Small Bulldozer On Moving Sand And Gravels At Milo Borrego Solar Site

Milo Borrego Solar Site

Borrego Solar Systems, Inc.
Milo, Maine
Services Provided
Earthwork and Roads for New Solar Farm
Renewable Energy
Digging Fine Grading Soil At Milo Borrego Solar Site

Project Overview

Sargent provided earthwork for a new 27-megawatt solar farm along Route 11 in Milo, Maine. We constructed 2,200 linear feet of roads and performed excavation and backfill for 13,200 LF of electrical trenching. Additionally, we fabricated and installed precast concrete equipment pads, which had a design-build aspect, including several design changes that took place throughout the process.

This project had a very fast pace. Once the client selected us as the earthwork contractor, we began working immediately. Executing our portion of the work safely and quickly was paramount to staying on schedule and allowing for the solar panel erectors and electricians to do their jobs.

Digging Fine Grading Soil At Milo Borrego Solar Site
Project Site View Of Milo Borrego Solar Site
Large Excavator Moving Fine Soil At Milo Borrego Solar Site

Scope of Work

  • 2,200 LF of roads

  • 13,200 LF of excavation and backfill