Standby Power Generator Replacement

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SCH Number
Public Agency
Orange County Transportation Authority
Document Title
Standby Power Generator Replacement
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Present Land Use
Industrial, Multi-use

Document Description
Replacement of standby power generators at the Anaheim and Irvine Construction Circle bus bases. At both locations, work will include construction of mounting slab, switchboard, automatic transfer switch, protective ballards, and interception to existing duct banks. At the Anaheim location, a 1000 KW standby power generator will be installed to replace a 300 KW, out-dated generator. At the Irvine location, a 450 KW standby power generator will be installed to replace a 150 KW, out-dated generator.

Contact Information
George Olivo
Orange County Transportation Authority
Lead/Public Agency
550 S. Main Street
Orange, CA 92867

Phone : (714) 560-5872

Orange County Transportation Authority
Project Applicant


Anaheim Irvine
Cross Streets
State College Blvd./Via Burton and Barranca/Construction Cirlce

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 2, Section 15302
Reasons for Exemption
This project qualifies for a Categorical Exemption under Section 15302, Class 2, Replacement or Reconstruction, because it consists of replacement of existing structures and facilities where the new structures will be located on the same site as the structures replaced and will have substantially the same purpose with improved efficiency when compared to the former generators that are 30+ years old.


Environmental Document
_Memo 2021010095 Updated Information   PDF 271 K
Notice of Exemption
Power Generator Replacement NOE Signed   PDF 120 K Updated_Power Generator Replacement NOE Signed   PDF 106 K

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