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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Lynch Canyon Facility Expansion
    News Contact Us Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Previous slide Next slide Back to Lynch Canyon Facility Expansion Overview Lynch Canyon field was set for expansion from 400 barrels of oil per day BOPD to 2 500 BOPD To do so Cannon was contracted to provide electrical engineering project management technical and survey services for the new East Plant facility The new facility included the following new tank battery with tank vapor recovery equipment to handle increased oil wastewater and gas production produced water handling equipment new steam generator site and water filtration softening equipment expanded wastewater injection system electrical instrumentation and control infrastructure H2S treatment equipment and pipelines connecting the new facilities to existing field facilities Electrical services included design of a new substation design of new motor control centers design of the electrical distribution preparation of specifications for procurement and preparation of drawings for permitting Back to Service Information Location San Ardo California Service Electrical Engineering Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of Sustainability are service marks of Cannon 2016 MENU Home Markets Energy

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/lynch-canyon-facility-expansion-2/?srv=971 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Electrical Design for Water Facilities – Suburban Water Systems (SWS)
    Engineer prepared electrical and controls design plans and specifications for four pump stations and four wells Well Nos 2 3 8 and 9 throughout the client s water system The electrical design included calculations layout of electrical gear coordination studies and preparing technical specifications Due to specific pumping requirements a number of these pump stations and wells were designed using variable frequency drives VFDs These designs included specification of the VFDs design for the controlled operation of the pumps and design for interfacing with the existing SCADA system Additional services included construction support services on an as needed basis Specific details of representative projects include the following Plant 205 Pump Station Electrical Distribution and Backup Power Design Electrical controls and instrumentation design for their new Plant 205 Pump Station were necessary The pump station consisted of two 200 horsepower motors controlled by variable frequency drives The requirements of the pump station were to remain in operation during utility outages by providing the backup power design including a 250kW diesel generator with an 800 amp automatic transfer switch Electrical design included preparing calculations providing a coordination study power distribution layout of the electrical equipment and the preparation of technical specifications Construction support services were provided on an as needed basis Plant 224 Pump Station Electrical Distribution and Backup Power Design Through the process of designing a new pump station and reservoir site SWS required electrical controls instrumentation and SCADA panel design along with the design of an emergency backup power plan utilizing a diesel generator and an automatic transfer switch The pump station included two pumping zones and the backup power system was designed to provide power for either zone The low voltage power and SCADA system was also designed to be powered by the generator Close consultation with SWS determined

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/electrical-design-for-water-facilities-suburban-water-systems-sws/?srv=971 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | 24th Street Improvements
    Loose Cannons Contact Cannon News Contact Us Streets Highway Streets Highway Previous slide Next slide Back to 24th Street Improvements Overview The Thomas Roads Improvement Program or TRIP includes a series of improvement projects deemed necessary to update aging infrastructure in areas stressed by years of rapid population growth interregional travel and freight movement As part of the program s collaborative effort between the City of Bakersfield County of Kern Caltrans and the Kern Council of Governments the Bakersfield 24th Street Improvement Project will significantly enhance some of the City s major arterial roads Cannon will conduct a land survey and right of way mapping for the project as well as provide other survey services The proposed project will widen realign and restripe 24th Street from west of State Route 99 to east of M Street In order to add two travel lanes to the roadway 23rd Street will be realigned and restriped from west of C Street to east of M Street The project will also provide improvements to the 24th Street State Route 99 interchange to the northbound State Route 99 auxiliary lane and to the Oak Street 24th Street intersection widening Last February the Bakersfield City Council adopted a resolution certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report for the 24th Street Improvement Project and approved advancing the project to the final design and property acquisition phases The project is anticipated to advertise for construction in mid 2015 Back to Service Information Location Bakersfield California Market Streets Highway Service Surveying and Mapping Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of Sustainability are service marks of Cannon 2016 MENU Home Markets Energy Upstream Pipeline Power Remediation

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/24th-street-improvements/?srv=1017 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | City of Bakersfield (TRIP) SR-178 Widening
    Cannons Cannon Coaster News Community Partnership Global Community Partnership Local Community Partnership Loose Cannons Contact Cannon News Contact Us Streets Highway Streets Highway Previous slide Next slide Back to City of Bakersfield TRIP SR 178 Widening Overview City of Bakersfield TRIP SR 178 Widening Project consisted of engineering and surveying the widening of SR 178 to a 6 lane facility from Canteria Drive Bedford Green to Masterson Street and to a 4 lane facility from Masterson Street to Miramonte Drive The survey operation for this project included the following establishment of Caltrans spec Project Control with static GPS methods establishment of Caltrans spec photogrammetric control with RTK GPS methods engineering design survey land net survey and pre construction Record of Survey for this 4 mile corridor Back to Service Information Location Bakersfield California Market Streets Highway Service Surveying and Mapping Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution Reliable Responsive Solutions and Tree of Sustainability are service marks of Cannon 2016 MENU Home Markets Energy Upstream Pipeline Power Remediation Utilities Pipelines Power Energy Efficiency Water Resources Water Supply Wastewater Watershed Management Civic

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/city-of-bakersfield-trip-sr-178-widening/?srv=1017 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Centennial Corridor Survey Design
    States for highway construction projects in corridors of national significance to promote economic growth and international or interregional trade Projects were selected based on the ability to meet several criteria Priority was given to any project that would be completed within 5 years of the date of the allocation of funds for the project The extent to which the corridor provides a link between two existing segments of the Interstate System The extent to which the project will facilitate major multistate or regional mobility and economic growth and development in areas underserved by existing highway infrastructure The extent to which commercial vehicle traffic in the corridor has increased since the date of enactment of the North American Free Trade Agreement or is projected to increase in the future The extent to which international truck borne commodities move through the corridor The extent to which the project will make improvements to an existing segment of the Interstate System that will result in a decrease in congestion The reduction in commercial and other travel time through a major freight corridor expected as a result of the project The value of cargo carried by commercial vehicle traffic in the corridor and the economic costs arising from the congestion in the corridor The extent of leveraging of Federal funds provided to carry out this section including use of innovative financing combination with funding provided under other sections of the Act and Title 23 United States Code and combination with other sources of Federal State local or private funding The Centennial Corridor Project was awarded 330 million under this program Today with a federal earmark secured for the Thomas Roads Improvement Program the region has a unique opportunity to take a realistic look at how to address this long standing connectivity problem Preferred alternatives from

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/centennial-corridor-survey-design/?srv=1017 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Laser Scanning and 3D Model for Building Retrofit
    2015 our client purchased a commercial building with the intention of converting it into a mixed use development The three story building will feature a combination of office retail and restaurant uses Cannon was selected to assist with 3D scanning and modeling for this adaptive reuse project Cannon performed a complete 3D laser scan survey using FARO x330 Scanner and FARO s Scene software to register the point clouds Cannon used Autodesk Revit building information modeling software to create a 3D Model of the building that included the interior surface of all exterior walls on each floor the interior floors column supports and beams ceilings and stairs wells Additional scope of work items included establishing horizontal and vertical control to register the multiple scans on site coordination to ensure key structural components were included in the scanning data collection as specified by the client creating a project database listing of the individual point clouds 360 photos a scan region definitions exhibit and fully featured REVIT model Back to Service Information Location Los Angeles California Market Commercial Development Service Surveying and Mapping Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/laser-scanning-and-3d-model-buillding-retrofit/?srv=1017 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics
    Baker Center for Science and Mathematics Overview Cannon provided the engineering survey and consulting services for the Cal Poly s Warren J Baker Center for Science and Mathematics Cannon s scope of work included the preparation of construction documents including grading and drainage plans demolition plan composite utility plan horizontal control plans a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and construction administration Cal Poly s Warren J Baker Center for Science and Mathematics was completed in summer 2013 and opened for classes in fall The 119 million 189 000 square foot building was made possible by voter approved state education bonds and 19 million in private donations to Cal Poly The Baker Center consists of a six level central structure devoted to offices and student spaces with wings on either side that house classrooms and laboratories The central entrance on Level Two connects to Centennial Park on the south side and to a major pedestrian artery on the north Back to Service Information Location San Luis Obispo California Market Higher Education Service Surveying and Mapping Contact Cannon Home About Careers Loose Cannons Cannon Login Client FTP Search for Cannon is a registered Trade Mark of Cannon Pursuit of the Elegant Solution

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/warren-j-baker-center-for-science-and-mathematics/?srv=1017 (2016-04-28)
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  • CannonCorp Engineering Consultants | Linde + Robinson Laboratory for Global Environmental Science California Institute of Technology
    basements exit stair as well as some exterior features The renovation established Linde Robinson as the Nation s most energy efficient science laboratory and the first laboratory in a historic building to merit Platinum LEED Designation Cannon was selected to provide 3D scanning and modeling services for the Linde Robinson Laboratory Renovation Project The scope of the work included a 3D laser scan survey and modeling of all the interior floors walls and ceilings for the sub basement basement ground floor first floor second floor and rooms on the roof and roof deck As part of the high speed high resolution scanning process Cannon established horizontal and vertical control points within the building interior and tied the data into existing horizontal and vertical control Using Leica Cyclone and Z F LFM software Cannon registered the point clouds and performed QA AC for slip scans PC to PC registrations were created within 5mm Cannon prepared a project database listing and region definitions exhibit for the project Following collection of the data Cannon used the scanned information to create a comprehensive 3D model of the structure Navisworks Caltech s Renovation Design Team used the model as the basis for design and review of the MEP and HVAC systems Through the use of new software applications the design team was able to use clash detection systems to find areas where the conceptual design conflicted with the existing structure For example new HVAC piping was designed to be installed at a certain height but clash detection indicated that the proposed improvement interfered with the existing structure While still in the software application the design team was able to address the clash comments and redline directly over the 3D model and conceptual plan This real time design review saved significant costs to the project by

    Original URL path: http://cannoncorp.us/project/linde-robinson-laboratory-for-global-environmental-science-california-institute-of-technology/?srv=1017 (2016-04-28)
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