Crews install a vault using a cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) cable system
Crews install a vault at York Street and 37th Avenue in Denver to accommodate the relocation of Xcel Energy’s transmission line 9542 using a cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) cable system.

Utility Relocates Two Complex Underground Transmission Circuits

Xcel Energy’s strategy of open communication and careful scheduling, coordination and construction meetings with Denver Public Works personnel, its own crew, POWER and contractors helped completion of the project on time.

A major public works stormwater project in Denver, Colorado, U.S., required Xcel Energy to relocate two 115-kV high-pressure fluid-filled underground transmission lines. To be successful, the utility had to do the following:

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