Maitra developed recommendations for the relocation of the fire standpipe and associated hose connections and components. In addition, conduits located under the upper level’s sidewalks will also be relocated due to the replacement of the sidewalks. Maitra provided engineering services associated with the relocation of conduits and cable on both the north and south side of the bridge, including tie-ins in the anchorages. Scope included relocation of 5KV PSE&G and CON ED feeders, upper level roadway lighting, removal and reinstallation of light poles, power, telephone, communications, and fiber optic cable for ITS and VMS systems. Maitra’s services consisted of contract documents, specifications, cost estimates, and post award services.
As the electrical engineer of record, Maitra prepared design and construction documents for this $153-million project to construct a gleaming new glass and steel rail station to replace the deteriorated 76 year old facility. Maitra was responsible for coordination with PSEG for new 4.16KV incoming service, transformers, power distribution, switchgear, and design of electrical rooms in the four new head houses utilizing Building Information Modelling Software (AutoDesk Revit). In addition, a new fire alarm system was incorporated and solar PV panels will generate electricity for sustainable system and design credit.
Maitra provided electrical engineering and design for the Replacement of Electrical Distribution System at the National Guard Training Center, Sea Girt, NJ. The building compound has emergency generators and the emergency onnect load is almost 43% of the generator capacity. The DMAVA decided to connect essential mechanical load on emergency power, which includes corridor ventilation, bathroom ventilation and commercial office ventilation. Maitra performed design and permitting work for the new electrical distribution system. The design work included the preparation of construction drawings of duct bank plan and profile, details of duct bank, electrical equipment pad and platform, detail of utility crossings, erosion and sediment control plans, and surface restoration details. Permitting work included filing application with soil conservation district for erosion and sediment control plan certification, and coordination with DEP and filing for CAFRA permit application.