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P.S.D., Inc. to Provide 138-kV Substation for the City of Vineland, New Jersey

P.S.D., Inc. dba Power Systems Development (PSD) announced today that The City of Vineland, New Jersey has awarded them a $4 million contract to engineer, procure and construct (EPC) a new 138 kV to 13.2 kV substation to serve Vineland’s growing electrical load. The Clayville Substation will be located on the south side of the city and is scheduled for completion in June 2007.

Jeff Armbruster, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for PSD, describes the project. “The Clayville Substation project is a perfect fit for our capabilities, and we look forward to another successful on-time completion.” PSD previously performed a similar EPC project for the City called the Manaway Substation.

P.S.D., Inc., Canton, OH, is a full service high-voltage engineered systems provider. Established as a limited partnership in 1974 and incorporated in 1978 in Ohio, PSD has engineered, managed and built more than 600 substations and transmission lines up to and including 500 kV projects serving utilities, industrials, municipals, wind farms and many other markets throughout the United States.

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