Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Supplier Event

Event Details:

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February 28, 2024
9AM - 12PM
1PM - 4PM

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Chesapeake Conference Center
700 Conference Center Dr.
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Online event registration has closed. If you did not have a chance to register for the event, walk up registration will be available.

Supplier Event Details

Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project construction is starting. On February 28th, Dominion Energy, Virginia Maritime Association and the Hampton Roads Alliance are hosting the project’s major contractors seeking Virginia businesses able to provide goods and services needed.

Review the lists of needs and short videos for each major contractor found below to determine if your business is able to meet the supply chain needs of CVOW.

This event provides your business with the ability to schedule a time to talk with the major contractors. We encourage you to check back frequently for additional contractor information.

For attendees who sign up for a session with a supplier, you will not need to register for the event.

For attendees who are not signing up for a session with a supplier, please let us know you’re coming by registering for the event.

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Meet the Suppliers

Since 1978, Aramark Offshore has been delivering safe, healthy and comfortable work environments in some of the harshest and most remote places on earth. We deliver tailored catering services, project lifecycle management, design and construction, as well janitorial and hoteling services. Our people service over 100 offshore locations including platforms, drilling rigs, vessels and accommodation barges. We have supported clients in over 30 countries and employ over 2,000 staff from 16 countries. For more information on Aramark, please visit

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Balicore Construction is the general contractor for the CVOW Monitoring and Coordination Center, which is being built at Fairwinds Landing in Norfolk, Virginia.

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Bruce Howard Contracting employs over 130 people who are dedicated to our company mission. Bruce Howard provides demolition, engineering, road construction, stream restoration and stabilization, site clearing and underground utility infrastructure services, among other services. Bruce Howard is doing site preparation and security fence installation for the CVOW project.

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DEME Offshore is a global solutions provider in the offshore oil, gas and renewables industry. For CVOW, the company is responsible for the transportation and installation of 176 monopile transition piece foundations, three offshore substations and scour protection and the supply and installation of the export and inner-array submarine cable systems (in partnership with Prysmian).

Prysmian Group operates in over 50 countries worldwide and specializes in the manufacturing, installation and commissioning of underground and submarine cables and systems for power and telecom transmission and distribution. For CVOW, the company is supplying inter-array cables system and will supply, install (in partnership with DEME Offshore), test and commission the export cable system.

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At Dominion Energy, we are committed to maximizing opportunities for Virginia’s businesses and workforce. Our Supply Chain team will be onsite to discuss how your business can serve as a potential supplier for this project.

EMTEK® Matting Solutions provides Specialty Access Systems for Temporary Roads & Pads on CVOW. EMTEK® Matting Solutions will provide specialty access systems for temporary roads and pads on CVOW. The systems are engineered to specific performance expectations in sensitive wetlands.

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Henkels and McCoy brings the strength of a century of experience to delivering safe, innovative infrastructure solutions. With precision and minimized environmental impact, they deliver a comprehensive range of high-quality construction services for their utility customers. Henkels and McCoy is proud to have been selected to provide access, foundations and transmission line construction services for this important CVOW project.

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MasTec companies have offices across North America, a workforce of nearly 22,000 skilled professionals and an extensive wholly-owned fleet of specialized construction equipment.

Our team’s expertise is in many of the categories that comprise energy transition projects, including wind, solar, power delivery, pipeline and industrial process construction. MasTec is doing overhead line work for the CVOW project.

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The Michels Family of Companies design, build, maintain and expand all aspects of traditional and renewable generation through distribution to endpoint users and place an emphasis on safety. Michels’ scope of work for CVOW includes performing horizontal directional drilling, direct pipe operations and offshore marine diving support for the direct pipe operations.

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Since 1953, New River Electrical Corporation has been the trusted electrical contractor for coast-to-coast electrical construction, utility upgrades, installation, transmission and distribution. New River Electrical provides substation construction and maintenance, overhead transmission and distribution, underground network and distribution, underground high-voltage transmission and storm restoration, among other services.

New River Electrical is working on substation installation for the CVOW project.

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Phillips & Jordan, Inc. (P&J), a certified woman-owned heavy civil and power infrastructure contractor since 1952, prioritizes people, the environment and communities nationwide. With Core Values of Integrity, Safety, Quality, and Production, P&J specializes in power (transmission, distribution and renewables), water, mining and industrial and commercial.

Our projects support critical initiatives in energy transition, infrastructure resilience and water management, striving for lasting community impact through innovation and safety. For CVOW, P&J will perform the construction installation entrance, E&SC controls and access matting for clearing activities, manual and mechanical clearing, danger tree removal and vegetative debris processing and disposal.

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Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is a leader in the renewable energy industry, working to provide the world's best offshore and onshore wind turbines and services. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is contracted with Dominion Energy to provide and maintain the turbine generators, nacelles and blades for the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project.  This involves coordinating an international supply chain and utilizing local vendors to support 176 turbines with services and parts.

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USA Civil specializes in civil construction, power transmission, power generation, erosion and sediment control, access and road building, and plant facilities management. USA Civil is working on substations for the CVOW project.

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Virginia International Terminals, LLC (VIT) operates Portsmouth Marine Terminal (PMT), which serves as a staging port for Mid-Atlantic and Northeast offshore wind (OSW) projects.  VIT facilitates the arrival and delivery of offshore wind turbine generator components and foundations.  VIT’s operation consist of stevedoring, marshaling, and storage of all Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) components. Between the fall of 2023 and early 2027, VIT will handle 176 monopiles, transition pieces, towers, nacelles, and 528 blades at PMT, in support of Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project. VIT expects it will support additional offshore wind projects following the completion of CVOW project.

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W. F. Magann Corp is a diversified general contractor for the heavy marine, industrial and concrete construction industries, serving Hampton Roads and the Mid-Atlantic region for nearly 80 years. W.F. Magann will be installing foundations for the transmission line structures from Fentress Substation to Harpers Substation for the CVOW project.

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Wilson Construction Company specializes in electric utility construction. We pride ourselves on being one of the few independently owned and managed firms that performs all facets of electric distribution and transmission construction projects, from installing the meter for your home to interconnecting high voltage lines to the local power plant. Our expertise includes all types of underground construction, including voltages up to 345kV, overhead transmission lines to 500kV, distribution services and substations and switchyards to 500kV.

With over 70 years of experience in the industry, we have a well-diversified and well-trained workforce that has the necessary knowledge and expertise to exceed industry standards for construction while striving to provide our customers with the best possible service they can experience.

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Register for the Event

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

9 a.m. to 12 p.m., 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Lunch is not provided.)

Chesapeake Conference Center
700 Conference Center Dr.
Chesapeake, VA 23320

What to know/prepare for the event:

Helpful Tips:

  • Come prepared to discuss information about your company.
  • You can bring materials to leave behind about your company.
  • For attendees who sign up for sessions, you will have seven minutes to discuss your company with the major contractor and ask questions.

Online event registration has closed. If you did not have a chance to register for the event, walk up registration will be available.

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