Diné College Announces Solar Farm Construction Project to Enhance Energy Efficiency

Diné College Announces Solar Farm Construction Project to Enhance Energy Efficiency

3rd April 2024

TSAILE, AZ – Diné College announces the commencement of a construction project aimed at strengthening the college’s commitment to sustainable energy and environmental stewardship. The project, part of a YEAROUT Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contract (GESPC), will see the installation of a new solar farm designed to provide clean, renewable energy to the campus.

Project Overview:

Project Name: YEAROUT Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contract (GESPC) – Solar Farm

Scope of Work: Installation of piping from the solar farm located south of the campus into 1 Circle Dr., near the road access to the South Parking Lot. This project also includes lightning replacement work that will be conducted without requiring power interruptions to any campus buildings.

Duration: The construction work is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, at 8:00 AM and is expected to conclude on Friday, April 5, 2024, at 5:00 PM.

Campus Advisory:
Students, faculty, staff, and administrators are advised to avoid all areas where construction activity is taking place. Contractor Yearout and subcontractors will implement safety measures, including barriers and signs, and may close off areas affected by construction activities. All are encouraged to drive carefully near construction zones.

Construction Management Contacts:
For any questions or concerns regarding the construction project, please contact:

Randy Joe, Project Manager, Diné College
Phone: 928-724-6874
Cell: 928-383-9966
Email: ranjoe@dinecollege.edu

Leon Jackson, Project Manager, Diné College
Phone: 928-724-6774
Cell: 928-206-0630
Email: lejackson@dinecollege.edu

For after-hours emergencies, please get in touch with Campus Security at 928-724-6802.
Diné College appreciates the understanding and cooperation of the entire campus community during this period. This project represents an important step towards reducing our carbon footprint and achieving greater energy efficiency for the future.


Chris Burnside,
Marketing & Communications Manager

Jazzmine D. Martinez, Marketing Assistant
Marketing & Communications

Dillon Nopah, Videographer

Patrick Begay,
Graphic Designer

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