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115 kV Electric Transmission Line Rebuild

Dominion Employees

Benefits

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

Timeline (View Full Timeline)

  • Spring 2022: Permitting
  • Summer 2022: Right of way surveying
  • August - December 2022: Preconstruction activities, including right of way clearing, road building to access structures, and danger tree work.
  • December 2022 - May 2024 - Phase 1: Tarboro to Shiloh

Contact Us

Call us M - F, 8am - 5pm

(888) 291-0190

Construction Related Impacts

Service Interruption

Your electric service is not expected to be impacted by this project.

Equipment Lifespan

60 Years

The equipment has been in service for 60 years and needs to be replaced.

Traffic

This project is not expected to impact traffic.

Noise

Noise levels will be moderate; permits are in place.

Construction Times

Daylight

Work will be completed during daytime, up to seven days a week.

Environment

This project will not have environmental impacts.

Neighborhoods

Access to surrounding neighborhoods will not be impacted.

Hunting

Hunting activities in the work zone may be impacted. During firearms deer season, crews work in and near the right of way where hunters may be active. Our crews will be wearing high-visibility work vests, so they are easy to see.

Project Outcomes

Single-circuit replacement structures are weathering steel monopoles and some H-frames.
Double-circuit replacement structures are weathering steel monopoles.
The average height of replacement structures is 64.5 feet, approximately 10 feet taller than original structure heights.

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