Facility Enhancement Program (FEP)
In 2013, after the PG&E Metcalf Transmission Substation assault, there was a nationwide need for FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) mandatory update to improve the physical security standards at all substations. PG&E started this initiative in June 2014. Since then, the authorities have implemented it across all energy companies in the United States.
Using our knowledge and industry expertise, we worked on the Facility Enhancement Program (FEP) on the east coast and the mid-west for utility companies. We facilitated security enhancements updates, perimeter fencing, boundary repair, and any needed grounding replacement that aligns with the new FERC standards. We also helped the organization with its physical security upgrade and management, upgrading lighting for substations and new security equipment. Our team worked through the civil challenges, shallow ground water, exposed piping, railroad issues and more with successful completion.
As Project Managers, Assistant Project managers and Project Controls Specialists’ we worked with various stakeholders from inception to completion and helped manage materials, permitting, construction, cost and schedule management, and overall program coordination.
- Primavera 6
- Cost Control
- Permit Support
- Material Tracking
- Construction Support
- Project Coordination
- Site Visits
- Stakeholder Management