Substations

Coal Creek and Dickinson

Coal Creek and Dickinson

Scope

Michels Power, Inc. was contracted to completely reconstruct an HVDC Substation and AC to DC Converter System to increase grid reliability and reduce power loss. Michels Power scope of work included demolition of the existing thyristor valves and associated equipment, demolition of the existing air-cooled equipment, and removal of DC substation equipment. Once removed, crews assembled and installed new thyristor valves, a new liquid-cooled system for valves, control and relay upgrades, and new DC substation equipment, including bus work, DC breakers, surge arresters, reactors, DCCTs and DC Optical CTs.

Michels Power designed and built shoring for underneath the main floor in the converter stations. Given the short outage window and the tight work space, Michels Power also pre-built the new valves in a large heated tent prior to bringing them inside the building.

At the Dickinson substation, an 80-foot by 308-foot heated tent was installed to pre-build the valves. At the Coal Creek substation, a 100-foot by 350-foot pole shed was used. The pre-building of the valves took several months to complete.

  • Michels Power, Inc. was contracted to completely reconstruct an HVDC Substation and AC to DC Converter System to increase grid reliability and reduce power loss.

Projects

Michels engineered, procured and constructed a 230kV/115kV subtation in upstate New York.

Substations

Eastover Road Substation EPC

New York

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Eastover Road Substation EPC

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.

Substations

Pennsylvania substation

Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania substation

The Raccoon Trail project was an engineer, procure and construct contract that Michels Power, Inc. was responsible for all of the facets of that project.  All equipment with the exception of the 345kV circuit breakers were procured by Michels Power, Inc.

Substations

Raccoon Trail

Iowa

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Raccoon Trail

Michels Power, Inc. performed demolition and construction services for a new 161kV bay, three breaker installations with associated cabling, and other electric equipment installation and wiring.

Substations

Newport Clenera Interconnection

Iowa

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Newport Clenera Interconnection

Substations

Boise Load Addition

Washington

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Boise Load Addition

Substations

Windsor OCB Replacement

Connecticut

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Windsor OCB Replacement

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