Energy & Utility

L-2238 Underground Circuit

Various Counties, New Jersey

Project Overview

MFS Engineers & Surveyors provided professional geotechnical engineering services in support of the Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) L-2238 Jackson Road to Cedar Grove Rebuild Project in Passaic and Essex counties, New Jersey.

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Various Counties, New Jersey

Project Details

The existing 3.82 mile circuit that runs from Jackson Road Substation in Totowa, New Jersey to Cedar Grove Substation in Cedar Grove, New Jersey will be abandoned and replaced with a new underground 230kV cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) circuit with a projected length of 4.4 miles. MFS was retained by PSE&G to provide geotechnical engineering services for the design, construction, and installation of the new underground transmission lines and associated duct banks and manholes.


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Services Provided

  • Our geotechnical engineers understand the value of providing a comprehensive yet cost effective solution. Our team can offer support throughout a project’s duration in the form of due diligence and investigational studies, preparation of recommendations and reporting, design, and construction inspections on projects of all types and complexities.