Where proper lighting solutions for industrial areas are geared mostly towards ensuring employee safety, commercial lighting solutions are a great opportunity to also gear your lighting design towards clients and customers.
Using the right tool is essential for the timely completion of a large-scale project and to ensure that you are using your resources efficiently.
Skyline Electric has a highly professional management team with over 60 years of experience and has worked on some of the state’s most complex and long-standing projects. No electrical project is off the table for us.
Industrial buildings (especially communication towers, chimneys, and other tall structures) and skyscrapers can be very vulnerable during rain or thunderstorms.
Banks hold and transmit a lot of sensitive data and use crucial systems that need to stay in operation at all times. From the cybersecurity system to their internal financial system, all of it relies on a core element: the bank’s electrical system.
Electrical engineers are normally tasked with cleating sophisticated electrical systems, high-voltage equipment, lighting systems, and more. On a construction site, however, the scope of responsibilities can increase considerably.
Large scale projects such as hospital construction and expansions, university department buildings, commercial or residential skyscrapers, manufacturing facilities, industrial facilities, and a variety of other large-scale projects deal with a lot of complexities. And in order to make sure everything is completed in time, General Contractors (GC) rely heavily on electrical subcontractors.
Frequent bulb burnouts can indicate a fire hazard brewing in your factory and can be a sign of poor connections, electric surges, transformer issues, or more.
Let’s take a closer look at four essential elements that your electrical contractor must have to ensure that your project is successful, completed on time, and cost-effective.
Substantial completion means that a project or portion of a project has reached a level of completion that is fit for its intended use.