With Alabama, Tennessee and Puerto Rico recently officially added to ENR Southeast's existing geographic coverage area of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, ENR Southeast's annual Top Starts ranking will have its most expansive reach.
Winning this prestigious award this year is the $2.3-billion Salt Waste Processing Facility project. Completed in 2016, the SWPF was built to process the salt waste filling 51 underground tanks at the Savannah River Site in Aiken, S.C.
The culmination of ENR Southeast’s Nov. 15 Best Projects awards luncheon will be the presentation of this year’s Project of the Year award. This year, our panel of judges has nominated five entries for this honor.
ENR Southeast’s annual competition to recognize the “best” construction and design efforts of the past year resulted in this 16th group of award winners, made up of projects located in the region of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Puerto Rico.
Offshore wind seeks a place in the U.S. power mix, with the start-up imminent of a 30-MW Rhode Island wind farm, America’s first. European competitors and oil-sector veterans are bringing technology and cost efficiency.