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How the Energy Park will Improve Snowmelt

How the Energy Park will Improve Snowmelt

Combining Heat & Power for Economic Growth The need for expansion One benefit of having the Holland Energy Park natural gas plant close to downtown is that it can support expansion of our snowmelt system. Currently, Holland’s snowmelt is at maximum capacity, supported by the oldest operating coal-fire unit at the James DeYoung power plant. Clear sidewalks, streets … Continued

Learn About the Holland Energy Park Cooling Towers

Learn About the Holland Energy Park Cooling Towers

Learn About the Holland Energy Park Cooling Towers Why do we need cooling towers? As construction advances on the Holland Energy Park (HEP), passersby will notice significant progress on the cooling towers structure nearest Chicago Drive. These towers are critical…

Energy Park builder Krystle Kosbar wins MASCI Apprenticeship Award

Energy Park builder Krystle Kosbar wins MASCI Apprenticeship Award

Energy Park builder Krystle Kosbar wins MASCI Apprenticeship Award Barton Malow employee Krystle Kosbar earned the 2015 MASCI Excellence in Apprenticeship Award for her commitment to developing her craft, leadership skills, community service and competitive spirit. The Michigan Apprenticeship Steering…

Visitor’s Center Charette Engages Community Thinkers

Visitor’s Center Charette Engages Community Thinkers

One engaging feature of the new Holland Energy Park will be a visitor center that uses both internal and external space to showcase the stories about our history, technology, community and environment that are intertwined in the Energy Park. We…

Senator Peters Visits Holland Energy Park

Senator Peters Visits Holland Energy Park

Showing Progress Senator Gary Peters visited the Holland Energy Park yesterday to learn the story behind it’s development and the environmental improvements to the area. Accompanying him on the tour were Mayor Robert Vande Vusse, HBPW board president Tim Hemingway, general manager…

Holland Energy Park featured in Environmental Leader report

Holland Energy Park featured in Environmental Leader report

Environmental Leader (a trade publication for environmental, energy and sustainability news) featured an article from HBPW Vice Chair Diane Haworth about the process leading up to development of the Holland Energy Park this month. The Insider Knowledge report features details, lessons-learned, tactics, insights and case studies from corporate environmental, sustainability and energy management decision-makers. Read the report here. … Continued

Barton Malow, Contractors sign Partnership Agreement with MiOSHA

Barton Malow, Contractors sign Partnership Agreement with MiOSHA

Barton Malow, partnering contractors and unions signed a partnership agreement with the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) on Wednesday marking a pledge toward an exceptionally safe work site at the Holland Energy Park. The agreement represents a proactive commitment toward demonstrating leadership, responsibility and accountability in worker safety across the whole project. It … Continued

Job Fair for Construction Jobs to be held September 9th

Job Fair for Construction Jobs to be held September 9th

*As posted by the Holland Sentinel The West Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council in partnership with Holland Board of Public Works and Barton Malow will hold a career fair from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 9 at the…

Energy Park named in Midwest Energy News

Energy Park named in Midwest Energy News

Midwest Energy News covered the Holland Energy Park this week with a nice write-up on our snowmelt system and the backstory behind developing the plant. Find the full story at Midwest Energy News.   *Photo property of Midwest Energy News.


New Power Plant Architectural Design