How many electrical engineers does it take…?
Maybe it used to be about simply changing a light bulb, but in today’s technology-driven, energy-consuming world, electrical engineers are more critical than ever. Our decades-long perspective on the evolution of technology has shaped our electrical engineering design into a prudent balance of both conventional and leading-edge technology. Consumers today expect design to be not only cost-effective and energy-efficient, but also aesthetically pleasing. We deliver in each of those areas.
Thomas Edison definitely got the ball rolling, but today we have lighting systems that are cost-effective, attractive, energy-efficient, and even sensitive to human physiological sight needs. Our electrical engineers and technical staff, including an award-winning lighting designer, are experts on lighting systems and how they can improve your facility’s environment. We are actively involved in the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) and are continuously learning about new trends and best practices in lighting design.
Brownouts are never a good thing.
Maintaining power supply is critical to society. Our team designs power distribution systems that meet current requirements and also anticipate future needs. Designs can be simple or involve multiple distinct systems for normal and emergency power. We typically design secondary-voltage power systems for facilities, complexes and campuses, and when required can perform studies or design for electrical connections to the primary grid.
Special needs require specialty solutions.
Modern facilities often have numerous special systems serving the varying needs of building occupants. Our electrical engineers and technicians are experienced in designing building systems such as nurse call systems, public address/intercom systems and lighting control systems.
We can handle more than a current.
If you need guidance from people who have been there and done that, we can provide you with short-circuit, voltage-drop, and load-flow studies; condition assessment surveys; and life-cycle cost analysis for determination of lighting systems alternatives.