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Power Generation Best Practices | Case Study


Data Capture and Information Analysis

On the 30 mile Indianapolis Power & Light Eagle Valley, a comprehensive multi-data point engineered site analysis reduced the land disturbance and footprint in order to complete the work on time and on budget.

Engineering Application Alignment

Our services included clearing, matting, installing & maintaining erosion control devices, stone access roads, and final restoration. Engineered water crossings with sediment control devices were carefully placed to keep sediment out of all waterways.  Innovative industrial matting was used to keep the impact on the land as low as possible.

Customized Task Planning

Proper sequencing of the tasks allowed for the different crews to work simultaneously to efficiently complete the project on time.

Knowledge/ Driven Work Modules

Clean, organized, and well-communicated work module allowed for the least amount of impact on land and local residents.


The project utilized key technologies:

  • Erosion & Sediment Control devices
  • Clean Industrial Matting
  • Low Impact on land
  • All Environments Protected
  • Allowed work to continue during heavy rain events

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Gwinnup Restoration leads the industry in achieving successful Notices of Termination on-time, on-budget and without incident through our innovative approach to site engineering and remediation as well as our focus on safety.

Gwinnup has invested heavily in state-of-the-art equipment and the development of  experienced teams. We recognize it isn't just about getting to the Notice of Termination safely and successfully, but also about making sure the assets we engineer and construct stand the test of time.

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