Geothermal Drilling at Ranson Elementary School, WV

Project Overview:
Rototec, a leading provider of geothermal drilling services, successfully completed the drilling phase for a geothermal heating and cooling system at Ranson Elementary School in West Virginia, USA. This project marked Rototec's first venture into geothermal drilling in the United States, with a total of 72 geothermal wells drilled on-site.

Ranson Elementary School Geothermal Wells Rototec

Project Scope:
The scope of the project included the drilling of 72 geothermal wells to support the heating and cooling needs of Ranson Elementary School. Rototec's team executed the drilling phase with precision and expertise, ensuring the completion of this crucial aspect of the geothermal system installation.

Key Achievements:

  • Successful completion of Rototec's inaugural geothermal drilling project in the United States.
  • Drilling of 72 geothermal wells to provide the groundwork for a sustainable heating and cooling solution at Ranson Elementary School.
  • Collaboration with partners and stakeholders to ensure efficient project execution and adherence to quality standards.

Future Prospects:
The successful completion of the geothermal drilling phase at Ranson Elementary School marks a significant milestone for Rototec's expansion into the United States market. As the demand for sustainable energy solutions continues to grow, Rototec remains dedicated to leveraging its expertise to contribute to a greener and more sustainable future.