Client:
City of Madison

Madison, SD

Key Features:

  • 10 MW Diesel Generation Plant
  • Five 2,000 kW, 13.8 kV generator sets
  • Combined generation plant and substation project

Key Experience:

  • The Responsibility and involvement in all phases of the project, from project feasibility to final testing and checkout.
  • Designing both a generation plant and a substation into one project, in order that certain facilities could be shared and construction efficiencies could be realized.
  • Design of a fully automated generation control system and interface with the City’s SCADA system.

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The project included full services for the construction of a new generation plant and substation.  Cost savings for the Owner were achieved by combining a substation project and a generation plant project, in order that shared facilities could be constructed.

DGR services for this project included project feasibility, environmental permitting, engineering design, material procurement, and construction administration.

 

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