Brink Constructors, Inc. has been awarded a contract from Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) to construct about 60 miles of new power line. Construction on the Hoskins to Neligh Project involves a combination of 345kV and 115kV lines near Norfolk, Nebraska. Construction will begin about April 1st and projected completion is May 22, 2016.
January 14, 2015, Rapid City
Brink Constructors, Inc. was recently awarded contracts on several new projects. We have begun construction this month on the following projects:
– Brink power line crews have begun work for Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) to install fiber optic on 70 miles of existing power line in Nebraska from Gerring to Sidney. Another part of the project to be started later is south of Colorado Springs, Colorado to Poncha Springs in the mountains, a 90 mile project.
– Construction has begun on a project for Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO) to replace 18 miles of 161kV power line from Guthrie Center to Anita in west central Iowa.
– Brink’s substation division began work on a Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) new 138kV four-terminal switch station in central Oklahoma near Lindsay.
Brink also has been awarded two multi-year contracts:
– The first is with Platte River Power Authority to perform line maintenance and new construction in 2015, including 25 miles of fiber optic installation, and for optional work for four additional years on existing power lines near Fort Collins, Colorado.
– The second is a three year contract with PacifiCorp in Portland, Oregon to perform work as requested for one of their three subsidiaries. PacifiCorp delivers electricity to customers in Oregon, Washington, California, Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho.
December 3, 2014, Rapid City
Mid-Kansas Electric Company discussed the Ellsworth-to-Bushton project in their Fall 2014 newsletter, The Current. You can read the article on page two of the the newsletter. Download the first 2 pages of the newsletter below: