Mitsubishi Builds Turbine Assembly Plant in Georgia

Mitsubishi Builds Turbine Assembly Plant in Georgia

An inside look at how Excel Electrical Technologies (electrical contractor) Conway & Owen (electrical engineering firm), and The Austin Company (design engineer) completed this design-build project.

A 110-acre tract of land neighboring Savannah, Ga., is now home to Mitsubishi Power Systems America’s (MPSA) first turbine manufacturing and repair facility outside of Japan. Named Savannah Machinery Works, this plant will assemble gas and steam turbines and generators used in power plants and hydroelectric dams.

Before the plant opened its doors, however, a construction team spent four years constructing the facility in multiple consecutive phases. A joint venture of H.J. High

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