Location: North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia
Burns & McDonnell has a full-time employee working with Dominion Virginia Power to act as the single point of contact for all non-engineering support functions and services. This includes consulting on in-house right-of-way issues, both environmental and non-environmental permitting, GIS services, database and systems support, surplus property disposition and any other support service or function not directly correlated with engineering.
In order to create a system for managing encroachments across the client's three-state system, Burns & McDonnell is managing a 14-mile pilot encroachment identification and resolution project covering approximately 300 encroachments.
Burns & McDonnell has provided GIS oversight and support services to georeference and digitize more than 5,000 plans and profiles.
The firm is managing all overflow permitting functions related to transmission, distribution and substation design-build throughout North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. This includes, but is not limited to, Virginia Department of Transportation crossing and construction permits, special/conditional use permits, site plan preparation and submittals, erosion and sediment control plans, stormwater pollution and prevention plans, coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration, railroad permits, U.S. National Forest Service permits, the National Environmental Policy Act, and Army Corps of Engineers permits and licenses.