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Written by Engr. Ivan Jones M. Colita   

Photo by Engr. Ivan Jones M. Colita

 

Last April 3 and 9, 2016, Cotabato Light was able to successfully ride along NGCP’s scheduled interruption thus allowing us to do parallel works with our decades old 69KV Pole and Line structures.

After a couple of months planning, we were able to mount the second segments of four concrete poles and remove rotten structures. These segments are considered to be vital in our supply line, thus being able to facelift our sub-transmission assets let us us sleep and breathe comfortably. This wouldn’t have been possible if not for the assistance of our big brother, Davao Light. A big thanks to the teams of Engr. Socrates Arce and Engr. Paul Michael Cazar for backing us with their two organic gangs along with bucket trucks and crane, and Royacs for ensuring those vehicles are in tiptop condition and Jun Po for facilitating the heavy equipment’s transit to Cotabato.

Being able to do simultaneous cold line works, let us save on down times thus not only making our system more reliable but also able to ensure public safety by reducing risks both to human lives and properties.