Our distribution design and engineering teams work together to bring energy to the most rural farm operations to the highest city high rises in any topography or climate. We strive to understand our clients’ goals and transform their needs into reliable and efficient power delivery solutions. Our licensed engineers and designers bring a diverse range of industry experience to configure even the most complex projects with proficiency.
We know every project varies in intricacy and scale. Distribution through open cornfields requires a different approach than distribution through mountainous terrain. Our dedicated and experienced team creates harmonious designs while collaborating with electric utilities to ensure sound overhead and underground facilities, as well fiber optic network designs.
- Single & Multi-Phase Line Design
- Underground Line Design
- Foreign Utility Transfer Design
- Simple Service Design
- Smart Grid Upgrades
- Line Reconductoring
- Power Space Fiber Optic Design
- Underground Low-Tension Network Design
- Cost Estimates & Bill of Materials
- Make-Ready Design
- Structure Design & Load Analysis
- Asset Management & Inspection
- Pole Foreman
- PolyWater Pull Planner
- Arc/FM Designer
Distribution solutions are unique based on the circumstances of your specific project. Our experienced team provides engineering designs of electrical facilities ranging from 2kV to 69kV of single phase, two phase, and three phase line designs while also meeting clearance requirements NESC, NEC, Cable TV, and Telephone Company requirements. No challenge is too big or small.
- Design & Construction Specifications
- Current/Future Loading Analysis
- Construction Support
- Smart Grids
- Fiber Optics
- Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI)
- Power Quality & Reliability Studies
With several offices and professional expertise in nearly all of the US, we have what it takes to support wind, solar, energy storage, and power delivery projects across the country.
Professional services for projects in North Carolina are provided by Westwood Infrastructure, Inc.