solar farm
solar farm

High Shoals Solar Farm

McKim & Creed developed construction drawings for erosion control and stormwater components for an abandoned golf course that has transitioned into a solar farm. The 80-acre golf course was built in 1969 and closed in 2011.

The construction plans detailed the civil construction required for entry drives, drainage facilities and erosion control, and were used to obtain Sediment and Erosion (S&E) and access permits.

North Carolina is the second largest solar-producing state in the nation, second only to California.

Project Details

Client EcoPlexus, Inc.
Location Gastonia, NC
Categories Renewable