Canby, Minn.-based Outland Renewable Energy has completed the second phase of a comprehensive three-phase expansion and renovation project at a former John Deere dealership.
The catalyst for expansion was ‘re-purposing’ an old furniture store and tractor dealership to accommodate the growing service division of Outland, and to create a secure warehouse area for high-value inventory.
The expansion includes a new area to handle tooling and deliveries for Outland's strategic partner, Hansen Service Wind. The expansion also includes a permanent clean room and processing area for technicians within a 2,400 square-foot viewable storage area. In addition, improvements for phase three include new offices for the field service management team and an additional parking lot for employees. The project is expected to be completed within the next six months.
‘The expansion places Outland on the map as a wind energy company that is growing exponentially in a downward economy,’ says Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minn.
SOURCE: Outland Renewable Energy LLC