Builder wins gold for work on wind facility project

Posted on March 16, 2011. Filed under: Economic development, Wind |

From the award description on the Web site of the Associated Builders and Contractors:

The Butler Ridge Windfarm is located at the intersection of highways
33 and P in Dodge County and comprises 36 wind turbines. The
project required building 8.5 miles of access roads along the rolling
farm hills of Dodge County. During the first two weeks on the project,
more than 12 inches of rain fell, affecting ground conditions, erosion
control procedures, roadway construction, soil stability and workforce
mobility. Wondra Construction’s safety and training program allowed
it to bid on the project and the company’s commitment to safety
and training throughout the project exceeded expectations. Though
Wondra encountered many obstacles during the project, it met all
challenges head-on with decisive actions and timely solutions, keeping
safety as the first priority.


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