The next generation of equipment for construction is coming soon, but it’s not coming to a small southern town in Kentucky.

That’s because a small, privately-funded company called the Saffords is building its own version of the equipment that was once made in the U.S. by Safforp.

The company’s first project, which will be in Southern California, is the construction of a giant solar farm in the desert.

It’s not the only solar project in the pipeline, but the company says it has already begun discussions with local government agencies and local residents.

The first solar farm was a solar power plant in southern Arizona that generated a lot of power for a small town, so Saffottis’ plan is a bit different.

Rather than building a large solar farm, the company is building a tiny solar plant that will take advantage of a solar-generated power plant that is already operational in the Mojave Desert.

That solar farm will power the construction site, and it will also generate some electricity.

“This project is about building a new future for Safforestown,” says Saffotis CEO and founder David Hockett.

“The power plant, as the name suggests, is going to be the solar farm that will provide the power that’s going to power this project.”

In this case, the project will be built on a portion of the Sable Mountain, the largest and most popular ski area in Saffostown.

The site has a lot to offer for the Safestown community, but there are plenty of challenges that need to be addressed before it can be used for solar power.

The Safeston community has been struggling for years with its air quality and the threat of a potential wildfire, but this is an opportunity to address those issues head-on.

Saffoteres’ solar plant is designed to take advantage with a wind turbine that’s already operating in the nearby Mojave Mountains.

The turbine has an internal heat exchanger that can cool the water inside the solar panels and then generate electricity from the heat.

The project is expected to cost $5.5 million, and Saffotteres hopes that it will eventually generate enough electricity to provide for its own town.

“We’re looking to build a community around this solar project that can help keep this town in the S.A. for generations to come,” Hocketts said.

“Our plan is to use this plant to power the city of Saffestown, and to help us make sure that we can live here safely.”

The company has plans to expand the solar project to include more solar panels that will power a new community center in the same location.

There are also plans for a community center and the development of a park, but those are in the works as well.

The solar project will generate electricity for the town, but its future is still in limbo.

It has been a long time coming, and the Sefestown project could end up being a costly investment in a small community.