August Member Highlight- Gannett Fleming

August Member Highlight- Gannett Fleming

Posted at September 14, 2017 | By : | Categories : Press Release |
August Member Highlight
New Jersey Energy Coalition
Member since 2012
Gannet Fleming is a global infrastructure and engineering firm that provides progressive solutions for power, transportation, earth sciences, geospatial, water and facilities projects. Founded in 1915, their experience spans 65 countries and thousands of successful projects. Their 2,000 employees deliver excellence in planning, design, technology, and construction services from more than 60 offices around the world. They are ISO 9001:2008 certified, which assures clients that they meet the most rigorous and independently audited quality standards.
Gannet Fleming’s Power Services Group is a world-class team of proven experts in power delivery, instrumentation and control, traction power, and renewable energy. Their integrated power services range from project siting and permitting to turnkey construction and start up. They work with their clients to modernize aging infrastructure and design new systems that meet the growing demand for power. With every assignment, they consistently execute and deliver solutions that are compatible with their high standards of excellence, quality, and safety.
Many of their professionals are veterans of the power industry, giving them the expertise to meet their clients’ needs for dependable, mission-critical services. When it comes to project delivery, they have an excellent track record of teaming with contractors to provide complete engineering, procurement, and construction and design-build services.
Their Power professionals are located in offices around the country, including a strong, local presence in New Jersey to serve the area’s utilities quickly and efficiently. Recent projects include:
– Design engineering services for Atlantic City Electric Company’s Pine Hill-Terrace Transmission Improvement project. Currently under construction, the project team is rebuilding 7 miles of the existing 69 kilo-volt line from the Pine Hill Substation to Terrace Substation in Galloway Township. The work also includes replacing the wood poles with steel structures to withstand current loads on the line.
-Renovations and facility updates at 20 Public Service Electric and Gas switchyards. Their design services are helping the energy company comply with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection plan to improve power system security. Work includes replacement of station light and power systems, lighting, doors, window and vent security screens, as well as new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for control houses.
-Working with New Jersey TRANSIT to rebuild stronger, more-resilient substations at three project sites. The goal is to replace entire substations impacted by Hurricane Sandy and to incorporate resiliency measures intended to withstand sever weather events in the future. Improvements include elevating structures to protect against storm surges; installing emergency generators; and improving capacity.