About Us Welcome to the Website of Morris Power Construction.
We provide construction for various types of commercial power projects, with primary focus on
renewable energy with wind turbine technology. In additon to wind farm construction projects,
we do smaller wind turbine construction for residental, farms, educational centers, small businesses
as well as both large and small corporations, and office park developments.
This project was for the Integrated Energy training Center at High Plains Technology Center in Woodward, OK.
Their multi-faceted, integrated energy training initiative currently offers certifications for wind technicians,
along with certification within the oil and gas industry, including RigPass. Future plans also include offering
a solar technician training program.
Their vision for the Integrated Energy Training Center is bold. With safety as their highest priority, they are
currently developing integrated energy training programs in the area of solar installation, compressed natural gas,
SmartGrid, SCADA and power line technician training to complete their current offerings of wind technician and
Their goal is to become one of the nation's leaders in integrated energy training, encompassing both renewable
and traditional energy resources. With this vision, their hope is to build a state-of-the-art training center,
with the latest technologies available - as well as with significant input from industry partners - to assure
their graduates receive the highest quality training to immediately step into the workforce.
We at Morris Power Construction are pleased to have been selected as the contractor to install a wind turbine for
the High Plains Technical Training Center in Woodward, Oklahoma. We look forward to a long and lasting relationship
with the training center to hopefully accept some of their graduates as part of our growing workforce, either as
temporary or part-time to give the graduates some up-close and personal hands-on exposure to wind turbine
construction, and perhaps becoming one of our wind power construction employe's or as a wind maintenance employee.
Poured concrete foundation with electrical conduits and tower mounting bolts in place.
Tower sections being off-loaded from tractor trailer.
Power cables being posisioned and cleared before base section is installed.
Base section being lifted into place.
Blades and rotor assembly.
TJ Morris and Jake Makerny of Morris Power Construction
Wide-angle view of tower sections assembled and ready for turbine.
Base of tower ready to mount the turbine.
View of assembled tower from a distance.
Wide-angle view with ropes attached to steady the turbine, crane sets the turbine into place.
Ropes are moved to one side to steady the turbine in the wind as the turbine is mounted.
With a generator to power lights and ropes attached to the blades, rotor is lifted into place.
Crew members steady the blades while the rotor is being attached to the turbine.
TJ Morris and Jake Makerny of Morris Power Construction attaching the rotor and blades.
The blue blotches on the blades are signatures of students who signed their names on the blades, from the
Woodward Technical Training Center, before the blades were raised.
Wind Turbine construction complete with the rotor and blades attached.
Wind Turbine ready for last rope to be removed and testing of the turbine to begin.
Wind Turbine complete and ready for operation at Woodward Technical Training Center in Woodward, Oklahoma.
The wind turbine goes operational at the Woodward Technical Training Center in Woodward, Oklahoma.
Typical installation of Northern Power Systems Northwind 100
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