Entergy/Ampirical Solutions - University of Mississippi Medical Center Area Solution Project
University of Mississippi Medical Center Area Solution Project
This project involves the demolition of approximately 4.9 miles of existing single circuit transmission line and new construction of 2.0 miles of double circuit 115kV transmission line and 2.5 miles of single circuit 115kV transmission line along the same corridor. The location of the project is in a heavily populated urban area. UCS has taken many precautions to protect our workers and the general public during construction. The transmission line features large diameter drilled pier foundations and direct embedded strucutures. The goal of this project is to provide greater reliability for Mississippi's largest and only level 1 trauma hospital.
Entergy/Burns & McDonnell - Port Arthur Reliability Improvement Project
Port Arthur Reliability Improvement Project
This project consists of new construction of 12 miles of 230kV transmission line & structures connecting the new Garden & Legend substations in Port Arthur, TX. Direct embed monopole structures were utilized for tangent structures. Drilled pier foundations were utilized for angles and dead-ends (approximately 30). This project featured numerous cut-ins to the new substations, marsh work, and included approximately 400 pipeline crossings. UCS provided Turn-Key construction of the entire Tranmission Line and completed the project on time and under-budget by providing Safe, Reliable, Cost-Effective, and Productive services. .
Entergy/Ampirical Solutions - Jefferson Parish Reliability Improvement Project
Jefferson Parish Reliability Improvement Project
This project consisted of demolition of existing lattice & monopole structures, removal of existing transmission line, installation of vibratory caission foundations, installation of drilled pier foundations as large as 96"x72'. Installation of approximately 14 miles of 230kV Tranmission Lines (Single & Bundle). UCS utilized marsh equipment to complete the work on schedule and under budget in South Louisiana. Work was completed at seven different substations to tie in all new construction.