Moretrench Industrial can marshal its considerable experience and expertise to undertake the large-scale site development required to accommodate solar farm installations for Florida’s power providers. We maintain a comprehensive, in-house heavy equipment fleet and an experienced workforce capable of undertaking the diverse range of work involved.
New solar field sites can be hundreds of acres in size and many are in remote areas. Having an efficient and experienced dedicated team involved to execute the work gives peace of mind to our clients that the schedule will be met on time and safely. With a comprehensive understanding of subsurface conditions, which includes soil types, groundwater levels, and potential obstructions, we can develop the optimum approach for the safe execution of the project. Components of the work may include the following:
- Clearing and stripping
- Access roads and laydowns
- Drainage culverts
- Erosion control/silt fencing
- Solar panel pile installation
- Support work
Depending on project requirements, excavators and graders can be fitted with onboard 3-D computers hooked into the machine’s hydraulics for pinpoint grade control. Data upload and download between the office and the field are transmitted via satellite and cellular tower directly to the onboard computer screen. The use of these systems increases accuracy, efficiency, and quality control.