PSE&G
  • Melick-Tully & Associates has provided geotechnical services to PSE&G on over 380 projects as they upgrade their infrastructure. Our services have included subsurface investigations for design of new substations, transmission towers, underground transmission lines and upgrades to existing stations impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
 
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The geotechnical investigations often require drilling in extremely difficult access areas and developing foundation design recommendations for:
  • Drilled piers
  • Micropiles
  • Shallow foundations with rock anchor tie-downs
 
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Challenges often involve installation of deep foundations in areas of limited headroom in the energized stations.
 
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We performed the geotechnical investigation for approximately 230 new transmission towers, many in excess of 150 feet in height, to replace the existing outdated 230 kV line along a span of approximately 46 miles from the Delaware River, across northern New Jersey to the Roseland Switching Station.
 
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Design and installation of drilled shaft foundations up to 12 feet in diameter were used to support the new tower structures along the Susquehanna-Roseland transmission line.
 
 
 
 
Melick-Tully and Associates, P.C.
 
PSE&G
  • Melick-Tully & Associates has provided geotechnical services to PSE&G on over 380 projects as they upgrade their infrastructure. Our services have included subsurface investigations for design of new substations, transmission towers, underground transmission lines and upgrades to existing stations impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
  • The geotechnical investigations often require drilling in extremely difficult access areas and developing foundation design recommendations for:
    • Drilled piers
    • Micropiles
    • Shallow foundations with rock anchor tie-downs
  • Challenges often involve installation of deep foundations in areas of limited headroom in the energized stations.
  • We performed the geotechnical investigation for approximately 230 new transmission towers, many in excess of 150 feet in height, to replace the existing outdated 230 kV line along a span of approximately 46 miles from the Delaware River, across northern New Jersey to the Roseland Switching Station.
  • Design and installation of drilled shaft foundations up to 12 feet in diameter were used to support the new tower structures along the Susquehanna-Roseland transmission line.
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