WA Chester - Project Experience

Specific Project Experience

Selected Projects In-Progress and Completed

IN PROGRESS / AWARDED as of 3/2015
 

COMPLETED IN 2014

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Arlington, VA
WAC was awarded the contract and is nearing completion on the installation of 4 miles of double circuit, 230kV underground transmission pipe type cable from the Pentagon Substation to the new Radnor Heights Substation on the grounds of Ft. Myer. In addition, WAC is currently working on installing 5 miles of 230kV HPFF cable in an existing spare pipe from Burke to Sideburn with cable installation nearing completion and spicing ready to begin in accordance with its June 1st in-service target date.

PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS, Multiple Locations, NJ
WAC is nearing completion on the J-2236 Reconductoring Project, replacing the existing 230kV HPFF cable and accessories with new 345kV HPFF cable and accessories including 12 splices over the 4.5 mile route. In January, WAC started on the Y-1351 Reconductoring Project, a similar 9 mile long project and has completed the removal of the cable, accessories and over 90,000 gallons of dielectric fluid as pipe certification and civil work continue prior to the installation of the new 345kV HPFF cable system. On the SRP Projects, WAC has completed 75% of the 2 mile long Segment 1A pipe and civil work and has begun preliminary work on Segments 1, 3, and 5 with trenching and pipe installation scheduled to begin later in the spring. Later this year, work will begin on SRP Segments 4A, 4B and 4C, bringing the overall total of SRP work to well over 10 miles.

NSTAR ELECTRIC & GAS, Boston, MA
WAC continues to work on the on-going termination replacement project with NSTAR as we are currently removing 2 sets of older potheads and replacing them with six new G & W terminations.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
WAC continues to work towards the 2014 completion of the Ritchie to Buzzard and New Jersey to Florida projects which includes the reconductoring of an 11.2 mile HPFF circuit (Feeder 13851) from 138kV to 230kV, the upgrading of 7,500 circuit feet of Feeder 23016 (138kV HPFF) and the new installation of 13,000 feet of 69kV HPFF cable (Feeder 69050). In addition, WAC has been self-performing the traffic control and management duties for both of these projects. WAC has recently been awarded and has started the civil work on the NW Substation Project which will run through April of 2016.

TRC ENGINEERING, Washington DC
WAC was awarded an on-going sub-contract by TRC and is currently assisting TRC with technical support for their field engineering and vault inspection program with the Potomac Electric Power Company.

DUKE ENERGY, Cincinnati, OH
WAC has been awarded a contract for the relocation of two 138kV HPFF circuits due to an Ohio DOT Project. The civil work began in December of 2013 with one circuit to be installed and energized in Spring of 2014 and the other in Spring of 2016.

COMPLETED IN 2013

POWERSOUTH ENERGY COOPERATIVE, Orange Beach, AL
WAC was awarded the Prime contract to purchase and install a total of 26,000 feet of 115kV XLPE cable manufactured by Sumitomo Electric / J-Power in a 6,500 foot HDD conduit installed by others under the Wolf Bay in Alabama. The project included the installation of 13,000 feet of fiber optic cable and a total of eight terminations with our work completed in May of 2013

PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS, Multiple Locations, NJ
WAC has completed the new installation / reconductoring of the O-2293 circuit as part of the New Bergenfield GIS Substation Loop-in Project which included 1 mile of new construction including pipe, cable work and accessories and 1 mile of reconductoring involving cable removal and replacement of the 230kV HPFF circuit. WAC has also completed the R-1344 Project, a 6.7 mile re-conductoring effort from E Rutherford to Bergen Substations replacing the existing 230kV, 2500 kcmil HPFF cable with a 3000 kcmil, 230kV HPFF cable upgrade. WAC has finished working on the F-1332 / Q-1343 Project consisting of work on two 230kV HPFF circuits including a total of 9 terminations, 3 splices and 4 new manholes.

NSTAR ELECTRIC & GAS, Cambridge and Boston, MA
WAC has completed 2 projects in Cambridge, MA; the installation of a new circulating pipe with diffusion chambers in the North Cambridge and Putnam Substations along with the new construction of an 8 inch steel pipe, 115kV HPFF cable, 6 terminations (3 open air and 3 GIS), 2 trifurcators with risers and 1 phasing splice for a 2,800 foot circuit at the Mystic Station. In addition, WAC has also completed the replacement of twelve (12) 115kV HPFF terminations in Kingston Substation in Boston, by removing the existing Ohio Brass potheads and replacing them with new G & W terminations along with another 12 terminations at Substation 12 on Chatham Street. WAC also completed work on 2 separate reconductor projects of which an underwater section of cable was replaced with new cable and new splices on the 115kV HPFF and 345kV HPFF circuits.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
WAC finished the Georgia Ave/Randolph Rd Intersection Project by relocating & upgrading three 69kV Feeders from LPFF to MPFF.

GEORGIA POWER COMPANY, Atlanta, GA
WAC completed the Atlanta Streetcar HDD Relocation Project in Downtown Atlanta. Working with our HDD sub-contractor Mears, we installed approximately 1,800 feet of new 115kV HPFF cable and accessories via horizontal directional drill technology and removed the existing cable, fluid and accessories in order to make way for new trolley construction.

PECO, Philadelphia, PA
WAC has completed working on the Crum Creek Relocation Project which involved the removal of the existing pipe, cable and fluid and the installation of approximately 1,350 feet of new 138kV HPFF cable, 8 inch steel pipe, fluid and accessories alongside and within the Crum Creek from the Eddystone Generation Station to a Manhole on the Boeing property.

SANTEE COOPER, Georgetown, SC
WAC has completed our work on the Campfield-Arcadia Water Crossing Repair Project, replacing 4,200 feet of 115kV HPGF. The work included 2 splices and 3 terminations and was started in October and completed in December of 2013.

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Fort Belvoir, VA
WAC has completed our work by removing the HID Cobra Head and Cut-Off Fixtures and replacing them with new energy efficient LED Fixtures on the base of Fort Belvoir.

DC SUPERIOR COURT, Washington DC
WAC installed underground conduit, a manhole, hand-holes, street light poles and foundations to support the need for new lighting and CCTV in order to upgrade security measures along the public space perimeter of the complex.

COMPLETED IN 2012

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
WAC was awarded the contract and has completed the Benning to Ritchie project which includes a new 5.5 mile double circuit 230kV HPFF line and the replacement of three 69kV LPGF cables.

GENON ENERGY, Haverstraw, NY
WAC responded to the failure of a termination on a 345kV line at the GenOn generation facility by stabilizing the fluid filled circuit and completed the repair with the removal and replacement of 300 feet of cable, 3 terminations and 1 trifurcating splice.

BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC, Baltimore, MD
WAC was awarded the contract and has completed the work on the Paca Street Substation Re-arrangement Project consisting of the removal of six SF6 trifurcators and the installation of two straight joints and 25 feet of 138kV HPFF cable in its place. In addition, WAC has completed several minor preventative maintenance endeavors on behalf of BG&E in 2012.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
WAC was awarded the contract and has completed the removal of a 3.5 mile 34kV LPGF circuit and the installation of its 69kV MPOF replacement circuit along with 12 pressurized reservoirs between Takoma Park and Silver Spring Substations.

AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER / BURNS & MCDONNELL, Corpus Christi, TX
WAC was awarded the contract and has completed our work to de-commission and remove two 1-mile long 69kV HPFF circuits which includes removing and disposing of the fluid, pumping plant, cable and terminations and certifying the conduit for future use.

DUKE ENERGY / PROGRESS ENERGY, St. Petersburg, FL
WAC was awarded a contract to inspect and repair (if necessary) a total of seventeen 230kV HPFF splices on two circuits between the Bartow Pumping Plant and the Northeast Substation, finishing the work in August of 2012.

NSTAR ELECTRIC & GAS, Boston, MA
WAC has completed the installation of a replacement parallel 3,500 foot 345kV HPFF circuit along the Gilmore Bridge with 3 splices including 1 phasing splice attached to the bridge itself. While in Boston, WAC responded to a major power outage in Downtown Boston that resulted from a fire at the Scotia Station that damaged two 115kV HPFF circuits and their accessories. WAC replaced a total of 800 feet of cable, 12 terminations (6 GIS and 6 open air) and 4 splices (2 phasing and 2 stop joints) on this critical repair job.

PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS, South Plainfield, NJ
WAC has completed the reconductoring of a 4.5 mile long Q-2217 circuit from Athenia Switching Station to Saddle Brook Substation in Clifton, Passaic, Garfield and Saddle Brook, NJ, replacing the existing 230kV HPFF cable with new 345kV HPFF cable as well as the S-1345 reconductoring project from Athenia Switching Station to East Rutherford Switching Station involving the removal of the existing 3.75 mile cable circuit, replacing it with a new 3000 kcmil 230kV HPPF cable system.

THE UNITED ILLUMINATING COMPANY / BLACK & VEATCH, New Haven, CT
WAC has completed the new installation of pipe type cable systems at the Union Avenue and Grand Avenue substations in Downtown New Haven in 2011 and 2012, respectively. The work included cable installation, splicing, terminations and new oil lines.

DUKE ENERGY, Durham, NC
WAC was awarded the contract to install and replace a total of twelve 44kV HPFF terminations and twelve surge arrestors at a substation on the campus of Duke University and the work was completed in the spring.

PECO, Philadelphia, PA
WAC responded to the emergency failure of a 230kV HPFF circuit in Philadelphia in the early spring resulting in the removal of the damaged cable and the installation of a sophisticated 12-foot long "Dutchman" splice.

DC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Washington DC
WAC successfully completed work under the DDOT DC StreetLight Asset Management Contract. WAC was responsible for the maintenance, repair, replacement, construction and inventory of all of DC's StreetLight Assets from May, 2006 until September, 2012.

COMPLETED IN 2011

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Fairfax County, VA
WAC has completed a project repairing three 230kV open air terminations at the Glen Carlyn Substation.

NSTAR ELECTRIC & GAS, Boston, MA
WAC assisted NSTAR on the sophisticated repair of a damaged 345kV line that runs along the Gilmore Bridge that involved three separate repairs including 3,400 feet of replaced cable and six splices over the course of several months.

PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS, South Plainfield, NJ
WAC was awarded two separate 230kV pipe-type re-conductoring contracts totaling over 8 circuit miles and has completed both the Q-1343 circuit from Gloucester to Cuthbert as well as the F-1332 circuit in Delaware Twp, Merchantville and Pennsauken, NJ. WAC also completed a repair at a 138kV co-generation facility in Bayonne, NJ and a repair on a 230kV circuit in Northern New Jersey.

XCEL Energy, Denver, CO
WAC was awarded and has completed 2 contracts; the replacement of 3 Ohio Brass 115kV terminations in the Harrison Substation and the purchase and installation of 27,400 feet of 115kV HPFF cable with 1 Y splice, 1 transition splice, 2 normal splices and 6 terminations on 2 separate circuits totaling over 2 miles.

PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC / BLACK & VEATCH, San Francisco, CA
Re-cabling of four existing 115 kV HPGF pipe type cable circuits with a total length of 18 miles. WAC removed the existing cables and replaced them with HPGF cables inside existing pipes. Phase 1 and Phase 2 are complete.

BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC, Baltimore, MD
WAC was awarded a contract and has completed working to install and replace a total of 29 230kV HPFF terminations at Hawkins Point and Sollers Point Substations in March, 2011. WAC also assisted BG&E on the emergency repair of a 115kV circuit.

JFE STEEL CORPORATION, Kurashiki, Japan
WAC, in collaboration with USi and Okonite, performed the removal, replacement and training on seven 138kV HPGF splices and six terminations at JFE's West Japan Steel Works Plant during the 1st Quarter of 2011 and are planning to return in 2012 for the continuation of this international restoration project.

LONG ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY (NATIONAL GRID) / NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY / USi, Garden City, NY
WAC has completed working on the repair of a failed 345kV line on Long Island, NY which involved locating the fault, removing the damaged cable and replacing it with 20 feet of new cable, and completing the work with a Dutchman splice with two joints.

PECO, Philadelphia, PA
Over the course of 2011, WAC made several significant repairs to PECO's high voltage pipe type cable system along with the removal and replacement of six 138kV HPFF terminations.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY / SOUTHWESTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION, Bull Shoals, AR
WAC has completed a contract to install and replace twelve 161kV HPFF terminations including stand modifications, twenty-four 98kV surge arresters including stand extensions and footings, and all of the bus work and modifications for the new equipment.

MEMPHIS LIGHT, GAS AND WATER, Memphis, TN
WAC was awarded a contract to purchase and install thirty 115kV HPFF terminations to replace 50 year-old Ohio Brass terminations in six substations and has completed this work during the 3rd Quarter of 2011.

TAIHAN / BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC, Baltimore, MD
WAC has completed the installation of two new 115 kV XLPE circuits in Baltimore, MD from Westport Substation to a new GIS Substation including 24 three-phase cable splices and 18 terminations. Each circuit is 5 miles long.

EPCOR UTILITIES, INC., Edmonton, AB, Canada
WAC's Canadian subsidiary was awarded a contract and has finished working on a project as part of the City of Edmonton's NLRT extension project by rerouting a total of four existing 72kV lines in Downtown Edmonton.

COMPLETED IN 2010

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Arlington County, VA
WAC has completed the Pentagon to Rosslyn Re-conductoring project; a 2.5 mile double circuit 69kV HPFF line which includes 8 normal splices in 4 existing manholes and 2 trifurcating splices.

ITC TRANSMISSION / USI TERMINATION REPLACEMENTS, Detroit, MI
Replacement of twenty-seven (27) 115 kV HPGF terminations. This was the final phase of this multi-year project.

JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITY, Jacksonville, FL
Installation of approximately 4,000 circuit feet of 138kV HPFF underground cable across the Trout River. The project includes a 3,700 foot horizontal directional drill under the Trout River and was completed in June, 2010.

SEATTLE CITY LIGHT DEPARTMENT, Seattle, WA
WAC was awarded a contract to install one 200 foot section of 115kV LPOF three conductor cable including the installation of two 115kV LPOF splices. This project required a freeze and was completed in January, 2010.

PECO, Philadelphia, PA
WAC was awarded a sub-contract and has completed working on the cable removal, installation and splicing of a 138kV HPFF Line Relocation project.

AMERICAN TRANSMISSION COMPANY, Milwaukee, WI
WAC has completed a contract to purchase and install 12,750 feet of 138kV HPFF cable for a 3/4 mile circuit with a small portion under the Milwaukee River along with all of the splicing and terminations.

AMERICAN TRANSMISSION COMPANY, Madison, WI
WAC has completed a contract to purchase and install 24,100 feet of 138kV HPFF cable, 5 splices and 6 terminations in 2010.

COMPLETED IN 2009

ITC TRANSMISSION / USI TERMINATION REPLACEMENTS, Detroit, MI
Replacement of sixty-three (63) 115kV HPGF terminations as part of multi-year / multi-phase project.

DELMARVA POWER, Millsboro, DE
Installation of one 138kV EPR underground cable circuit nearly 1,000 feet in length from the 138kV bus to a new 138-69kV transformer at Indian River Substation. The project required providing and installing a conduit system, cable, six 138kV terminations and accessories along with the cable testing upon completion of the installation.

LOUISVILLE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY, Louisville, KY
WAC mobilized and responded to a cable failure on a 69kV HPGF line. The work included removing the damaged cable, breaking down the existing splice, repairing the section of damaged pipe and installing two new splices.

SANTEE COOPER / BLUFFTON MARKETPLACE / BROAD CREEK CROSSING, Hilton Head Island, SC
Removal of 2,800 feet of underground 115 kV HPGF cable and installation of 2,800 feet of 8 inch pipe by Horizontal Directional Bore Construction and 115 kV HPGF cable under Broad Creek. The installation included six (6) terminations, one (1) three phase splice and a new Nitrogen gas monitoring cabinet. Completed in April 2009.

JOHN KERR POWERHOUSE / ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Boydton, VA
Repair of Service Tap Failure on 115kV line that included installation and replacement of 250 feet of 115kV cable and one 115kV termination along with the removal of the damaged components.

PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS, Waldwick, NJ
WAC mobilized and responded to a cable fault on a 230kV HPFF circuit after being awarded the repair contract through a competitive bid. WAC crews applied two (2) freezes to the damaged line, removed 2,700 feet of cable, repaired the pipe at the location of the fault, installed 2,700 feet of new cable and performed two (2) splices.

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Arlington, VA
Relocation of six 230 kV HPFF SF6 terminations. The work included replacing the terminations, splicing and a required freeze for each cutover.

CITY OF CLEVELAND PUBLIC POWER, Cleveland, OH
Repair of a dig-in on a 69kV HPFF circuit which included removing the damaged section of cable, repairing the damaged section of pipe, installing a new 69kV buried splice and replacing all of the lost / evacuated fluid.

SOUTHWEST PUBLIC SERVICE / XCEL ENERGY, Amarillo, TX
Removal of approximately 1,000 circuit feet of 115kV HPFF cable, 200 feet of pipe, 2 terminations and 2 trifurcators within Nichols' Substation. The remaining pipe was drained, swabbed, capped and abandoned in place.

EPCOR UTILITIES, INC., Edmonton, AB, Canada
WAC's Canadian subsidiary was awarded and completed a project rebuilding four (4) 72kV HPFF splices, working through Thanksgiving in order to finish on schedule and before the onset of a long and hard Canadian Winter.

COMPLETED IN 2008

BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC, Baltimore, MD
WAC mobilized to support BGE in an emergency response to a 115 kV XLPE cable failure. WAC worked around the clock to remove the damaged sections of cable, re-install new cable and complete the necessary splices.

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Petersburg, VA
Installation of six 69 kV XLPE terminations for a temporary underground tie.

JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITY KING'S AVENUE SUBSTATION, Jacksonville, FL
Installation of two 138 kV XLPE circuits that included making the terminations.

SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC & GAS, Charleston, SC
Installation of a 115 kV HPGF circuit from Thomas Island Substation to Hobcaw Substation. The circuit utilized two separate cable pulls greater than 5,000 feet. The total circuit length is 4.5 miles long.

NSTAR ELECTRIC & GAS 345 kV PROJECT, Boston, MA
Certification of 18 miles of 8 inch pipe including some modifications of the existing pipe along with the removal of 1 mile of 345 kV HPFF cable. Installation of 18 miles of 345 kV HPFF cable with splicing and terminations. The work utilized the use of a new technology to precisely survey the existing buried pipe.

NSTAR ELECTRIC & GAS BRIGHTON REPAIR WORK, Boston, MA
Repair of the faulted 115 kV HPFF circuit included installation of unique pre-bent pipe spools to minimize required hard rock removal and the duration of the necessary outage.

NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY / GILBOA, Gilboa, NY
Replacement of two 1,200 foot 345 kV HPFF pipe type cable circuits at the Blenheim-Gilboa power plant located in Gilboa, NY. The existing cables were removed and new 345 kV HPFF circuits were installed. The project included 12 terminations and two splices.

NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY / GILBOA EMERGENCY WORK, Gilboa, NY
As a result of a cable failure, two 345 kV HPFF pipe type cable circuits were removed and two new 1,200 foot long circuits were installed. The project included 12 terminations and two splices.

We ENERGIES, Milwaukee, WI
Removed 1,000 feet of 138 kV HPFF cable and fluid including six terminations and splices. The pipe was capped and abandoned.

PECO, Philadelphia, PA
Rerouted fluid supply lines on four existing 115 kV HPFF cable circuits to allow for substation expansion.

JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITY KING'S AVENUE SUBSTATION, Jacksonville, FL
Installation of four 138 kV HPFF circuits terminating in the new substation. The project required the modification of two existing circuits to be tied into the new substation with 4 three-phase splices and 4 three-phase terminations.

EPCOR, EPCOR, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Installation of six 69 kV HPFF stop joints.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
Replaced nine 230 kV HPFF SF6 terminations at Alabama Avenue, including replacing the cable and splicing.

JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITY REPAIR WORK, Jacksonville, FL
WAC responded to a 69 kV HPFF "dig in" in Jacksonville, FL. The scope of work included the isolation of the damaged section from the remaining portion of the circuit.

COMPLETED IN 2007

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
Installation of two 5.6 mile 69 kV EPR Solid Dielectric circuits from Benning Rd Substation to the NE Substation in Washington DC.

SUMITOMO ELECTRIC, Albany, NY
Installation of a first of a kind 34 kV Superconductor cable for a joint project with DOE, Niagara Mohawk, SuperPower and Sumitomo. The cable is cold dielectric design with all three phases in one cryostat. The cable is 3.5 times the length of any previously installed HTS cable. In addition, it was the first installation in a standard utility underground right-of-way.

JACKSONVILLE ELECTRIC AUTHORITY, Jacksonville, FL
WAC replaced 3 69 kV HPFF terminations. WAC and USi also performed an inspection of JEA's UG HPFF system.

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER, Arlington, VA
Replacement of a pressurization plant on an existing HPFF circuit. The replacement was conducted without any outages in a constrained 230 kV substation using a custom built rail / turntable system to move the pumping plants.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Washington DC
Installation of two 230 kV HPFF circuits from Oxon Hill, MD to Blue Plains Sewage Facility in Washington DC. The circuits are 5.6 miles long.

MEMPHIS LIGHT, GAS & WATER, Memphis, TN
Reconductoring of a 115 kV HPFF circuit in Memphis, TN. The circuit is 2 miles long.

ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE / USi, Phoenix, AZ
Installation of spare HPFF pipes at the Light Rail Crossings.

COMPLETED IN 2006

NORTHEAST UTILITIES, Norwalk, CT
Installation of two 345 kV HPFF circuits from Bethel to Norwalk, Connecticut, a distance of 10 miles. This was a turnkey project and included procurement of all materials as well as construction activities.

ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE / USi, Phoenix, AZ
Installation of a heat exchanger and modification of a pumping plant to increase ampacity of an existing 230kV HPFF pipe type circuit.

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT KNOWLTON SUBSTATION, Miami, FL
Turn key project that involved the cutover of two 115kV HPFF circuits into a new substation.

COMMONWEALTH EDISON/ KENNY CONSTRUCTION, Chicago, IL
WAC completed the cutover of four 138kV HPFF and two 138kV XLPE circuits into the new SF6 Grenshaw Substation.

GEORGIA POWER, Atlanta, GA
The repair of the underground splice sleeves on GA Power's underground HPFF system.

DC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Washington DC
Rebuilt the entire StreetLight system including civil work and restoration as part of the Mount Pleasant I & II Street Light Replacement Contract in NW Washington, DC between January, 2003 and February, 2006.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT, Washington DC
Installed a fiber ring network to all Washington DC Government facilities including Police, Fire, EMS, Schools, DDOT, etc.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Montgomery County, MD
Successfully managed a six year contract for the installation, maintenance and repair of public space, street, alley and pedestrian lighting on behalf of PEPCO in Montgomery County, MD.

COMPLETED IN 2005

NORTHEAST UTILITIES, Uncasville, CT
Repair of a 138kV HPFF circuit that had an electrical failure. The repair included the emergency replacement of pipe, cable, terminations and making new splices.

INTERNATIONAL TRANSMISSION CO., Detroit MI
Completed the reconductoring of approximately 7.5 miles of conventional 345kV HPFF pipe cable with LPP cable. Work included removal of all existing cable and accessories and installation of new cable, splices and terminations.

BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC, Baltimore, MD
Performed emergency repairs to a 110kV pipe cable damaged by pile driving operations for building construction in downtown Baltimore.

CALDWELL MARINE / SOUTHERN MARYLAND ELECTRIC COOP, Solomons Island, MD
Assisted Caldwell Marine on the emergency replacement of a damaged 69kV XLP submarine cable. Temporary cable was installed and spliced to provide temporary repairs while permanent replacement cable was manufactured.

COMMONWEALTH EDISON / KENNY CONSTRUCTION, Chicago, IL
Emergency repair for ComED after several HPFF and XLP circuits at Fisk Generating Station were damaged by fire.

COMPLETED IN 2004

COMMONWEALTH EDISON, Chicago, IL
Installation of approximately 6.5 miles of 345kV HPFF LPP pipe cable. Work included cable installation, splicing and terminating. Pipe installation was completed previously by Others.

CITY OF CLEVELAND, Cleveland, OH
Replacement of two 175 ft. pipe bridges that supported two 69kV HPFF circuits. The two circuits had to remain in service while the bridges were removed and replaced. In a separate project, an HPFF pumping plant was replaced.

POTOMAC ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Georgetown, DC
Installation and repair of 13kV underground distribution circuits. Replacement of primary & secondary underground cables in Georgetown. This is a three year project.

AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER, Columbus, OH
Relocation of 1,400 ft. of HPFF pipe cable circuit. Project includes direct burial of the pipe across the Scioto River.

ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE / USi, Phoenix, AZ
Modified existing pumping plant to increase ampacity on one HPFF pipe cable circuit.

We ENERGIES, Milwaukee, WI
Relocation of two 138kV HPFF pipe cable circuits from Lakeside Substation to Norwich Substation.

SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC & GAS, Columbia, SC
Installation, by directional drilling an 115kV HPGF circuit across the Beaufort River. The cable pull and directional drill was approximately 4,000 ft. long.

DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER COMPANY, Norfolk, VA
Installation of two 3,100 ft. 230 kV HPFF pipe cable circuits and associated hydraulic equipment.