Representative Renewable Energy Projects
Camelot Wind Turbine
Work performed included wind resource evaluation, turbine selection and siting, energy and financial modeling, wetlands/Natural Heritage impacts review and FAA/MAC filings and approvals. Atlantic also completed project permitting documents and impact assessments. Atlantic completed construction drawings for the building permit issued by the Town of Plymouth for the turbine installation and provided Controlled Construction Affidavit (CCA) Services during site construction and turbine erection.
Vega Baja Array
Atlantic prepared preliminary site plans for the 10 MW solar farm using background information, existing survey plans as well as available information from local and state GIS for the ±40,000 solar panel array. Calculations of estimated energy generation was completed using industry standard photovoltaic software.
Greenwood Meadows Solar Project
Atlantic performed survey and engineering services for the design and permitting of a 4.0 MW solar panel array located on a 63 acre parcel of land in Sandwich, MA. After the Town of Sandwich passed a bylaw allowing, by special permit, large scale ground mounted solar photovoltaic installations, the developers of the Greenwood Meadows residential community proceeded with the 16 acre solar field project in conjunction with S+C Electric of Chicago.
As a key member of the project's permitting team, Atlantic assisted in obtaining approvals from the Cape Cod Commission, Sandwich Planning Board, FAA, MA Dept. of Fish and Game as well as the Mass. Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. Atlantic's design services consisted of preparation of site plans, stormwater and erosion control design, site grading and balance of earthwork activities and delivery/maintenance access road design. During construction, Atlantic provided construction inspection services as well as detailed survey stakeout, ranging from pile locations to grading cuts and fills.
Narragansett Bay Commission Wind Turbines
The Narragansett Bay Commission (NBC) owns and operates the wastewater treatment facility (WWTF). Atlantic Design Engineers provided survey, civil engineering, permitting and construction inspection services for the three wind turbine project on the Fields Point Wastewater Treatment Facility property located in Providence, Rhode Island. The project is arguably one of the most space constrained multi-MW projects on the country and the largest to date in Rhode Island. NBC set, and successfully completed, a goal to offset their energy dependency using renewable energy.