Solar Farm Site Development

Moretrench’s Tampa office, serving the Southern United States, now brings it’s considerable earthwork, industrial concrete and site work capabilities to the large-scale development required to accommodate Florida’s solar farm installations. Capabilities include site preparation and drainage, access road construction, concrete work, and underground piping and utility duct banks.

Site Preparation

A comprehensive, in-house heavy equipment fleet allows us to tackle any aspect of site preparation quickly, efficiently, and on schedule. Typical components include mass excavation, earthmoving and grading; site restoration and surfacing; and seedingEnvironmental linings/barriers, erosion control measures and perimeter fencing may be installed as required.

Site Drainage

Moretrench has the capability of handling all the specialized structures required for a complete drainage program, including pre-drainage dewatering, underground drainage structures, seepage control, and stormwater drainage structures.

Roadworks

Our crews are experienced in all aspects of access road construction, including grading and compacting, gravel underdrain and sub-base placement, and final surfacing.

Industrial Concrete Work

On-site batching and mixing capability allows the company to accomplish large-scale concrete work as part of the site development at a competitive cost. Moretrench has performed individual projects requiring over 4,000 cubic yards of concrete in total, and more then 1,000 cubic yards in a single pour

Underground Utilities

Underground utility capabilities include electrical trenching and backfill, duct banks, and storm water and sanitary sewers.