Conclusion

The success of the project was based, in large part, on the interaction between the utility and the community. In this way, a consensus was achieved that met the requirements of the utility and addressed the needs and concerns of the residents. By exhibiting flexibility and concern for the aesthetics of the project and a willingness to provide amenities for the neighborhood, the utility convinced the community to endorse the project. In addition, the substation has become a model for future work of a similar nature.

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