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Sendero Energy Services: Powering the Future with a New BESS Project in Seagoville, Texas

Sendero Energy Services Selected as Civil Contractor for 240MW BESS Project in Dallas County

Battery Energy Storage System (BESS)

In a significant stride toward a sustainable energy future, Sendero Energy Services is proud to announce our selection as the civil contracting partner for an innovative 240MW Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) project in Seagoville, Texas.

Our Scope of Work

The scope of work for Sendero Energy Services in this project is extensive, covering crucial aspects contributing to the successful implementation of the BESS.



We will undertake the necessary earth-moving activities to prepare the project site, ensuring it meets the required specifications for the BESS.

Clearing and Grubbing:

Efficient clearing and grubbing operations are vital for creating a clean slate for the project, allowing for seamless construction and installation processes.

Roadway Construction:

Sendero Energy Services will be responsible for constructing essential roadways, facilitating easy access to and within the project site.

Mass Cut and Fill:

Precise mass cut and fill operations will be conducted to shape the terrain in line with the project requirements, optimizing the overall functionality and efficiency of the BESS.

Equipment Setting:

Our crew will play a crucial role in setting up the necessary equipment, ensuring that all components are positioned and secured to function seamlessly within the BESS framework.


Partner with Us

As Sendero Energy Services takes on this transformative project, we extend an invitation to renewable energy developers and EPC firms to consider partnering with us as their civil contractors. Our expertise, commitment to safety and sustainability, and innovative approach make us an ideal partner for those looking to shape the future of energy infrastructure.


Why choose Sendero Energy Services as your civil contractor?

  • Proven Track Record: With a history of successful projects, Sendero Energy Services has demonstrated its ability to deliver high-quality results on time and within budget.

  • Sustainability Focus: We are dedicated to environmentally responsible practices, ensuring that our projects contribute positively to the communities and ecosystems they inhabit.

  • Innovation at the Core: Sendero embraces cutting-edge technologies and methodologies, ensuring that our partners benefit from the latest advancements in the industry.

  • Community Engagement: Our projects go beyond construction; we actively engage with local communities, fostering partnerships and creating lasting positive impacts.


The Importance of BESS

Battery Energy Storage Systems have become integral to transitioning toward sustainable and reliable energy sources. The Seagoville, Texas, project aligns with the global commitment to harnessing renewable energy and incorporating advanced storage solutions to meet the rising energy demands.


Community Impact

Beyond the technical aspects, Sendero Energy Services is committed to engaging with the local community to ensure the project's positive impact. This includes providing employment opportunities, fostering local partnerships, and adhering to environmental sustainability practices.


Future Vision

Sendero Energy Services’ involvement in this significant project reflects our dedication to shaping the future of energy. By contributing to developing advanced energy storage solutions, we are actively participating in the ongoing global shift toward greener and more sustainable power generation.


As Sendero Energy Services embarks on this transformative journey, we stand poised to redefine the energy landscape and set new benchmarks in the field of civil contracting. This project represents not only a partnership but a shared commitment toward a more sustainable and resilient energy future. Stay tuned for updates as Sendero Energy Services powers ahead with innovation, expertise, and a vision for a cleaner, greener tomorrow.


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