Build Group Successfully Completes Phase I of Largest Solar Carport Project at a Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in the Country

The San Francisco based design / build contractor delivers a 3.72 MW solar support structure project on time and on budget at the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center while keeping parking lots in full operation.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 24, 2012

Build Group, Inc. (http://www.buildgc.com) today announced the completion of the first phase of a massive solar support canopy project at the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The company provided design/build services to long time client REC Solar.

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