Where new lines cross or follow an
existing line be sure that outages
on the existing lines are coordinated
so that the Contractor does not have
to work the lines hot. Determine if
outages will be required during other
than working hours due to station loads
and that proper safety precautions,
such as the use of blankets, are taken.
The switchgear, transformer and the
600 MCM cable are long lead time items.
Although 600 MCM is a standard size
cable, it is not a cable that is
normally kept in stock by the cable
manufacturers. The switchgear,
transformer and the 600 MCM cable will
have to be manufactured after the
Contractor places his order. Thus
every effort should be made to get the
Contractor to turn in his shop drawings
and catalog cuts as soon as possible.
Splices and terminations other than
those on the 600-Volt system are to be
made by PWC Subic. The Contractor is to
supply all splice and terminator kits
complete and any other material that is
required. The ROICC must coordinate the
work between the Contractor and PWC so
that neither is held up. He must be
sure that all materials are on hand to
avoid long outages.
Other Contractors will also be working
on the wharf. Be sure that this
Contractor's work is coordinated with
the other Contractors.
The existing wharf lighting system is
served by Substation No. 5. The
lighting system should be kept
operational at all times.