Imperial Solar Energy Center South & West Transmission Lines
The Dashiell Corporation constructed transmission lines to interconnect the Imperial Solar Energy Centers (ISEC) South and West to existing infrastructure. The ISEC South transmission line connected with existing Sempra and SDG&E transmission lines approximately 0.5 miles west of the ISEC South site. The ISEC West project connected at the Imperial Valley substation, approximately five miles south of the project site.
For the ISEC South transmission line, Fuscoe Engineering has prepared grading and erosion control plans for monopole work areas, spur roads from the existing access road and pulling sites for duct banks at the interconnection point. Fuscoe has also prepared the SWPPP and dust control plan.
For the ISEC West transmission line, Fuscoe participated with the team in a site walk reviewing the preliminary alignment and work areas against constraints, such as significant archaeological features, habitat for sensitive species and Army Corps of Engineers jurisdictional work within ACOE jurisdictional waters, including footprint of impact, plan and profile of proposed grading and limit of ACOE jurisdiction. Plans were provided to the client to assist in permit processing with the Corps and Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Fuscoe provided service for the ISEC West transmission line with preparation of grading and erosion control plans, access road plans and SWPPP for the project.
Imperial Valley, CA