Gas service within CenterPoint is supplied by UGI Penn Natural Gas via a combination of 6-inch and 8-inch diameter facilities operating at intermediate pressure along the park's roadways.
Water service within CenterPoint is supplied by Pennsylvania American Water Company (PAWC). All water mains are cement lined ductile iron and range in size from 12” diameter to 24” diameter. Available minimum flows are at 2,250 gallons per minute. Residual pressure in the park ranges from 75 psi to 150 psi depending on the elevation of the building.
Sanitary sewage treatment for CenterPoint is provided by the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority (WVSA). Sanitary sewage gravity conveyance facilities within the park are owned by the Jenkins Township Sewer Authority. All gravity sanitary mains within the park are 8” diameter. Current capacity exists for 330,000 gpd. A proposed upgrade of 1400’ of line to 10” would yield 600,000 gpd of additional capacity.
Electrical service within the park is supplied by PPL Electric Utilities (PPL). PPL currently owns, operates and maintains an electric distribution/supply network throughout northeast Pennsylvania.
- Electric service is provided through primary and secondary distribution facilities located in a combination of an underground duct bank and overhead system.
- Primary distribution voltage is nominally 12.47KV
- Customers within CenterPoint can take electrical service at either primary or secondary voltages
- PPL has the ability to furnish power to the park redundantly from the Yatesville and Avoca sub-stations.
- The Yatesville sub-station is fed from two independently supplied 66KV transmission lines to 2 – 25 MVA transformers (66KV to 12.47 KV). The transmission lines feed the transformers with a manual transfer switch.
- The Avoca substation is fed from two independently supplied 66KV transmission lines to a 20MVA Transformer (66KV to 12.47 KV).
Telecommunications service, including SONET fiber, is supplied by Verizon. The park’s underground duct bank system has spare conduits to allow other telecom companies to run service to individual parcels. Other telecom companies in the immediate area include Level 3, Frontier Communications and Zayo Bandwidth.