Our foundations ensure the stability of the wind turbines and transfer all loads coming from the tower and the turbine’s rotor movement to the subsoil. Pure gravitational foundations and circular slabs consisting of concrete and reinforcement steel anchored back on piling solutions are the standard footing technology for chosen wind turbine sites onshore. The site and its different founding locations with its subsoils must be carefully investigated initially by borings and cone penetration tests in order to ensure the bearing capacity. The basic foundation design for turbines of the modern multi-megawatt class is circular. The turbine tower is connected to the foundation by its grouted flange and pretention anchor studs.
We at SEEWIND elaborated a very competitive detailed construction execution concept for wind turbine foundations. Our specialized teams are doing just this all year around and eager to find even more optimization details for our customer’s best business case savings.
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Approximate prices for raft foundations, without earth works
|1||Raft foundation body VESTAS V126-149 low ground water level||starts at 150K|
|2||Raft foundation body VESTAS V126-149 high ground water level||starts at 196K|
|3||Raft foundation body VESTAS V136-149 low ground water level||starts at 158K|
|4||Raft foundation body VESTAS V136-149 high ground water level||starts at 212K|
|5||Raft foundation body VESTAS V150-145 low ground water level||starts at 185K|
|6||Raft foundation body VESTAS V150-145 high ground water level||starts at 250K|
|7||Raft foundation body VESTAS V150-166 low ground water level||starts at 214K|
|8||Raft foundation body VESTAS V150-166 high ground water level||starts at 293K|
|* Rough price indication for foundation works in Germany without any extras and with assumed cost for concrete of EUR 85,-/m³ and steel of EUR 630,-/t. Project specific prices can vary!|