Substation Civil and Electrical Design

HV Substation Civil and Electrical Design

Substation Civil and Electrical Design

Substation Civil and Electrical Design – Our High Voltage design team is ready to provide high voltage electrical substation civil and electrical design, layout and installation. We cover all aspects of the electrical substation design, from the initial planning and surveys to the project management of plant construction and live installations.

Our HV engineers are highly experienced in developing value engineering solutions and electrical substation design options that are both practical and cost effective.

Our Civil and Electrical Design Services:

We will assess the risks associated with civil and structural works, typically the basis for transformers, design, trenching, cable entries and other relevant activities. Our priority is to mitigate any associated risks during the project preparation stage.

Pre-substation planning and the assessment of engineering options is carried out to mitigate associated electrical substation project risks. We do this by completing site surveys, assessing and evaluating environmental issues such as ground conditions and the condition of the current infrastructure in order to provide the optimum layout solution.

Our HV engineering team is also able to provide technical reporting services for initial project estimates required for project acceptance.

We have a well proven track record, low-risk profile and are engineering teams’ highly knowledgeable experience has been developed over 40 years.

Our previous substation experience ranges from distribution substations, including transformers and ring main units, circuit breaker switchboards, GIS substations at 11kV, 33kV and up to 132kV.

Our engineers develop cost effective options that deliver on-time, performed to plan, quality installations, ensuring change is minimised and any associated impacts.

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