Anderson Municipal Light & Power
The previous 13.8 kV line was upgraded to a new 34.5 kV single circuit subtransmission line and additional 13.8 kV distribution feeders were added to accommodate equipment upgrades at interconnected substations.
HEAR IT FROM THE CLIENT
“The project went great and ran smoothly!”
-Kevin Karr, Anderson Municipal Light & Power
The flagship station was originally constructed with one, 13.8 kV line, feeding a food processing plant and high tech industrial campus, interconnected to IMPA and Roosevelt transmission lines, and distribution circuits near the IMPA Anderson Generation Peaking plant.
As the city planned for business growth, it required new 34.5 kV single circuit sub-transmission line (built to 69 kV standards), and 13.8 kV distribution feeders to accommodate equipment upgrades at the flagship and IMPA plant substations. Spectrum Engineering Corporation was awarded this large project to expand two substations and add a new line between the locations.
Below are key engineering and construction support services provided to ensure a smooth process between owner, engineer, contractor, and vendors:
This expansion proved critical as the city planned and now attracts, retains, and grows their business sector.