The Cedar Point Wind Project consists of 139 turbines, two onsite substations, one operations and maintenance building, and more than 40 miles of overhead transmission lines. The wind farm will produce 252 MW of wind energy throughout Lincoln, Elbert, and Arapahoe counties. The Cedar Point Wind Project will generate enough clean renewable energy to power approximately 68,000 Colorado homes.
Terracon was selected to perform geotechnical and construction materials engineering and testing services during the turbine foundation construction and access road construction.
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The Denver office is the largest Terracon office in the Rocky Mountain Region. They have been serving public and private clients throughout the Front Range since 1990 on a wide array of project types including higher education, renewable energy, highways, bridges, and buildings. They maintain a fully equipped testing laboratory accredited by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AASHTO Materials Reference Laboratory (AMRL), and the Concrete and Cement Reference Laboratory (CCRL). Our service-oriented engineers, scientists, and technicians apply classical and contemporary techniques to serve our…