Power Foundations

Pennsylvania substation

Pennsylvania substation

Scope

Michels worked with an East Coast utility company to transform a 240-acre site on top of a closed coal mine into a 230kV electrical substation. Michels constructed 240 7-inch micropiles with rock sockets and drilled 190 shafts with rock sockets.

  • Michels worked with an East Coast utility company to transform a 240-acre site on top of a closed coal mine into a 230kV electrical substation. Michels constructed 240 7-inch micropiles with rock sockets and drilled 190 shafts with rock sockets.

Projects

Power Foundations

Sub 31 to 39 H-Frame Repair

Illinois

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Sub 31 to 39 H-Frame Repair

Michels worked from barges to drill shafts to 60 inches in diameter and 17 to 22 feet deep while rebuilding a transmission line toppled by Hurricane Irma.

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Line 4 Rebuild

Florida

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Line 4 Rebuild

Michels installed 27 concrete caisson foundations ranging from 7 to 10 feet in diameter and up to 64 feet in depth and 73 direct embed excavations 5 feet in diameter and up to 36 feet in depth to support Michels' construction of a transmission line.

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Parnell to Williamsburg Transmission Line

Iowa

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Parnell to Williamsburg Transmission Line

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