March 6, 2019

This dry dock supports critical maintenance, refits and recommissioning of large seagoing vessels. During preliminary evaluation of the upgraded power distribution equipment, the ABM acceptance testing team uncovered relays for medium voltage gear that had not been programmed.
The relays would not perform as intended without the programmed logic. Breakers would not trip when required, and the system would not safely and properly respond as designed.
With the gear manufacturer and the relay vendor responsible for limited deliverables, the electrical contractor faced an energization deadline without the relay logic needed to complete the necessary acceptance testing.

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