Construction Update: June 2, 2021
Here’s what to expect from the North Quincy Cable Replacement Project in the coming weeks.
Barring inclement weather or other extenuating circumstances, in the coming weeks you can expect to see continued work site set up and other construction activity at our work sites near the intersection of Newport Avenue Extension and Stratton Way, and within the parking lot of 100 Newport Avenue Extension. This construction activity is expected to include excavation, drilling, and manhole installation on Newport Avenue Extension, between Stratton Way and West Squantum Street – and within the parking lot of 100 Newport Avenue Extension.
Short-Term Construction Begins Week of May 24
As you’re likely aware the North Quincy Cable Project is the replacement of the115-kV underground electric transmission cable system located between National Grid’s North Quincy Substation and National Grid’s Field Street Substation. Originally installed in 1973, the existing cables are nearing the end of their service life and need to be replaced. Replacement of these aging cables will improve electric reliability for our area customers, and minimize maintenance and repair costs, providing the capacity to meet growing electric energy needs.Read more
National Grid starts $92 million cable replacement project in North Quincy
QUINCY — National Grid is starting work this week on a $92 million North Quincy cable replacement project that representatives say should help increase reliability of service in the area.Read more
Patriot Ledger: National Grid to hold meeting on Quincy buried transmission cable project
Over 4,000 Quincy residents and property owners are on the abutters list for the project that will go under Newport Avenue and under Southern Artery.Read more
North Quincy Cable Project
The North Quincy Cable Project is an underground transmission cable replacement project. The existing cables connect National Grid’s North Quincy Substation and National Grid’s Field Street Substation.
Replacement of these cables will improve electric reliability for our area customers, and minimize maintenance and repair costs, providing the capacity to meet growing electric energy needs.