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Substation Project Case Study in California

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Project Overview

Project Title:LA QUINTA JACKSON SUBSTATION PHASE 2
Estimated Value:$1,243,590
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Project Location

State:California
County:Riverside
City:LA Quinta
Address:Ave 50 & Jackson St

Project Type

Building Category:Substations, Power Stations
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Power Lines, Power Stations Construction Will Be Implemented In Two Phase, And In Two Separate Stages; Phas 1, To Be Done By IID Forces, Is Comprised Of All Civil, Site Grading, Concrete, Sub Grade Installation & Placement, Assembly & Readiness Of Transformers (3); 15kv Switchgear (3), Will Be Off Loaded & Positioned On Concrete Foundations; Phase 2, Encompasses All Steel Erection, Equipment Install, Cabling/Termination Equipment Grounding, Function Testing, Commissioning And System Acceptance Phase 2 (Electrical), Stage 1 & Stage 2, To Be Performed By The Contractor; The Phase 2 Construction Must Be Completed In Two Stages, With The First Stage Starting By May 14, 2007 & Finished, Accepted & Ready For Energization & Operational Commissioning By June 21, 2007; Stage 2, May Begin By June 4, 2007 Must Be Fully Completed, Accepted & Ready For Operational Commissioning By August 3, 2007