Location: New Jersey
Description: The SRP provided required upgrades to the region’s power infrastructure, portions of which date back to the 1930’s. Along with two new 230kV overhead transmission circuits, the project consisted of three new 230kV underground circuits that delivered improved electrical reliability and reduce transmission system congestion for businesses and homes throughout southern New Jersey. The project included a 10-mile circuit from PSE&G’s Gloucester Switching Station in Gloucester City, to Atlantic City Electric’s Mickleton Substation near Mantua Creek in Gibbstown, and a two-mile circuit from PSE&G’s Camden Switching Station in Pennsauken to the Port Richmond Substation in Philadelphia.
Completion Date: 2015
Work Performed By: Harlan Electric Company, a subsidiary of MYR Group
Client: Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G)