32nd Street Naval Station, San Diego, CA

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SCOPE OF WORK

This project, located on the 32nd Street Naval Station in San Diego, reconfigured and extended Circuit M2/M9. The reconfiguring and extension allowed for Pad 49 & Pad 662 to be supplied by the Naval Station’s electrical utilities instead of the public utilities of San Diego Gas & Electric.

The project provided a four-way switch, concrete equipment pads and upgraded underground distribution systems. It included repairs to concrete encased duct banks, conductors, manholes, and utilities control system (UCS) monitoring. The upgraded underground distribution system was routed around the perimeter of Building 3187.

VALUE DELIVERED

Dynalectric was the prime contractor on this project. It was completed successfully on budget and within the 25 month construction schedule.

BACKGROUND

32nd Street Naval Base, or Naval Base San Diego, is the largest base of the United States Navy on the west coast of the United States. This base is the principal homeport of 54 ships and over 120 commands. It consists of 13 piers stretched over 977 acres of land and 326 acres of water. The total population can reach upwards of 28,000 personnel (military and civilian).

MILITARY
 

OPERATING COMPANY:
Dynalectric - San Diego

CLIENT:
NAVFAC Southwest

ARCHITECT:
N/A

ENGINEER:
The Engineering Partners

 

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