Astro Chemical Centerplan Construction Company was hired by Greenskies Renewable Energy to install Trina modules for Astro Chemical using a ground mounted array. The ground mounted array was chosen because Astro had additional land on their property that was not being used, which provided an ideal location for the panels once the land was cleared of brush and debris. Centerplan provided the installation and electrical work to power the panels which will reduce Astro’s usage of traditional power by 40 percent.
East Lyme Solar Park Awarded by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in December of 2011 to affiliates of Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC, this 5 MW utility-scale ground mounted facility is the first project of its kind in Connecticut. Again hired by Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC to install this system, Centerplan worked hand in hand with the State, the electric distribution companies, and the Town of East Lyme to construct the array. This ground mounted array will align 16,874 solar modules on a 50 acre parcel of land. The project is expected to be commissioned and in operation by June 1, 2014, and is capable of generating enough electricity to power approximately 700 homes.
Landmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail spaceLandmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail space located in the historic section of Main Street.
Business Person of the Year: Robert Landino
Robert A. Landino is CEO of Centerplan Companies, an eight-year-old Middletown-based real estate acquisition, development, construction and investment firm.
First "Rt. 34 West" Project Wins Final Approval
After lying fallow for decades, a megablock razed in the name of urban renewal will rise again - despite the opposition of one lawmaker and the reservations of another.
Middletown Committee Recommends Hiring Local Firm To Study Metro Square Redevelopment
MIDDLETOWN - The common council's economic development committee has recommended a local firm, Centerplan Companies, to form a redevelopment vision of Metro Square and its two downtown blocks.