Tiger Tech used teamwork and innovative thinking to execute five sets of tasks to assemble and position a wind turbine into a completed state. This includes designing and building a prototype vehicle capable of transporting and maneuvering components of the wind turbines. Although our design is much smaller to scale against actual wind turbines, it is meant to be able to deal with these smaller structures to determine if they would be able to deal with larger structures if the design was larger. We determined a strategy to complete these tasks as efficiently as possible. 2.1 Task Set 1: Logistics There are two tasks associated to logistics: acquiring the OSOW permit (tie breaker) and relocating the Prairie Chicken Environments. 2.2 Task Set 2: Transportation of Components Load and transport all turbine components in the stockpile area to the assembly site by traveling over the bridge or the damaged road. This includes three large turbine blades one small turbine nacelle, and one small turbine hub/blade assembly. 2.3 Task Set 3: Assembly of Turbines Assemble small turbine and the large turbine using the correct components. The blades attach to the hub, the hub attaches to the nacelle and the nacelle attaches to the tower in the lowered position. The order in which these components are assembled is does not matter. The small turbine blades are permanently attached to the hub but begin play in the folded transport position and secured with an elastic shipping strap. The large turbine blades can be assembled to the hub in two scoring positions. 2.4 Task Set 4: Upright Positioning of Wind Turbines Once a turbine is fully assembled (small or large turbine) the turbine is raised to the upright position by the crane (rope and board) and crane operator (spotter). 2.5 Task Set 5: Expanding/Installing the Turbine Blades in Expanded Position While installing and assembling the turbines, the blades can be positioned into an expanded position. The small turbine blades are expanded by removing the shipping strap while the tower is being raised or once in raised position. The large turbine blades can be installed in expanded position by the robot while the turbine tower is in lowered position or can be re positioned by the spotter once the tower is raised and in locked position.