The Electric Power Board of Chattanooga contracted with Gresham Smith to provide design services for the relocation of a section of overhead 13kV distribution facilities and overhead fiber optic facilities to accommodate a Tennessee Department of Transportation roadway widening project along Apison Pike in Hamilton County, Tennessee.

Our design included installation of single, double and triple-circuit framing utilizing a mixture of 1033 AAC open-wire conductor and 1033 AAC spacer (bundled) cable as well more than 60,000 linear feet of fiber optic cables ranging from 2-count fiber to 423-count fiber. During design, the team had to account for several new bridge crossings and a complex arrangement that required tying in the proposed overhead relocation into multiple underground exit circuits from an existing 69kV/13kV substation that was impacted by the roadway project. We also provided construction inspection services for the installation of the new facilities and removal of existing facilities on the project.

Client

Electric Power Board of Chattanooga

Location

Chattanooga, TN

Project Type

Transportation

Services

Engineering

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Rick Yeager
Rick Yeager
Utility Design Practice Leader