Circuit Breaker Replacement
For enhanced reliability, PPL made the critical decision to upgrade an aging 69 kilovolt (kV) circuit breaker at its Harrisburg combustion turbine facility, which supports the city’s demand for electricity. The new, sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) gas circuit breaker is cost-effective and strengthens performance of the facility’s electrical systems.
Engineering, Power, Engineering: Power, Power: Power Delivery
First Energy Substation Design
Whippany and Montville, New Jersey
Serving 6 million customers from the Jersey Shore to the Ohio Valley, FirstEnergy Corporation continues to modernize its infrastructure to meet 21st century demands. Gannett Fleming is supporting this effort through ongoing substation engineering design services. The project covers the full range of activities, including electrical, structural, and civil design...
Goethals Switching Station
New York, New York
In an effort to increase load capacity and meet the needs of its customers, Con Edison hired Gannett Fleming to provide design and support services to separate two legs – L&M – of the G23 345 kilovolt feeder. The feeders are underground, oil filled, pipe-type cables. Major substation renovations at the...
Corporate/Industrial, Facilities: Electrical, Engineering, Power, Engineering: Power, Power: Power Delivery
Lenox-Lewis Transmission Line Rebuild
County, New Jersey
After Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy caused widespread power outages and damage to electrical infrastructure in southern New Jersey, Atlantic City Electric embarked on a major effort to upgrade its power distribution system. Since the storms, the utility has invested heavily in infrastructure improvements to increase system resiliency and ensure...
Mill Electrical Substation Upgrade
Galloway Township, New Jersey
To meet the growing demand for power and support ongoing efforts to improve reliability, we provided structural design services for Atlantic City Electric’s Mill Substation.
Our work involved both review and design services, including developing a substation configuration that provides a high degree of reliability, operability, and maintainability for the power...
New Jersey TRANSIT Substation Replacements
Kearny, Hoboken, and Bay Head, New Jersey
Hurricane Sandy's massive size and larger-than-expected storm surge caused unprecedented flooding and damage to transit systems, knocking trees into tracks and transmission lines and flooding stations and maintenance yards. In the aftermath of the storm, Gannett Fleming has been working with New Jersey TRANSIT to support rebuilding efforts of six...
Engineering, Power, Engineering: Power, Power: Power Delivery, Transportation: Transit & Rail
NJ Transit Mason Substation Replacement
Kearny, New Jersey
The third largest bus, rail, and light-rail transit system in the U.S., NJ Transit provides 270 million passenger rides each year across a service area that covers 5,325 square miles. The safety and reliability of the NJ Transit rail fleet is maintained at the Meadows Maintenance Complex (MMC), one of...
PSE&G Substation Circuit Breaker Replacement
Various Locations in Northern New Jersey
Throughout the U.S., power transmission and distribution infrastructure is aged and congested. High- and low-voltage power lines that deliver electricity from power plants to homes and businesses are struggling to meet increasing demand. To provide reliable, safe power that meets consumer demand, the Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G),...
Corporate/Industrial, Facilities: Electrical, Engineering, Engineering: Facilities, Power, Engineering: Power, Power: Power Delivery
W64 and W79 Transmission Corridor Towers
County, New York
In support of load capacity and resiliency measures, Con Edison hired Gannett Fleming to perform an analysis of the W64 and W79 transmission corridor towers in Westchester County, New York. The analysis helps to determine the extent and feasibility of reinforcing the towers to meet defined load criteria, as well...
Corporate/Industrial, Engineering, Power, Engineering: Power, Power: Power Delivery
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