Haugland Group, and affiliates Haugland Energy and Grace Industries, are committed to supporting offshore wind and establishing New York as a leader in the industry. Haugland companies provide a full suite of infrastructure services, ranging from land and marine cable installation and substation construction to trucking and inland marine logistics. Haugland recently acquired a large facility on the Hudson River at Tomkins Cove, which is strategically located to support fabrication, marshaling and other logistics support for New York offshore wind projects. With New York construction roots dating back to the 1990s, Haugland is signatory to many electrical, industrial trades, and maritime unions, and has deep expertise in managing complex union labor issues. Haugland also has expertise in sourcing New York-content materials, and managing related supply chains logistics. We have longstanding relationships with a wide range of diversity partners, as well as local government and communities.
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Offshore Substation: Turnkey EPC
Cable HV & LV Terminations Transformers, Switch Gear, SCADA, Power Cables Fiber Optic Terminations and Testing Tower Teams Inner-Array Termination Splicing/Jointing
Inner-Array HV Terminations at Each Tower
Tomkins Cove (HG Property)
Project Staging Intermediate Supply Chain Storage Fabrication and Rail Transportation
Marshaling Services Platform Fabrication Facilities Monopole Storage & Transshipment
Barge Fleet for Project Equipment and Material Transport
Transshipment to Placement Vessel
Monopole Scouring Protection
Substation: Turnkey EPC
Above- and Below-Grade
Substation Duct Banks Foundations Transmission Duct Banks Transition Joint Bay (Manhole) Installation
Capabilities up to 80,000 lbs. Self-Loading Reel Trailers
Trench, Excavation, Backfilling Drilling & Conduit Installation for Shore Approach Landings
Offshore Wind Project Highlights
Block Island Wind Farm
The Block Island Wind Farm was developed to generate 30 MW of power by five 6-megawatt wind turbines in Block Island, RI. Haugland Energy worked with 35 kV power cable and 48 count fiber cable, performing 432 fiber terminations, 144 fiber joints, 27 power terminations and nine power cable joints on both the mainland and on the turbine platforms. Power cable testing, VLF withstand, insulation resistance, TDR trace and fiber optic testing was also completed by Haugland Energy.
Haugland Energy pulled cable from Conley Terminal to Deer Island utilizing a custom-designed 80,000 lbs. pulling winch. The two cable pulls: 1,828 ft. on the Deer Island and 1,180 ft. in Massport, were estimated at 60,000 lbs. of pulling tension, with an actual tension of approximately 45,000 lbs.