Existing Construction- Power Line Facilities RelocationFill out the Customer Request Form if you are requesting to Relocate an existing overhead or underground power line, transformer, junction box or any other power line or box. There is a $500.00 application fee due with this application.Type of Applicant (required)DeveloperGeneral ContractorHomeownerCity, County, or other local governmentOtherApplicant First Name (required)Applicant Last Name (required)Today's Date (required)Company/Business NameApplicant Mailing Address (required)Applicant Phone (required)Applicant Email (required)Project Address (required)Project City & County (required)Project Parcel # (or closest parcel id to project) (required)Subdivision Name (required)Project Description (required)Is the existing power line or transformer overhead or underground? (required)OverheadUndergroundGeneral Contractor's NameGeneral Contractor's License #Project Electrical contractorProject Electrical contractor phoneProject Electric contractor license#Power Pole #Transformer #Project Autocad Files- Required for developmentsProject PDF Files (required)Upload an image or picture of the line, pole or transformerGoogle Map Coordinates (Format: 40.012058, -111.683200)Terms & Conditions – As the duly authorized agent of a Developer, Contractor, or Builder (hereafter, “Contractor”), I herewith agree to indemnify and hold South Utah Valley Electric (hereinafter “District”), its officers; agents, officials and employees, harmless from any action, causes of action, claims for relief, demands, damages, expenses, costs, fees, or compensation, whether or not said actions, causes of action, claims for relief, demands, damages, costs, fees, expenses and/or compensations are known or unknown, are in law or equity, and without limitation, all claims of relief which can be set forth through a complaint or otherwise that may arise out of the acts or omissions of the Contractor, Contractor’s officers, officials, agents, or employees,. Contractor warrants that Contractor has acquired and will maintain Worker’s Compensation Insurance as well as Liability Insurance sufficient to support the promises contained in this agreement. Contractor acknowledges that Contractor has been advised to consult legal counsel and have had the opportunity to consult with legal counsel prior to entering into this indemnification agreement. Contractor warrants that Contractor enters into this agreement with full knowledge of the meaning and future effect of the promises, contained herein. Contractor warrants that Contractor has entered into this Agreement voluntarily and makes them without any duress or undue influence of any nature by any person or entity. (required)I agree with the Terms & Conditions, & agree to Indemnify the DistrictType full name agreeing to & accepting the Term's & Conditions & Policies (required)There was a problem saving your submission. Please try again later.Please wait while your submission is being saved...Submitting...SubmitThank you, your submission has been received.