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Staunton-Craigsville power lines

After nearly 10 decades of reliable service, a 14.6-mile section of electric transmission line built on galvanized steel lattice structures between Staunton and Craigsville substations needs to be replaced to maintain safety and electric reliability for over 2,500 Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) customers.

Benefits

  • Maintains current right of way
  • New structures located in the same general location as existing structures
  • Complies with mandatory standards to ensure safety and reliability and to meet future needs
  • Minimizes impact to the community and environment
  • Replaces aging infrastructure
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Overview

The Staunton-Craigsville Project will replace aging infrastructure that is at the end of its service life. The line will be rebuilt to current reliability standards, primarily using brown, weathering steel monopole structures.

Timeline

  • May 2021 – Announce project to community
  • Q2 2021–Q1 2022 – Develop project plans and coordinate with localities and stakeholders
  • February/March 2022 – Hold construction informational meeting with community
  • Spring 2022 – Begin construction
  • End of 2023 – Complete construction
  • Spring 2024 – Complete restoration
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