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As part of a major compressor upgrade project, a natural gas distribution utility client is installing new infrastructure at their station, including a compressor plant, natural gas generators, operations building, and power distribution centers. The new generators will replace the existing generators to provide power to the entire station, and one of the aging plants will be decommissioned. The end state of the project will have both new and existing equipment, so the power and control systems need to be integrated for a cohesive compressor station. This requires migration of power to existing loads at the current compressor plants and auxiliary equipment from existing motor control centers to the new power distribution centers fed from the new generators. The controls and communications from the existing plants will also need to be migrated to the new operations building, to allow station operations staff to monitor and control the entire station from one central hub. Cannon provided project engineering, electrical design, instrumentation & controls design, foundations and structural design, construction drawing development, specifications and quotes for long-lead equipment, and material take-offs to support the project front end engineering and design (FEED). 

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Blythe, California

Natural Gas

Electrical Engineering