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1249 Mile Upgrade Update


Project is moving ahead as planned. We have 29 overhead crews and 5 tree contractors presently working on the 1249 mile project. We have 328 miles invoiced and 360 miles com- pleted. March was a great month with 60 miles completed. Half way through April, we had 30 miles completed but things slowed down with the much needed rain that we received.


Reed Emerson, Sr. V.P. of Engineering and Opera- tions reported, “We are at the maximum amount of crews that we can handle on the projects. We want to do the jobs right and stay safe.”


Lacy will be completed this month. Fairview is 80% completed. Should be wrapped up by the end of June. The Marshall project is now open. Seven out of the nine projects are now open and work is going on. The staking engineers are staying ahead of the construction crews, but just barely when construction replaces 60 miles of hot line in a month. It is also a job for suppliers to keep us in materials.


Inspections are ongoing and we are having good results with most of our veteran crews. Inspectors are really watching and correcting some more with the rookie crews. (crews transferred in or just starting)


Cimarron Safety Director, Justin Glazier and Bill Un- ruh with CBM demonstrates new equipment and how the switchgear works to employees at the April Safety Meeting at Cimarron Electric.


Reed said, “All in all, we are very pleased and proud of the quality of work, and the time frame that it is getting completed.”


Cimarron Electric Cooperative Will Be Closed on Monday, May 25th In Honor Of Memorial Day.


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