Project Overview

Miron completed substructure and superstructure work on this project. Specifically, Miron was responsible for concrete substructures for cooling towers, tank farm, and boiler feed pumps. During construction, Miron completed six concrete pours of over 1,000 yards each, and six additional concrete pours of over 300 yards each.

The Emery Generating Station is a 565-megawatt combined-cycle natural-gas-fired plant. The plant is a flexible intermediate load facility designed to provide power to customers during higher demand periods of the work week and at times of peak demand when customer demand is the greatest or when the regional or national power grid is susceptible to outages.

Energy Market Leader

Dan Goymerac, P.E. / Vice President, Industrial Business Development, Energy
920.969.7004
dan.goymerac@miron-construction.com

Owner:

Alliant Energy

Completion:

September 2004

Architect / Engineer:

Burns & McDonnell

In their words…

“Miron has proven to be a team player and has responded positively to requests for schedule and sequencing changes required by the Project.” David Kirby, Site Manager Burns & McDonnell