Fluor Corp. has finished construction work on a solar power facility in Maricopa County, Ariz. the company built to generate up to 125 megawatts of power.
The company worked on the project under an engineering, procurement and construction contract awarded by LS Power subsidiary Arlington Valley Solar Energy II LLC two years ago, Fluor said Tuesday.
“This utility-scale solar project could not have been completed without the close cooperation between LS Power, the project stakeholders and Fluor’s project execution team,” said Matt McSorley, senior vice president of Fluor’s power business.
“We are pleased that Fluor has completed the construction of AVSE II in a safe manner, and ahead of schedule,” said John King, an LS Power executive vice president.
More than 600,000 solar panels were installed at the 1,160-acre AVSE II, Fluor says.
Fluor holds a follow-on contract to maintain and operate the solar plant over five years.