Owensboro Medical Health System
Construction of a new state of the art nine story hospital with approximately 780,000sqft under roof. Scope of work includes 15kv primary conduit and cable, 480volt paralleling switchgear, (4) 1500kw emergency generators with fuel farm, UPS, 480volt distribution from Central Utility Plant, normal/emergency/life safety branch and lighting circuiting, fire alarm, nurse call, HVAC controls, data/communication, CCTV, and security access systems. Project commenced September of 2010 and is due to be substantially completed by December 2012. Contract in excess of $11 million.
OMU 235Mva GSUT Replacement
Responsible for the replacement of Owensboro Municipal Utilities Unit 1 Generator Step Up Transformer at the Elmer Smith Station in Owensboro, Ky. This scope included receiving, inventorying and organizing the loose parts for the new transformer, dismantling the existing transformer and moving it to a storage area, expanding the existing concrete oil containment pit, installation of additional grounding, assembling the new GSUT, expanding and testing the fire protection deluge system, and assisting GE Prolac with testing and commissioning the new GSUT. Work was performed during a scheduled 2010 fall outage and was ready to come on line approximately three days ahead of schedule.
AMP Ohio Hydro-electric Cofferdam Cannelton Project
Design/build temporary construction power for Kiewit/Traylor JV. Scope of work included the design and installation of 15kv primary and 480volt distribution through two different power distribution points totaling approximately 4000amps and another 2500amps of single phase distribution for power to construction trailers and maintenance tents. The two 480volt power distribution points were designed with emergency generator backup to keep mission critical dewatering wells functioning in the event of utility power outage. Further scope included the installation of power to the batch plant as well as the design/installation of batch plant controls and batch process automation. This work commenced in May of 2009 and was substantially completed by December of 2009.
FEMA Disaster Response 2009
In the wake of the ice storm that devastated Western Kentucky in 2009, Beltline was called on by FEMA to quickly mobilize a team of electricians, operators and equipment that could retrieve emergency generators from the staging area at Ft. Campbell, move and install the generators to locations as the calls came in from local authorities. The team was organized and ready to respond to FEMA's work orders within 12 hours and worked diligently in inclement and blackout conditions to assist the local communities throughout Western Kentucky.