That's what we do at Barnard. Whether we're raising a dam in Alaska, constructing a reservoir in Florida, tunneling under downtown San Francisco, redirecting a river while building a complex hydropower plant in northern Manitoba, or strengthening and improving the integrity of a natural gas pipeline in a Sacramento suburb, our people arrive at our projects with a determination to do the best for their communities and be the best in the industry.
Our work also encompasses power transmission, marine, water and sewer pipeline, and environmental construction. Most often our projects include several of these elements. They always present a challenge. They affect our neighbors as well as our families. We live where we work, so we come to know our projects personally. We build for People.
"The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power on Sept. 29 marked the completion of the Barren Ridge Renewable Transmission Project, which will bring wind and solar energy from the Tehachapi Mountains and Mojave Desert areas to Los Angeles," Public Power Daily noted in a press release issued Sept. 29.More News
We start projects ahead of the game by having the same team that bids the work and plans the approach go into the field to carry it out, just as we did for the Lake Mead Intake No. 3 Low Lake Level Pumping Station Project. This cradle-to-grave approach leads to a quick start and a high quality end product.
Our teams strive to lead the pack in every field. Recently, Pacific Gas and Electric Company recognized this hard work, open communications and attention to safety and detail when selecting Barnard as its Supplier of the Year from among more than 4,000 companies providing PG&E with services and materials.