Check out these Substation Design images:
Recklinghausen – Umspannwerk Recklinghausen 01 – HDR
Image by Daniel Mennerich
The Photo shows the old transformer station, with more than two million bricks put workers in the years 1927-28, in order to complete the substation Recklinghausen-South, designed by the United Baubureau Electric Westfalen (VEW), headed by architect Carl Lill.
WKK Energy Plant
Image by Wojtek Gurak
designed by Dok Architecten. Utrecht
7 World Trade
Image by Randy Le’Moine Photography
The new 7 World Trade Center construction began in 2002 and was completed in 2006. It is 52 stories tall and still situated above the Con Ed power substation. Built on a smaller footprint than the original to allow Greenwich Street to be restored from TriBeCa through the World Trade Center site and south to Battery Park, the new building is bounded by Greenwich, Vesey, Washington, and Barclay streets. A small park across Greenwich Street occupies space that was part of the original building’s footprint. The current 7 World Trade Center’s design places emphasis on safety, with a reinforced concrete core, wider stairways, and thicker fireproofing of steel columns. It also incorporates numerous environmentally friendly features.