Camp Perry Electrical Distribution Upgrade
Study Phase included: Evaluation of a 7200v power distribution system at Ohio Army National Guardís Facility spread over approximately 300 acres. The study entailed evaluating exterior main and feeders, service utility lines, utility poles, transformers and all other associated supporting items. Arc flash studies, use of reclosers in addition to fusing, underground verses overhead distribution options and capacity factor enhancements were evaluated. Study targeted to include the status of current distribution system as it relates to facility electrical metering meeting future planned electrical consumption demands and energy efficient improvements.
Design Phase: As a result of above study, a Program of Requirement (POR) was generated for Clients approval to fit $ 2.5 million. As a result the distribution system was upgraded from 7200 Volt Delta to 12.47 Y three Phase with a new substation. A combination of new overhead and underground distribution was implemented at the site. New smart metering was installed at all building and some buildings were provided with backup power generation capabilities.
Electrical: Electrical Power distribution system design, Area lighting and controls, Backup power generation to critical areas. Integration of Solar power generation into new system.