Morristown-based Louis Berger announced Monday that it recently won a $2.7 million contract to replace transmission lines in St. Lawrence and Lewis counties in New York.Under the contract with the New York Power Authority, Louis Berger will provide environmental permitting and licensing services, deliver studies, assessments and expert testimony, participate in community outreach and interact with different regulatory agencies.
The project is a three-year term and consists of approximately 85 miles of rebuild.
“We’re excited to work on this large transmission line job for NYPA,” Tim Gaul, Louis Berger vice president for power and energy, said in a prepared statement. “These lines will ensure uninterrupted reliable electric service for millions of users and are vital to modernizing the state’s energy infrastructure.”
Louis Berger worked with subconsultants Haley & Aldrick, a New York-based environmental and permitting firm, and Environmental Solutions & Innovations Inc., an environmental consulting firm, to win the contract.