Longview Heights to Marshall Project
near Longview Texas
Client: American Electric Power
Sargent & Lundy EPC Joint Venture with EC Source Services
- Public outreach
- Engineering and design /procurement
- Construction, testing, and commissioning
The Longview Heights to Marshall Project near Longview, Tex., is being implemented to address potential overload of the existing 69-kV line during outages of interconnecting lines.
The overload issue will be resolved by rebuilding the transmission line from the Longview Heights substation to the Marshall substation.
- Modifications at two substations (Longview Heights and Marshall)
- Rebuilding 18 miles of 69kV line to 138kV
- Distribution underbuild
The execution of this project was performed as a Joint Venture entity called ECSL. Sargent & Lundy is providing the project management, public outreach support, procurement, and engineering & design for these projects. EC Source is providing the construction services.
The engineering work began in March 2016. Construction started in October 2016 and complete March 2018.
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For information about EC Source, go to ecsourceservices.com.
For information about American Electric Power, go to www.aep.com.
Additional information on the infrastructure program projects:
69kV & 138kV Infrastructure Improvement Projects in Six States: Project Profile