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The reputation and experience of a new construction electrician really does matter. New construction electrical services play an extensive role in determining the overall planning and development of a new building project. It’s also important to select a commercial electrical contractor with specific knowledge and experience related to the type of new construction project under development. New construction projects, including commercial retail, medical facilities, government infrastructure, data processing centers, supermarkets, food service facilities, office buildings, rental properties and industrial plants, require significant knowledge and expertise. A commercial electrician that has successfully completed hundreds of jobs is prepared to professionally install the electrical system of a new building project on time and on budget.
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New Construction Electrician
New construction electrical services should only be provided by a licensed, bonded and insured professional that holds the appropriate licenses and permits to complete a bid/build or design/build commercial construction project. Bid/build projects require careful coordination with a general contractor to meet the high expectations of new construction customers. The design/build approach requires the general contractor, electrical contractor and other subcontractors to participate in the design and planning of a new construction project.
- Wiring and electrical panels
- Lighting installations
- Landscape and security lighting
- Ground circuit interrupters and surge protectors
- Switch and plug installations
- Office equipment and data service wiring
New Construction Electrical Services
Providing the wiring and installing the equipment for a new construction project can be complicated. Doing things correctly the first time can save money and frustration. It’s never fun when the breakers start tripping on a newly completed facility or office. A qualified new construction electrician will anticipate potential problems and ensure that the flow of electricity is safe and available.
- Electrical distribution systems
- Emergency power systems and generators
- Fire alarms and emergency stems
- High voltage distribution
- HVAC control and instrumentation
- Lighting controls and dimming
- Low voltage cabling
- Voice, gaming, data, TV and POS
- AV surveillance and security
- Telephone, television and UPS systems
New Construction Electrical Contractor
Locating a trustworthy new construction electrician should be a high priority when initiating a commercial building project. New construction electrical services are an indispensable aspect of completing a commercial project on time and according to specifications. The installation of every electrical application and fixture must be wired correctly to guarantee safe and reliable operations. When it comes to electricity, safety is more than a buzzword.
New construction electricians are accustomed to consulting with contractors and property owners to design and install professional quality electrical systems. Every master and journeyman electrician is trained, licensed, bonded, insured and background checked. The workmanship is always thorough and professional. Punctuality, accuracy and worksite cleanliness are always taken seriously. The satisfaction of every customer is guaranteed.
It goes without saying, but the importance of a professional electrical installation is vital to the viability of any new construction project. Simply put, it’s much more economical to do things correctly during the construction phase of a building project than make alterations later. That’s why it’s so important to find a dependable commercial electrician at the very outset of a new construction project. Call today to schedule a comprehensive consultation.
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