If you’ve recently been contacted by Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative (GVEC) regarding the construction of a transmission line project across your land, it is important that you act now! Landowners MUST intervene in order to have a say in the final route. There are multiple opportunities to influence the process, but to have the greatest impact you must start the process early and with an experienced team of professionals. Please contact us today to schedule a free, 30-minute consultation to learn more about how Braun & Gresham, PLLC can help protect your land.

Transmission Lines in the Condemnation Phase:

Gillett to Nopal

  • Docket # 42287
  • 138 Kv single-circuit concrete or steel monopole
  • 8-12 stories tall
  • 80 ft. wide easements
  • Gonzales, Karnes, and Wilson counties
  • The proposed project is presented with 16 alternate routes and is estimated to be approximately 9.06 to 12.15 miles in length depending on the route chosen. CLICK HERE to see the map.
  • Final route chosen: November 24, 2014 

Previous Lines:

CMC Tap to CMC Substation – Guadalupe county