We have experienced professional engineers on staff who are are licensed to provide engineering services, including creating and stamping electrical drawings for permit and construction use in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
It is important to comply with the latest safety codes and standards by labeling your electrical distribution equipment and panels with the appropriate Arc Flash Hazard safety information. After an extensive field survey, we use advanced computer software to model your distribution system and provide the labels needed to keep your facility compliant and your employees safe.
We operate the latest product releases from AutoDesk including AutoCAD, Revit MEP, and NavisWorks to produce schematic and coordination drawings to facilitate field installation and to minimize installation conflicts between different trades.
Due to the properties of electrical distribution systems, and more importantly the loads connected, the utility company may be billing you for electricity that your facility is not productively using. By reviewing your facility and utility billing history, we can increase your power factor and decrease your monthly utility costs.
Using our power quality metering equipment, we can record and review the voltage and current waveform at your main service, individual panel boards, or individual pieces of equipment to effectively troubleshoot problems with voltage fluctuations, harmonics, and other characteristics that may adversely affect your system's performance.
With the cost of energy on the rise, and several government incentive programs in place, energy efficiency is becoming more and more important. We can design and provide the latest in lighting technology and controls to lower your system's impact on your energy bill and on the environment.