Corps awards control cable replacement contract at Center Hill Dam hydro project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $3.29 million contract for control cable replacement at the 135-MW Center Hill Dam hydro project on the Caney Fork River near Lancaster, Tenn.

The contract was awarded to Kentucky-based T.E.M. Group Inc.

The agency seeks installation of temporary control cables for one generator; replacement of control and low-voltage power cables, switchyard portion of control cable conduits, and cable trays; and sealing of seepage cracks that run through the spread room, control cable tunnel, and power cable tunnel.

In other news, the Corps of Engineers awarded Voith Hydro Inc. a $30.8 million contract to replace turbine equipment at its 45.2-MW Stockton hydroelectric project in Missouri’s Sac River system.

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