Associated Electrical Cooperative Inc.
LDB was retained by Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AECI), Springfield, MO to serve as the Owner’s Engineer for a turnkey contract for their St. Francis new plant site in Southeast Missouri. The 250 MW combined cycle singe shaft power plant is powered by a 165 MW gas turbine and an 85 MW steam turbine. LDB provided the engineering design and construction management for retrofitting a new electrostatic precipitator on 180 MW coal-fired unit. This precipitator was tested to have a collection efficiency of particulate of 99.96%. Construction management was provided for AECI at their 1200 MW Thomas Hill Power Plant on a major coal handling improvement project.
North Central Missouri Electrical Cooperative
LDB prepared a Load Management Feasibility Study for North Central Electric Power Cooperative (NCEPC).
Central Electrical Power Cooperative
LDB provided services to Central Electric Power Cooperative (CEPC) for conversion of their Chamois Power Plant to burn Powder River Basin coal. A new rigid frame electrostatic precipitator as well as other coal and ash handling system improvements were made. A study was conducted to determine the feasibility of firing biomass fuels.
Northeast Missouri Electrical Cooperative
LDB prepared an engineering report for NE Missouri Electric Power Cooperative (NEMEPC).
LDB has provided services to Western Resources in connection with improvements to the Lawrence Energy Center and construction management at Wolf Creek Nuclear Power Plant.
Kansas City Power & Light
LDB has provided services to Kansas City Power & Light (KCPL) in connection with improvements at their Iatan, LaCygne, Hawthorn, Montrose and Northeast Power Plants. Projects have included ash handling, coal handling, emergency alarms, grounding systems, natural gas heating, fire protection, lightning protection, oil separators, service water, waste neutralization, well water supply systems and a combustion air inlet filtration system.
Northwest Electrical Power Cooperative
LDB designed a new power plant on the Missouri River and new Headquarters Facilities for Northwest Electric Power Cooperative (NWEPC).