Brandon is a Lead Engineer in the Transmission and Distribution Department with 12 years of experience specializing in design of electrical distribution systems for wind farms, solar farms, campuses, and substations. His primary responsibilities include all aspects of electrical engineering projects, including construction cost estimates, proposals, design, detail drawings, writing specifications, construction administration, and project management. His project study work includes low and medium voltage distribution systems, arc flash studies, cable ampacity studies, energy loss studies, short circuit studies, ground grid studies, electrical system modeling, and study documentation preparation. Brandon holds a BS in electrical engineering from North Dakota State University. Connect with Brandon on LinkedIn.
Featured Project Experience
Kay Wind Power Project, Near Newkirk, OK
Engineer for a project that involved collection system and substation design for a 299 MW wind farm in Oklahoma. The project consisted of 130 – 2.3 MW wind turbines with 12 feeders connecting two 34.5/345 kV collector substation transformers.
Highland Wind Power Project, Near Primghar, IA
Design Engineer for a 502MW wind farm and collection system project that included 214 – 2.346 MW wind turbines. The substation has three 34.5/345 kV power transformers with twenty-three feeders connecting the turbines.
Jumbo Road Wind Power Project, Near Hereford, TX
Engineer that involved collection system and substation design for a 300 MW wind farm in Texas. The project consisted of 162 – 1.85 MW wind turbines on 6 feeder breakers connecting two 34.5/345 kV collector substation transformers. The project also included a 345kV transmission line to the interconnection point.