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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Board of Water and Power awarded IEC Corporation with a three year contract to provide Owner's Representative Services for its Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) Projects.
IEC is assisting the Department in a wide variety of tasks including engineering and technical support, design review, project management support, cyber security compliance, substation design, security projects, converter stations testing, Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) Program, and various facilities work. The award for providing Owner's Representative services follows IEC’s successful four-year contracts supporting the Department's Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) Projects. The contract will assist LADWP in achieving its goals of increasing procurement of eligible renewable energy resources to 33% by 2020.
October 2015 - IEC was awarded a five-year, sole-source contract to provide a wide range of project management services for ongoing capital projects. Projects will include highly technical engineering, construction and maintenance projects on which IEC will assist and be responsible for the oversight, administration, safety, and management.
Anchorage, Alaska, May 2015 - The George M. Sullivan Plant Expansion for Anchorage Municipal Light & Power (AML&P) has been selected by Engineering News and Review as the ENR Northwest Owner of the Year. As noted in the ENR article , IEC has been embedded with AML&P from Day 1, collaborating on development of project scope, specifications and contract methodology.
After winning the Owner's Engineering contract with Anchorage Municipal Light & Power (AML&P) to support the development of a 120 MW combined cycle power project, AML&P recently awarded IEC with a $6.9 million, two-and-a-half year contract extension to continue its on-site support and provide construction management, design review, field engineering, and special inspection services. The project will use an innovative cooling system design coupled with the water district to capture more than 50% of the plant's annual waste energy to heat the community potable water supply for the City of Anchorage. The new power plant will be about 25 percent to 30 percent more efficient with a combined-cycle design that combines gas-fired turbines with sufficient waste heat recovery to drive an additional steam turbine.
November 2015 - The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) has awarded IEC Corporation with a three (3) year contract to provide Thermal Power Plant Engineering Services to perform engineering for plant modifications, repairs, improvements, system analysis, studies and evaluations. SMUD’s thermal facilities include three (3) co-generation, one (1) simple cycle, and one (1) combined cycle thermal power plants. Ownership of all of these plants is through the SMUD-managed Joint Powers Authorities (JPAs). IEC has previously provided engineering services for all of these power plants as well as many of SMUD’s other generation and electrical systems.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is proposing to replace the existing underground and marine electrode portions of the Sylmar Ground Return System (SGRS). The existing SGRS is an integral component of the Pacific Direct Current Intertie (PDCI) Transmission Line, which transmits bulk power between Los Angeles and the Pacific Northwest.
IEC is currently responsible for supporting LADWP on the study, permitting, and design of the Shoreline and Marine portion of the SGRS Project. Based on the approved design, IEC will then prepare a Request for Proposal (RFP) to provide services to procure and construct the DC electrode for the Sylmar Converter Station.
The Sylmar Ground Return System includes 31 miles of overhead lines, underground cables, and underwater cable segments that begin at the Sylmar Converter Station, the southern terminus of the PDCI.
August 2015 - The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) hired the IEC Team to provide professional architectural and engineering design services for construction of a 2-story, 7450 square foot office and maintenance building at the Harbor Generating Station (HGS). Work will include completion of the construction document package, engineering support for LADWP during bidding and award of the construction contract, and project management services during construction
Sacramento, CA, April 2015 - IEC is providing Algonquin Power with engineering services to support continuous improvements at the Algonquin Sanger Power LLC facility. As part of this contract, IEC performed a waste water treatment study to determine feasibility and project costs of using reclaimed water from the nearby Sanger waste water treatment plant as the cooling tower makeup water. Tasks include interfacing with the waste water treatment plant facility on behalf of Algonquin to obtain the necessary waste water information, investigating the type of water cleanup/filtration technology suitable to treat the waste water for cooling tower makeup use, and conducting a feasibility study to validate the possibility of using the waste water from the Sanger waste water treatment plant as the cooling tower makeup. IEC will also look into the possibility of using the treated waste water as the feed for the onsite water treatment facility to make DI water.
Sacramento, CA, February 2015 - IEC was recently selected to provide professional engineering services in support of La Luz Energy Center Project. This project consists of the installation of an LM6000 in simple cycle configuration on behalf of Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM). IEC Corporation is providing design engineering services and project document control as part of the contractors on the PEPC team (Permit, Engineer, Procure, and Construct).
Sacramento, CA, October 2014 - IEC Corporation and its team of subcontractors was selected by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to provided architectural and engineering design services to develop its Hollywood Service and Community Center in Los Angeles. The project also includes a fixed-tilt rooftop solar installation and EV charging stations. The IEC Team is working with the LADWP Architect and Engineering Group to provide architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), Landscape, Civil, Specifications, Technology design and engineering services for the development of the 8,000 square foot Center. IEC will also coordinate with City Departments to obtain construction permits for the Project provide and provide construction administration services to support development of the Project. .
Sacramento, CA, October 2015
IEC Corporation has again been voted by its employees as one of the top employers in the Sacramento area as part of the Sacramento Business Journal’s yearly survey. IEC has been a top ten finalist six times and was ranked first in its category in both 2007 and 2014. The A+ Employers awards are presented to the firms that rank the highest in the submittal process, which includes a corporate survey and an employee satisfaction survey." ... read more
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