RTR Constructability Services include advising the project team on ROW access, pull sites, work pads, and any concerns that might be an issue with construction. We also work with environmental team members to help solve any potential issues. We work with engineering to advise and help solve any potential design issues that might not be feasible with field construction. Our outage planning work includes working with the transmission planning department, coordinating and designing a working Outage plan, recommending a construction sequence and working with the Field Supervisors to move a project through to the start of construction.
Contact: Jerry Yeargain
Jerry has been in the electric industry for over 30 years, starting his career as a Journeyman Lineman. Jerry joined the IBEW in 1985 in St. Louis, MO, and has since worked as a Construction Coordinator, Construction Manager, Field Representative, and Constructability Consultant. Joining the RTR team in 2014, Jerry has held a pivotal role at RTR in Constructability for transmission line work.
Allan came to RTR on July 5, 2016. Prior to joining RTR he worked for PPL Electric Utilities for 32 yrs. Allan was in the transmission department from 1984 through 2000 until PPL merged transmission and distribution. In 2005 he became a lineman leader and worked at that position until retiring in May 2016.
Mike holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and has 34 years of electric utility experience as an outage coordinator, transmission and distribution supervisor and most recently developing complex outage sequences for electric utility bulk power line and substation construction projects.
Brian has over 28 years of surveying and mapping experience performing and/or overseeing Civil, Highway, Structural, Environmental, Utility and Construction surveying services, utilizing conventional equipment, as well as the latest in electronic equipment including total station, GPS, LiDAR, and Laser Scanning technology.