The Sunrise Powerlink Project was energized on June 17, 2012, connecting much-needed energy resources to San Diego across more than 100 miles of challenging desert terrain.
Burns & McDonnell was selected by Xcel Energy as the engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contractor for its Southwest Minnesota Wind Transmission Upgrade Project. The project consists of 86 miles of 345-kV and 39 miles of 115-kV transmission lines plus two new and two retrofit substations.
4MW Large Battery Storage at Presidio, Texas
Burns & McDonnell is providing program management, design, integration and construction management services for SMEPA’s state-wide, multi-year, digital microwave network.
The Smart Grid is the convergence of information and operational technology applied to the electric grid allowing sustainable options to customers and improved security, reliability and efficiency to utilities.
Burns & McDonnell is responsible for all substation and transmission line design and construction observation for the ITC Michigan Region 4 Thumb Loop Project.
Burns & McDonnell was selected by the Northeast Utilities Service Company (NUSCO) as Program Manager of the Middletown-Norwalk Bulk Transmission Project.
The Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E) Woodward District to Centennial project consists of approximately 35-miles of new 138-kV transmission to connect a new wind farm to OG&E’s power grid in northwestern Oklahoma.
Burns & McDonnell provided design services for Consolidated Edison’s four-mile duct-bank bank installation in city streets through residential, commercial, and light industrial areas heavy with parallel and crossing utilities.
T&D World recently hosted a roundtable on advanced technologies in transmission and distribution: Burns & McDonnell's projects and technology are featured here.
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