Audubon County, Iowa

Year Completed:



71 GE wind turbines

200 megawatts clean renewable energy


NextEra Energy



Other Partners:

BARR Engineers, White Construction, IEA

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Sambatek played a pivotal role in the realization of the Heartland Divide II Wind Energy Center project. With extensive experience and commitment to excellence, Sambatek provided comprehensive construction staking services tailored to the project's unique requirements. This included precise placement of stakes for project control surveys, turbine foundation staking, and layout of access roads and crane paths. Sambatek's expertise ensured seamless coordination with White Construction, resulting in the timely completion of all tasks within the estimated 33-day timeframe. Additionally, Sambatek conducted thorough as-built surveys to accurately document project improvements, contributing to the success of the Heartland Divide II Wind Energy Center.

NextEra Energy Resources' commitment to sustainable energy solutions drove the development of the Heartland Divide II Wind Energy Center. The project featured 71 GE wind turbines capable of generating up to 200 megawatts (MW) of clean, renewable energy. Commencing commercial operation in June 2022, the center marked a significant milestone in advancing energy independence while creating sustainable economic opportunities for the community. As a trusted partner in this transformative initiative, NextEra Energy Resources remained steadfast in its commitment to building a brighter, more sustainable future for future generations.