MACOGA successfully completed On-Site Assembly works at Cricket Valley Energy Center in Dover, New York, USA
We provide our clients expert assistance when and where it is required.
For those Expansion Joints that due to its size are not transportable in one piece, we offer our customers the Assembly Package.
On this occasion 3 huge In-Line Pressure Balanced Expansion Joints of 4200 mm (165”) nominal diameter and more than 25 tons (55000 lbs) of weight each were transported to the plant in the United States in sections and assembled on site by our specialized staff.
These units are not transportable in one piece, so our specialists moved to the Cricket Valley Energy Center in Dover, New York, USA to assemble the different sections of the Expansion Joints.
Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVEC) is a 1.1GW natural gas-fired power plant being developed in Dover, New York, US. Upon completion, the facility is expected to be the most efficient combined cycle power plant in the state.
The project is anticipated to produce electricity sufficient to power one million homes in the Hudson Valley. It is expected to create 1,100 jobs during peak construction phase, and 80 permanent and indirect jobs upon completion.