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The project included full services for a 1.4 mile 115 kV line. The project required coordination with many different entities, including other power companies for coordinating the interconnection, and with a railroad company for right-of-way permitting, which included coordinating an inductive interference study.
DGR services for this project included permitting, coordinating the design survey, design, construction administration, construction staking, and resident project observation.
DGR provided a detailed arc flash hazard study for the electric distribution system for Milford Municipal Utilities. The study provided an easily updateable analysis of the primary distribution system, easy to understand tables for secondary systems, a detailed section by section analysis of the substation, as well as tabular results for the City’s water treatment facilities.
DGR utilizes a unique approach to arc flash studies to control cost as well as provide an easily updateable product to lessen the expense of future arc flash hazard study updates.
Our approach utilizes the latest Windmil® Modeling Software to develop a thorough electrical model of the system, allowing for more accurate analysis and lessening the need for overly cumbersome protective clothing.