In power transmission, we construct, rebuild, upgrade, and reconductor high voltage transmission lines and substations. Historically, Barnard has worked with more than 25 utility clients, many under repeat contracts. In recent years, that work has come to include power transmission and substation projects. We have built a team that combines some of our long-term professionals well practiced in our management style, our aggressive scheduling, and our focus on safety and quality with highly experienced, well respected technicians who’ve joined Barnard for a growth opportunity. At Barnard, we know how to build relationships with landowners as well as owners, so that when the work is complete, every stakeholder views the project as a success.
Barnard’s Electric Transmission Group is assisting the California DWR in moving two double-circuit 230kV lines that traversed the threatened Oroville Dam by installing a Temporary Shoofly.
Barnard is constructing a greenfield 100/50kV substation in support of Phase One of NorthWestern Energy’s program to upgrade rural transmission lines in southcentral Montana.
Sixty-two miles of new transmission line in Southern California now allows LADWP to bring renewable energy into its power portfolio.
The potential for hostile weather and the local communities’ dependence on power transferred through this line set the incredibly aggressive 90-day schedule for this 22-mile 161kV rebuild project.
Crossing over some of Los Angeles’ busiest highways to upgrade an existing 230kV transmission line required careful planning and close, continuous communication with stakeholders.
Upgrading 138kV power lines across 22 miles of North Texas meant working around a variety of constituents who operate on completely different schedules.