Project At a Glance
Project: Replace 36 H-frame structures with steel monopoles (single poles)
Project area: Levy County, town of Williston, Alachua County, city of Archer
Project plan: Rebuild transmission line
Line length to be rebuilt: 8.8 miles
End point: Archer Substation (12120 SW Archer Road)
End point: Williston North Substation (4551 NE 167th Court, in Williston)
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H-frame structures will be replaced with steel monopoles, which will require less maintenance, have a smaller footprint, and be more resilient against severe weather conditions.
The work will take place within existing Duke Energy easement areas.
The new steel structures as shown on the right might not be this exact design. This photograph represents
a typical monopole configuration.
Preconstruction work, including surveying, soil boring and staking
Transmission line construction
Learn about the importance of transmission infrastructure and how it plays a vital role in powering our communities.
Learn about easements and what’s deemed appropriate use of the property.
Learn what occurs during the preconstruction phase of an electric transmission project.
See why it’s important to keep easement areas free and clear of any vegetation.