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Signal Energy Constructors, a general contractor serving the renewable energy industry, was recently awarded a full design/build contract from BayWa r.e. Wind LLC for the 20 MW Brahms wind farm, located in Grady, N.M.

Signal Energy's scope of work includes full design and engineering of all project civil infrastructure, underground and overhead collection systems, wind turbine foundations, project substations and the project interconnection facilities. In addition, the company will erect the project’s 12 1.65-MW V82 Vestas turbines.

Signal says it began construction on the project in October, and the wind farm is scheduled for completion by year-end.

In September, California-based BayWa r.e. Wind LLC acquired the development assets for the Broadview wind project and renamed it the Brahms wind farm after German composer Johannes Brahms.






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