation system components. Total value of the contract was $500M+.