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    On May 13, 2015
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    Wagner Technical completed storm loading and resiliency analysis of 8,500 poles in Connecticut. Even though we faced record snowfall and extreme temperatures, we were able to collect data with tablet computers and meet our deadline. As data was being collected in the field, designers in the office accessed plant information and photos and used Pole Foreman software by Powerline Technology, Inc. Each pole was analyzed under 2 conditions:

    1. Extreme ice, 3/4" radial ice with 4 pound per square foot wind, National Electric Safety Code (NESC) Rule 250B

    2. Extreme wind, 95MPH, NESC Rule 250C

    Deliverables included PDF reports of both tests, Pole Foreman files and photographs.

    For more information contact Gerry Wagner at (845) 566-4018, ext 114 or gwagner@wagnertech.com.

     

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    Wagner Information Systems released a new version of it's NextGrid Field Inspector application. It is available as an online application that allows inspectors to complete daily inspections of ongoing projects, including photos. The new version simplifies reporting and allows management to view open and closed issues without reading through all of the daily reports. It will run on any device including PCs, Android phones and tablets, iPads and iPhones. For a free trial version contact gwagner@wagnertech.com.

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    Wagner Technical Services has been selected to design the seven mile connection between an Eversource (formerly Connecticut Light & Power) substation and the 20 megawatt Fusion solar farm under construction in Sprague and Lisbon, Connecticut. The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority required the design to be completed in 90 days. Eversource hired Wagner Technical because of our expertise in distribution design relating to renewable energy infrastructure and because their engineering staff was too busy to meet the deadline. Read More »
    On May 7, 2015
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    Wagner Tech will be adding News articles to keep you updated on the projects we are working on. Read More »