Building and maintaining electrical substations is large-scale, intensive and complicated work. That’s why major electricity providers like the Bonneville Power Administration and PacifiCorp consistently turn to the expertise of Tice Electric Company to make sure that their projects are completed safely, professionally, and on time.
The Power Resources Division is a major operating arm of Tice Electric Company, specializing in our service to the utility, transit, and heavy industry community. We’ve completed projects all across the Northwest and California, including the construction of 500kV series capacitor banks at the Columbia, Shultz and Bell Substations in Eastern Washington and the installation of a 500kV transformer bank at the Metcalf Substation to serve the future needs of San Jose and the Silicon Valley area. We’ve also worked on wind and green power projects like the Talbot Switchyard, a new 230kV switchyard for Pacific Power in support of the Marengo Wind Project.
In the 1990’s, the Power Resources Division of Tice Electric established a reputation of competitiveness, quality workmanship, and on time performance.