First James River structures erected

Aug 23, 2018

Two of 17 structures set to span the James River have been erected this month as Dominion Energy continues work on the Surry-Skiffes Transmission Line Project. Structures adjacent to the river’s largest active shipping channel will begin going up this week. Plans call for a total of 3-4 structures to be erected every month.

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Judge denies lawsuit from groups seeking to block U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's permit

Jun 05, 2018

A federal judge denied a lawsuit from preservation groups seeking to block the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s permit for the Skiffes Creek electric transmission line saying “it is evident that the Corps made a fully informed and well considered decision.” The Corps decision to grant a permit came after a thorough, four-year review process with negotiations among the Corps, Dominion Energy, and dozens of environmental, cultural and historic preservation groups.

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Dominion Energy allowed to move forward with Skiffes Transmission Project

Oct 23, 2017

A federal judge has denied two motions for preliminary injunction seeking to halt construction of the Dominion Energy Surry-Skiffes Creek Transmission Line project, allowing construction to continue on this important project.

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