Burns & McDonnell was provided program management services for PSE&G’s portion of the Susquehanna-Roseland 230-kV/500-kV Transmission Line Project and PSE&G’s 138-kV/230-kV Roseland Conversion Project.
Burns & McDonnell provided a core management team and professional staff for project management, project controls, reporting, procurement and construction management services. Our team was also responsible for the management and oversight of all licensing and permitting, real estate, environmental, cultural, archaeological, right-of-way access and acquisition, public outreach, geotechnical, engineering (i.e., inside and outside plant designs), construction, construction management, testing, and commissioning aspects of the Susquehanna-Roseland 230-kV/500-kV Transmission Line Project. The project was a 500-kV transmission project consisting of 46 miles of new 500-kV transmission lines and rebuilding the existing 230-kV transmission line on an existing right-of-way that included two new 500-kV GIS switching stations in Hopatcong and Roseland, New Jersey. The Roseland Conversion Project was a new 230-kV GIS Switching Station in Roseland.
The Susquehanna-Roseland Project’s construction schedule began in August 2010 and its final in-service date was in May 2015. The two new 500-kV GIS switching stations and a portion of the new 500-kV transmission line were put into service in April 2014. The Roseland Conversion Project was put in service in November 2013.