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Posted on: May 17, 2017

UPDATE: Ameren Missouri - Line Maintenance & Upgrade Project (extended through end of May)

Ameren Missouri is performing maintenance and reliability upgrades to 26 miles of transmission wires in communities from west St. Louis county to the Metro East.  Utilizing a helicopter to do this work allows Ameren to minimize the footprint on the ground and to complete the work in a significantly shorter time frame – weeks, rather than months.

Because of the weather delays in the past few weeks, the project completion has been pushed through the end of May.  Ameren Missouri will be utilizing a helicopter to work on transmission structures, beginning May 17th, near Highway 44 in Oakland, and moving up through Ladue Road in Clayton.  This work is expected to last through the weekend.

The public should be aware that all necessary safety precautions and permits are in place.  The helicopter work will be on-going through the end of May, weather permitting, and may include weekends.   The upgrades will enhance  the energy grid and  provide safe and dependable energy for communities throughout our region.

Please see the attached for more information.


 

Ameren - Linemen & Helicopter Project
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