Quality and Experience Since 1985
Site Constructors, Inc. (SCI), a California-based company incorporated in 1985, is actively involved in the hydroelectric and wind power generation industries.
SCI maintains a fully equipped force capable of handling installation projects in a wide range of sizes, as well as maintenance and upgrade requirements. SCI's core staff of approximately 20 people is supplemented as required by any given project. These capable professionals bring to their positions a commitment to fine workmanship that has brought the company recognition as a quality organization with multi-service capabilities.
SCI's key personnel have more than 100 year's cumulative experience in mini-, small-, and large-scale projects for major hydro manufacturers, engineering, installation, and construction companies.
SCI services turbines, generators, pumps, motors, valves, gates, penstocks, manifolds, steel dams, and other large equipment.
Lalamilo Windfarm has gone into Full Production.
SCI has developed and permitted a 3.3 MW wind farm on the Big Island of Hawaii. Site Constructors is the EPC contractor for the project which is owned by Lalamilo Wind Company LLC. Construction of the wind project began in July 2015 and completed late 2016. The project utilizes 5 Vestas V-47 660kw wind turbines, a new switching station, and an ABB statcom, along with a new SCADA system for interfacing with the Department of Water Supply pumping stations and reservoirs.
Huntington Wind Project
SCI completed construction on a 50MW wind farm in Huntington, Oregon. The Project is located 40 miles Southeast of Baker City in Baker County, Oregon.
Coastal I was the first of the new generation batteries to be installed in Hawaii. Coastal I is a 1 MW lithium Titanate battery that is programmable for different uses but is now used for power smoothing as well as frequency control. The battery was installed 2012, and has been performing well ever since.
SCI was the installation contractor for the Coastal ll battery installation for Altair-Nano. The battery installation was in the Campbell Industrial Park for Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO). The 1.5 MW battery is used for grid stability in the HECO grid. Construction was completed the beginning of 2016.
SCI completed the 2.5 MW battery system on the island of Molokai, Hawaii for Altair-Nano. The battery is for the stabilization of the small island grid, a division of Maui Electric Company (MECO). SCI was the Engineer Procure Construct contractor (EPC) for this project. Construction was completed in 2016.
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Chico, California USA
Chico, California USA