Modular High Voltage Substation Control Buildings

Alberta, Canada


Project Scope

  • Skid/building design and fabrication
  • Electrical integration system
  • Uninterrupted power supply
  • Distribution and control panels
  • HVAC design and installation
  • Project management
  • Engineering and design
  • Field re-assembly (electrical and building)

Overview

This project demonstrates the advantages of a modular approach to the fabrication and installation of substation equipment.

Tarpon supplied six (6) 5 kV/480 V Motor Controlled Centres (MCC) buildings, UPS battery bank and charger system, AC/DC distribution panels and HVAC units. The MCCs were constructed to meet: NEMA ICS33-322, UL845, CSA, IEC 439-1 and ISO 9001 requirements.

With the high-level approach in customer communication, standardization of design and weekly progress meetings, Tarpon showcased its ability to manage and execute even the most complex projects.

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Modular High Voltage Buildings

Modular High Voltage Control Buildings