Wind farm construction is a very specialized process, but it requires common products and services, many of which can be found locally. The typical construction duration for a wind farm is approximately nine months from the start of construction to the commercial operation date. The work consists of upgrading and building new stone roads, forming and pouring large concrete foundations, installing underground electrical systems and overhead high voltage transmission lines, constructing a project specific substation, erecting the wind turbine tower and generator, and completing the mechanical and electrical connections. In addition, there are other general or community needs.
To learn more about the types of services that are needed to support wind farm construction, visit our Building a Wind Farm page.
Below are some of the local vendors who have signed up as part of the Timbermill Wind Local Vendor Program to be considered for the types of services that will be needed to construct the Timbermill Wind project. To learn more about our Local Vendor Program or to sign up, please visit our Local Vendor Signup page here.