Transmission Projects: Cost Estimation and Control Oct 21-22 2013 Long Beach CA
Monday, October 21, 2013 at 12:00 PM - Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Cost Estimation and Control for Transmission Projects
Overhead, Underground and Substations
October 21-22, 2013: Long Beach, CA
Throughout North America, the need for new utility projects is projected to grow to improve electricity delivery, increase capacities, improve reliability, and meet new standards associated with incorporating renewable energy generation into the smart grid.
In order to effectively utilize allocated and dedicated funding, it is critical for utilities, developers, sub-contractors, project managers, and suppliers to fully understand efficient utility project cost estimation, as this new infrastructure has substantial costs and risks associated with each project. In fact, new overhead transmission lines can cost $1 million or more per mile. The process of building transmission level projects often takes many years even in the most streamlined process.
In this course, attendees will recognize the critical components to consider in a transmission project estimate. Key components of the course include all factors that impact the final cost of building this infrastructure, including permitting and siting, materials and engineering, construction, and project management.
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PMA Online: (Conference Manager: EUCI) Tel 201 871 0474