MIDWEST TRANSMISSION PROJECT
Location: Multiple Counties, Missouri
Completion Date: Ongoing Project
Phillips & Jordan Role: Prime Contractor
The Midwest Transmission Project consists of the installation of a new 345 kV transmission line extending approximately 180 miles between the Sibley Generating Station located in Missouri and the Nebraska City Substation located in Nebraska. The project is a partnership between Kansas City Power & Light and the Omaha Public Power District. The purpose of the Midwest Transmission Project is to enable the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) to integrate their East and West regions and improve the ability of SPP members to deliver power to their customers and facilitate the addition of renewable and non-renewable generation sources to the electric grid.
Work scope elements being performed by Phillips & Jordan include clearing of a 150 foot wide right-of-way along 135 miles primarily located in Missouri, installation and maintenance of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) measures during clearing and transmission line construction activities, and restoration of areas disturbed during clearing and construction activities. Phillips & Jordan is responsible for environmental compliance and adherence to permit requirements along the 135 mile transmission line corridor, and has assembled a skilled team of professionals to manage the SWPPP and restoration requirements.
POWER MARKET SECTOR
Delivery • Generation
Phillips & Jordan is one of the nation’s largest right-of-way (ROW) clearing and access contractors that has established itself as a leader in turnkey ROW and renewable civil services primarily related to transmission line construction/maintenance and substation construction.