Our team has led the construction effort on many of the most high-profile transmission projects in recent years. Below we list projects that highlight our success on large, complex transmission projects, including turn key/EPC efforts.
While our team operates across the US, we understand the particular challenges of the West, and thrive on projects constructed under challenging regulatory environments.
What We've Achieved
Pinal Central-Tortolita 500kV Transmission Project - Tucson Electric Power.
At A Glance: 40 miles of new 500kV transmission line from the Tortolita Substation in Red Rock, AZ to the Pinal Central Substation in Casa Grande, AZ. The line was constructed on steel monopoles, with drilled-pier, anchor bolt foundations, and included three-bundled 1590 ACSR conductor. The completion of this project improved electric reliability, expand access to renewable energy projects, and helps meet future energy demands in the Tucson metropolitan area and surrounding region.
Diablo Canyon 230kV Upgrade Project - Pacific Gas & Electric.
At A Glance: Changing out 230kV porcelain insulators on the Mesa-Diablo double circuit line near Pismo Beach, California. Due to environmentally sensitive areas that made the line inaccessible, our team was required to perform the entire project by helicopter.
We established and maintained five LZs over the length of the project which included maintenance of all SWPPP measures.
Our crews completed the project ahead of schedule and earned recognition for our ability to perform in an environmentally restrictive area.
Jicarilla 115kV EPC Transmission Project - Jicarilla Apache Nation.
At A Glance: The intent of the Jicarilla EPC Project was to provide the Jicarilla Apache Nation with the capability to establish, own, and maintain their own electrical infrastructure for improved reliability, and included installation of 60 miles of newly constructed 115kV transmission line, one 345kV/115kV substation, and one 115kV switchyard. With such a high profile project and with multiple stakeholders including Public Service of New Mexico and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, it was important that our team efficiently manage the pre-construction rollout which included preparation and submittal of the Project Environmental Assessment (EA), which was completed, submitted, and approved in record time.