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Electric transmission and distribution

SoCal Edison protects water quality while constructing and relocating power infrastructure


  • To help the Port of Long Beach accommodate larger cargo vessels, SoCal Edison needed to replace its nearby transmission towers with taller ones.
  • The utility company brought in Haley & Aldrich to advise on the highly visible project, which could hurt water quality and the company’s reputation if contractors didn’t comply with stormwater regulations.
  • Drawing on their deep understanding of intricate state and local permitting requirements, our experts trained construction staff on site and coordinated between multiple parties to ensure that work stayed in compliance and on schedule.

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Nancy Gardiner

Senior Associate