KCP&L Crosstown Substation

KCP&L Crosstown Substation

February 10, 2015

Location: 18th & Cherry Kansas City, MO

Project  Scope: Design calculations for glass slope and angled glass display wall.

 

Details

Jim Woodfill’s light display in the main art cabinet is a must see.

A committee comprising members from KCP&L, the DuBois design team, local art organizations and the Kansas City Municipal Arts Commission interviewed several artists to design a commissioned piece at the substation. The committee selected James Woodfill for his work called “LIGHT RAMP (Device)” which features a cascading lights display on the north side of the substation with117 solar panels, on the south side, that power the display’s LED lights.

 

In the News

Jim Woodfill’s light display in the main art cabinet is a must see.

A committee comprising members from KCP&L, the DuBois design team, local art organizations and the Kansas City Municipal Arts Commission interviewed several artists to design a commissioned piece at the substation. The committee selected James Woodfill for his work called “LIGHT RAMP (Device)” which features a cascading lights display on the north side of the substation with117 solar panels, on the south side, that power the display’s LED lights.

 

Contact

Stewart Jeske, P.E.
JEI Structural Engineering
11108 N. Oak Trafficway, Suite 208
Kansas City, Mo 64155
816-734-8345