Peninsula-wide direct-current power upgrades in South Korea

The 36th and 41st Signal Battalions in South Korea install, operate and maintain effective information security systems and reliable operational base communications systems for U.S. armed forces.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) required upgrade and installation of direct current power systems for the 36th and 41st Signal Battalion facilities on eight U.S. military bases in South Korea. USACE selected Louis Berger to provide an efficient and timely solution.

Based largely upon the current equipment load, known upcoming equipment modifications and projected future technology upgrades of the existing direct current systems, Louis Berger delivered a turnkey power solution that could be easily implemented and maintained.

Louis Berger provided project management, engineering and quality assurance for the installation and configuration of direct current power systems at eight locations throughout South Korea in accordance with applicable engineering and installation standards and practices. The locations included military bases at:

  • Papyongsan MW
  • Camp Carrol
  • Busan Pier 8
  • K2-Taegu
  • Songnam
  • USAG Humphreys TCF
  • Wonju
  • Yongin ATM Shelter