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US Fish & Wildlife Service Electrical Improvements Edwin B. Forsythe & Supawna Meadows National Wildlife Refuges

 

Oceanville and Cape May, New Jersey

Solar photovoltaic and back-up generator design for multiple facilities at wildlife refuges following Hurricane Sandy. At Cape May, prepared solar photovoltaic design for the headquarters building and a former US Coast Guard maintenance facility being converted into residences. Designed standby generators for the headquarters, visitor station, and two maintenance shops. At EB Forsythe, designed a photovoltaic system for the headquarters building. Also designed standby, back-up generator systems to augment existing generators at the headquarters, visitor center, and two dormitory residences. Reviewed back-up generator capacity at Supawna Meadows Refuge. Services included preparation of bidding documents and construction administration.

  • Wildlife Refuges, USFWS
  • Wildlife Refuges, USFWS Wildlife Refuges, USFWS
  • Wildlife Refuges, USFWS Wildlife Refuges, USFWS
  • Wildlife Refuges, USFWS Wildlife Refuges, USFWS
  • Wildlife Refuges, USFWS Wildlife Refuges, USFWS
  • Wildlife Refuges, USFWS Wildlife Refuges, USFWS

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