AMP Willow Island Hydroelectric Plant

Under construction for the past 3 years, the Willow Island Hydroelectric project, will divert water from the existing Locks and Dam on the Ohio River through two horizontal bulb turbines.  The estimated capacity of the powerhouse is 35 MW. DPC’s multiple contracts include installation of an indoor substation, an H-frame structure,  multiple PLC cabinets, and erection and installation of turbine / generator electrical components.

Armstrong Mineral Wool Facility

DPC completed the electrical construction for this new facility which transforms locally produced industrial slag into fine fibers used in recessed ceiling tiles.  The contract was in excess of $5 million and included the construction of a 138 kV substation.

AEP Mitchell Coal Conveyor

DPC was contracted to provide the elctrical switchgear, power distribution, I&C and grounding scope for a 2000’ + coal conveyance system in 2006 at AEP’s Mitchell Power Station. The project was valued at roughly $3mm.

Marietta Memorial Hospital

DPC has performed multiple scopes of work for Memorial Health Systems since the 1990’s. These projects have ranged from a $2.3mm ER and OR expansion (2004) to a $350,000 OR reconstruction at their Selby Campus Facility. Our scope on these projects has included various degrees of medium voltage distribution, life safety, critical systems and medical grade general distribution.

EnLink Midstream Bells Run Barge Loading Facility

DPC assisted in conception and execution of an EPC contract for 50,000 barrels per day loading upgrade by installing 3 ea- 2500bph transfer pumps to 2 new 65,000 barrel capacity tanks. The project included design, engineering, fabrication, and installation of all associated piping, electrical, and equipment foundations. DPC fabricated and installed the piping manifold systems and revised the existing pipe to accomodate the upgrade. The new electrical system included an electrical building to house the 1200 amp service and VFD’s for the transfer pumps. DPC’s control group replaced the site’s programming software with ClearSCADA technology incorporated into their PLC. In the end, site operations are able to run the new system from the touch screen HMI located in their office.