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Staking & Distribution Line Work

Our field technicians have over 100 years of combined staking experience and will provide you with the best quality practices for staking design, maintenance, and inspections. Contact us today to discuss how we can help with your current or new staking job.

What we do:

McCall-Thomas Engineering is equipped with experienced field opera􀆟on teams that can provide staking services to your electric utility company. We provide safe, reliable, and efficient design and construction services for distribution and transmission facilities. McT can provide a turnkey solution for your electric utility by providing all services needed to facilitate the construction and maintenance of a new, current, or modified line.

We can work with you in every phase of your field design and staking of the overhead and underground projects. Our employees can provide extensive design services, GPS data mapping, inspections and more.

No job is to small, such as a 3-span job to a pivot and no job is to large, such as a major highway move that we are currently working on.

Our Services:

  • Assemble specifications and drawings

  • Complete and accurate design with National Electric Safety Code (NESC), state and local electric codes, and Rural Utilities Service (RUS) requirements

  • Provide sag, tension, and stringing charts for each project

  • Review joint use and attachment load analysis

  • Review conductor galloping on long spans

  • GPS Data – imported directly into your electronic mapping system

  • Maintenance and inspection of the line

  • Staking Sheets – include all components needed to build and maintain

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