Princeton is modernizing the Firestone Library’s substation after half a century of continuous operation. The switchgear overhaul is designed to ensure reliable power supply for the next 30-40 years, while enabling a seamless transition between power feeds during planned maintenance activities.
Burns serves as the engineer of record, providing design and construction management services, including:
Princeton anticipates to complete the Firestone Library switchgear replacements in 2024.
Previous projects include design of a resilient back-up power system for Princeton’s Environmental Studies and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (ES+SEAS) complex.
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