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Our Transmission & Distribution construction division, offers a broad range of services, from new installations to maintenance and emergency restoration.
Our unique team approach promotes communication and trust so that every project exceeds industry safety and quality standards. No matter how rugged the terrain or adverse the conditions, we innovate to deliver energy when and where it’s needed for a safer, more reliable grid.
We are addressing the need for infrastructure networks to support the changing energy landscape and growth in the renewable and utility energy sectors. We provide EPC and construction services for utility and renewable energy clients. We self-perform all aspects of construction and our crews have extensive experience on projects up to 500kV.
Our distribution services connect people and businesses to the energy they need. Our experienced team is able to take on large and complex distribution program work of underground and overhead distribution lines from 12kV to 69kV for utility, cooperative and industrial clients.
Substation EPC and construction has been our core strength of our business, and we continue to work to provide a safer and more reliable electrical grid. We support utility, renewable and municipal clients with greenfield and brownfield projects and self-perform nearly all aspects of construction. Our crews have experience working on projects up to 500kV.
Our US crews are constantly on the move, ready to support storm and emergency needs throughout the country. We have years of experience working in unpredictable and often unstable conditions to meet the needs of those impacted by natural disasters.
In 2017, RES completed two major scopes at Invenergy’s Santa Rita wind project in Reagan County, Texas. The 300MW project included 20 miles of 345kV transmission line from the project substation to the LCRA-owned interconnecting switchyard. The project included 34.5kV collection system and a stand-alone 34.5kV to 345kV substation.
Our transmission line crews removed over 1,200 cubic yards of some of the hardest rock on the continent; two Soilmec SR45 and one SR75 drills were mobilized to site to work nearly non-stop to complete excavation. Late deliveries and seventeen weather days during the most critical three months of construction impeded the crew’s construction abilities, however, they completed the final seven miles of transmission line without incident. Despite all challenges and delays, the hardworking crews at Santa Rita managed to deliver the project ahead of schedule.