Environmental

U.S. to replace excitation at 1,312-MW Glen Canyon

The Bureau of Reclamation has set a tentative deadline of July 13 for proposals to replace excitation systems for the 1,312-MW Glen Canyon Dam power plant on the Colorado River near Page, Ariz.

The BuRec’s Upper Colorado Region Office in Salt Lake City said the solicitation (No. 06-SI-408148) would seek new static excitation systems for each of eight 165-MW generators. Glen Canyon is one of five power plants in the Colorado River Storage project.

The contractor is to: furnish drawings and data; modify the rotating DC exciter; remove and dispose of voltage regulators, generator field breakers, and associated equipment; furnish and install the new static excitation system, 600-volt busways, power and control wiring conduit, conductors for power circuits, and control and instrumentation wiring; furnish spare parts; and train government personnel in operation and maintenance of the system.

A free copy of the drawings can be obtained by contacting Estephanie Singleton, Fax: (1) 801-524-3857; E-mail: [email protected] Prospective vendors must register in the Central Contractor Registration system, www.ccr.gov, prior to the award.

For information, contact Leslie Corpening, Bureau of Reclamation, 125 South State St., Room 6107, Salt Lake City, UT 84138 USA; (1) 801-524-3613, E-mail: [email protected]