BEEF HOLLOW SUBSTATION, LEHI, UTAH
A new switchyard, including control house and switches; more efficient distribution of electricity to consumers and businesses; provision of connecting conduit, cables, and other materials vital to project success; construction completed according to stringent industry standards; high-quality site work and pre-commissioning; careful project planning to enable smooth, trouble-free delivery; specialized expertise to help ensure project success; on-time completion.
To construct a 138-kilovolt switchyard.
Since the developer had no experience with transmission and substation work, Wasatch Electric provided the expertise and experience. Working with the local utility, the developer, and other contractors, the company constructed the switchyard to stringent industry standards. During this process, small scheduling issues were worked out to everyone’s satisfaction, and other potential issues and conflicts were anticipated and
resolved early, enabling on-time project delivery.
The Beef Hollow switchyard provides switching for 138kV transmission lines.