Description: The two-year, $217 million job is one of MYR Group’s largest projects. The project is part of the Competitive Renewable Energy Zone (CREZ), which was designed to move wind-generated electricity from West Texas and the Texas Panhandle to densely populated areas such as Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio.
The project involved construction of approximately 235 miles of double-circuit 345kV transmission line across several counties located throughout the Texas Panhandle. The 1,400 structures included a mix of lattice and monopole steel towers ranging from 140 to 200 feet tall.
Great Southwestern was the prime constructor, responsible for the majority of material procurement, all ROW construction, foundations, structure and wire installation, and restoration.
Client: Cross Texas Transmission, an affiiate of LS Power
Work Performed By: Great Southwestern Construction, Inc., a subsidiary of MYR Group
Read more about this project: MYR Group Subsidiary Great Southwestern Construction Successfully Completes 235 Mile Cross Texas Transmission Project