Eiffage Énergie Systèmes simultaneously buries several overhead power networks in Moisselles (95)

Energy Division

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In order to shed more light on the rue de Moutier - one of its busiest streets - the town of Moisselles in the Val-d’Oise has chosen Eiffage Énergie Systèmes’ tender to implement an open public contract for burying overhead power networks. 

In an underground space already overcrowded with existing concession-holders, our teams first open up trenches enabling them to bury the low voltage electricity and telecoms networks operated by Enedis and Orange respectively, and the town’s street lighting and video networks. 

Next, they create a certain amount of backfill, carrying out earthworks in privately-owned areas, and install electrical cabinets. Once these civil engineering works are completed, they will continue the project by taking over the electrical and telephone connections. They are also to install 17 streetlights equipped with LED lamps. Our teams will round off their assignment by dismantling the overhead networks and their wooden and concrete posts.

Photo credits : © Eiffage Énergie Systèmes