The Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE) project will propel New York City into a sustainable future with clean, renewable hydropower. Spanning 339 miles, CHPE will supply 1,250 MW of hydropower from Canada to Queens through a buried high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line.
CHA is providing engineering design, environmental support, permitting, and inspection services for approximately 84.5 miles of upland cable installation. CHA’s design services include approximately 90 horizontal directional drilling crossings for HVDC electrical transmission cables and a telecommunications line in the Hudson River Valley, optimizing route choices to avoid environmental disruptions. The buried transmission line reduces its environmental footprint and enhances resilience against severe weather conditions while bolstering overall safety measures.
The HVDC transmission line spans 339 miles.
CHA is providing services for 84.5 miles of upland cable installation.
Anticipated first-year reduction of 3.9 million metric tons of carbon.
Antonio has over a decade of design expertise, with a strong background in project coordination, management, and on-site construction oversight. His experience spans various aspects of structural engineering, including steel, masonry, and concrete design for both new and existing buildings. Antonio has also contributed significantly to utility and wireless initiatives, excelling in overhead transmission engineering, coordination and project management.