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On the Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard project, I was responsible for the $16M electrical package on the $500M renovation.  We transformed the Navy Yard drydocks #4 & #5 area into an ocean vessel manufacturing facility, with the Panel and Fabrication shop buildings at picture top center behind the goliath crane, the Grand Block shop top right, and barely in the picture at right is the paint shop.  The white building between the drydocks is the Administration Building, a Navy building refurbished including lead paint encapsulation. 
NE towards the Delaware River
The electrical construction package included power distribution at 13.2kV from the main gear which had a 4000A bus to eight metal clad substations transforming at each from line side 13.2kV to 480/277V with draw out breakers and overhead busway for flexibility in changes on the manufacturing floor.  The electrical construction package included underground concrete encased ductbanks, low smoke, halogen-free 15kV cable, and the fire alarm, voice/data, and security systems installations as well.  The 200 foot tall, 7,000 ton capacity Goliath Crane spanning drydock #4 was powered with a 13.2kV drive with a cable trough and coiling draw-up system to accomodate crane movement.
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for Robert E. Lamb I managed all trades from finding bidders to conducting competitive bid, awards, construction, commissioning and turnover to the owner.