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Hazle Spindle, LLC

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Photos used with permission of Beacon Power, LLC

Challenge:
Hazle Spindle, LLC was seeking a construction manager and site electrical contractor for its new multimillion-dollar green energy flywheel facility in Humboldt Industrial Park, Hazle Township, PA. The flywheel facility participates in PJM’s Regulation Market to maintain a clean and efficient way to balance load generation.

The project, of course, was widely sought after by local electric companies. Even with this fierce competition, Hayden was selected by the owner to manage and maintain all of the facility because of Hayden’s proven track record of success with electrical knowledge, high-voltage expertise and their professionalism.

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Gonnella Baking Company

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Challenge:
Chicago-based Gonnella Baking Company produces frozen bread and roll dough. They constructed an expandable manufacturing and distribution facility in Northeast Pennsylvania, built to service the large East Coast market. Hayden electric was awarded the project of installing the electrical system, because of their previous record of high construction standards. Challenges began in December 2006. It was a wet, muddy and cold winter throughout the installation of the primary duct banks. Furthermore, the specifications did not permit any underground conduit installation throughout the building. Also, since Gonella is a food manufacturing facility, special attention had to be undertaken to control all dust and rigid aluminum conduit needed to be used.

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First Quality Baby Products, LLC

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Challenge:
In 2008, the First Quality Group of diversified companies added a sister company to manufacture premium diapers for babies and toddlers, all to be made in the USA. A massive one-million-square foot facility was to be constructed in Mifflin County, with the majority of the work needing to be completed within four months.

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Greater Hazleton Health Alliance Health & Wellness Center

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Challenge:
George J Hayden, Inc. was awarded an exciting project, designed by Anchor Health Properties, a national firm with a unique approach to healthcare facilities bringing a retail experience to the healthcare consumer. The fast-tracked project was worth $1.5 million. Hayden’s professionals were required to prove how they could help with the design of this technologically advanced medical facility months after the project was underway. Extensive coordination was necessary to satisfy the 13 different tenants and their individual and specialized needs.

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Great Wolf Lodge Pocono Mountains

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Challenge:
Hayden was awarded a unique project in 2005. Great Wolf Lodge was to be built in the Poconos, a first-class, full-service, year-round family resort. Hayden was responsible for the electrical needs of the indoor water park area within the lodge. Lighting the pools was a pivotal part of the project, especially the underwater lighting. Power and motor control functions were also needed to operate water filters, pumps and treatment systems. Other major concerns for the owner were humidity levels, ambient temperature and adequate ventilation.

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City of Hazleton Church Street Station Intermodal Facility

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Challenge:
The Hazleton Intermodal Facility was built in downtown Hazleton to provide the community with a full service bus station for local, regional, and long distance bus transportation. Before construction could begin, eight existing utility poles needed to be relocated to underground services. Also, to keep the project on schedule, temporary power was needed.

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