The greater Holland community took a big step into its energy future today with a groundbreaking ceremony that celebrated the commencement of major construction on the Holland Energy Park. “The important conversation about energy that has taken place in our community for most of a… Read More»
After years of planning and preparation, next month marks the official start of construction for the Holland Energy Park! Find our anticipated timeline for completion below. Get updates on progress or join in the conversation by following us on Facebook. Estimated Dates Tasks January 1,… Read More»
Photo property of the Holland Sentinel, Emily Brouwer/Sentinel Staff. Barton Malow, our EPC Contractor is assembling the construction crane for the Holland Energy Park this week. See the full story at the Holland Sentinel.
Our partners at Siemens AG are in the news for their collaboration on the Holland Energy Park. See the story here.
The Holland Energy Park will operate two Siemens SGT-800 turbines in combination with a combined cycle process to generate electricity. Learn about the turbines in this video from Siemens AG.
Video courtesy of Siemens AG. Copyright 2015, Siemens AG. All rights reserved.
Barton Malow, the EPC Contractor for the Holland Energy Park, will be hosting an Subcontractor / Supplier Outreach event at the City Flats Hotel next week Wednesday, February 11. The event will be an opportunity for the contractor to connect with local businesses and get a… Read More»
Holland, MI – January 28, 2015 — Holland Board of Public Works (BPW) Business Services Director Dan Nally has been named Newsmaker of the Year in the Sustainability category by the Grand Rapids Business Journal. In an awards ceremony at Meijer Gardens this morning, the… Read More»
January 21, 2015, Holland, MI— The Holland Board of Public Works (HBPW) and Holland City Council have approved an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract with Southfield, MI-based Barton Malow for the design and construction of the Holland Energy Park natural gas power plant. HBPW… Read More»
The 26-acre site of the Holland Energy Park was for decades a repository for tons (literally) of dumped scrap, tires, broken concrete, tree waste and other materials. Steps to remediate the site included the removal of dumped materials, preservation of plant and tree growth, wetlands… Read More»
MiBiz recently released a story about cleanup and restoration efforts at the Holland Energy Park. Read about it here.