Gateway Generating Station
We were retained to provide full engineering, procurement, construction and startup services for PG&E’s 530 (net) MW Gateway 2x1 Combined Cycle Plant. Black & Veatch completed the engineering and procurement, and BVCI managed construction using local subcontractors.
The Gateway Generating Station, located in Antioch, California, was PG&E’s first new generation project. The gas-fired plant is a 2x1 combined cycle unit, consisting of two GE model PG7241FA combustion turbine generators, two Vogt-Nem 3 pressure reheat HRSGs and a single GE D11 steam turbine generator rated at approximately 190MW.
Our work scope included:
- Erection of owner furnished combustion turbine/generators, steam turbine/generator, 3 pressure HRSGs, Combustion Turbine Air Inlet Chiller System, and generator step-up transformers.
- Furnish and erection of the Balance of Plant equipment (mechanical and electrical), 36 Cell Air Cooled Condenser, plant substation and interconnecting transmission line.