"Jackson Township fully supports the CPV Fairview Energy Center and recognizes the critical economic benefits it brings to our community."
Bruce BakerChairman, Board of Supervisors of Jackson Township
"I am pleased to welcome CPV to the district. This facility will ignite job growth for real family-sustaining jobs. I am looking forward to partnering with CPV and other similar companies to provide much needed economic growth to the area."
Wayne Langerholc, JrPennsylvania State Senator (R-35)
"This project takes advantage of abundant natural gas to create local, cleaner electricity; puts 30 acres to productive industrial use; and creates hundreds of good-paying construction jobs as well as two dozen permanent ones. That’s a winning trifecta for our area."
Frank BurnsPennsylvania State Representative (D-72)
CPV Fairview Construction Update
We are committed to proactively keeping the Jackson Township community informed on the progress of the CPV Fairview Energy Center. Overall, we are on track with the construction activities for this new, state-of-the-art facility that will power more than 1 million Pennsylvania homes. Beginning March 12, 2018, we expect those activities to ramp up. At that time, our contractors will begin working smaller staffed night shifts from 7:00 PM to 3:30 AM as needed to keep the project on schedule with the goal of bringing the facility online by 2020. CPV Fairview and our contractors have worked closely with the Jackson Township Supervisors on a plan to minimize impacts to our closest neighbors during the ramp-up.
Water Pipeline Installation
CPV's local water pipeline contractor, Merlo, is in the process of installing water pipeline in the Vinco area on private property adjacent to the CPV Fairview construction site (pipeline shown in light blue below). Due to recent inclement weather, the work is expected to continue until the 3rd week in March. Once complete, Merlo will move to another location near Johnstown for additional installation of pipeline.
Merlo will return to the Vinco area shown on the map below (as identified in red) in early May 2018 to complete the remaining pipeline by mid-June 2018. During this time, Adams Avenue and Gillen Lane will be open for local traffic, but may be reduced to one lane at times, in accordance with any approved traffic plan by the Township. Note that a section of Blackburn Road will be closed for a short period of time during that portion of installation and will be accessible only to those immediate local residents and for emergencies.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during construction of the CPV Fairview Energy Center.