With the U.S. breaking record highs for power use, electric utilities are concerned about the challenges of ensuring a safe and reliable network while managing a fast-shifting landscape, including the impacts of storm events, regulatory and climate change legislation, and aging infrastructure.
Responding to these demands, Gannett Fleming’s geospatial technology...
Engineering, Information Technology: Geospatial, Information Technology, Power, Engineering: Power, Power: Support Services
Although most owners of water and power facilities have a high level of confidence in the structures they maintain, history has shown the need to be prepared in the event of an emergency. Gannett Fleming performed two tabletop exercises at the Oroville-Thermalito Complex to evaluate responses during simulated dam failures...
Water/Wastewater: Dams & Levees, Dams & Levees: Emergency Action Plans & EAP Exercises, Engineering, Power, Engineering: Power, Security & Safety, Power: Support Services, Water/Wastewater
St. Louis Gateway Arch Tram Hoist Control System Replacement
St. Louis, Missouri
Soaring 630 feet above the Mississippi River, the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, is the country’s tallest man-made national monument. Every day, inside the arch, a tram system transports up to 6,000 visitors to the top for a birds-eye view of the city. The system consists of two independent...
Facilities: Electrical, Engineering, Engineering: Facilities, Power, Power: Support Services
WMATA Solar Program Analysis
Committed to enhancing sustainability by reducing its carbon footprint, Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA) examined the feasibility of sourcing some of its power through solar energy. Gannett Fleming and Parsons Transportation Group joint venture (GFP), and facility management consulting firm Bluefin LLC, performed a quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) review...
Business and Technology Solutions, Business and Technology Solutions: Feasibility and Finance, Power: Support Services
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