When it came time to replace aging structures along their 69kV transmission line, ENERCON was this client’s contractor of choice to perform the work.
This client is one of the largest not-for-profit generation and transmission (G&T) cooperatives in the country, serving around 1.8 million customers in 42 counties. The client purchases power and owns and operates their own plants to provide reliable, competitively priced, wholesale electric power to its nine-member distribution electric cooperatives. They also own and maintain more than 350 miles of transmission line throughout the state. Their goal is to be the preferred and trusted energy services provider to empower their members and the community they serve.
To support these efforts and maintain the client’s transmission lines, ENERCON was contracted to perform the project management and engineering duties required to replace 152 structures on the existing 18.5 mile; 69kV transmission line.
The line was constructed utilizing direct embedded, LD steel structures.
ENERCON’s team provided services including a complete detailed design, review of manufacturer calculations and shop drawings, development of environmental and road permits, material bid evaluation assistance, development of construction drawings and documents, construction bid evaluation assistance, engineering assistance during construction, and preparation of As-Built Drawings and design.
ENERCON’s extensive transmission experience and reliability in completing projects above and beyond the client’s expectations made them a perfect match for this client’s needs.