The Metcalf Energy Center was developed on a 20-acre site located west of Monterey Road, just north of Blanchard Road and the community of Coyote. The southern half of the site is open land used for field crops. Prior to construction, the northern half of the site contained old vehicles, piles of wooden pallets and construction debris, and sheds and pens used for raising poultry. To assure that MEC/Metcalf Energy Center will have an attractive appearance and will relate well to its surroundings and planned campus industrial development, Calpine used the services of a specialized architectural firm to develop a customized design treatment for the facility. In addition, the site has been landscaped in order to provide maximum screening of the project and to integrate the facility into the existing and future landscape of the area.
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