Arrowhead Stadium1 Arrowhead Dr.
Kansas City, MO 64129 The total renovation of the existing Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs, included all new electrical distribution throughout the entire facility.
Capital Electric Construction completed renovation work that included new concessions, suites, restrooms, clubs, lounges, kitchens, a team store, theater, learning center, security center, fountain and new site lighting. Two new levels also were constructed.
The stadium remained operational during the entire project, which spanned two NFL football seasons, thanks to an elaborate temporary power distribution system that provided construction power and maintained essential services. Six months of pre-construction, estimating, design review, value engineering and constructability review aided in the sequencing of the project.
More than 263,000 man-hours were completed with a strong safety record, thanks to a full-time. on-site safety professional working closely with the general contractor’s safety director.
Bally’s Grand Bazaar3635 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Bishop Gorman High School5959 S. Hualapai Way
Las Vegas, NV 89148 Bombard Mechanical completed work at this state-of-the-art private school in classrooms, the central plant, mechanical penthouses, the gym, football stadium and a performing arts facility.
Children’s Mercy Hospital Genetics & Genomics Lab2401 Gillham Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64108
This project, completed by Capital Electric Construction, involved renovating office space into a state-of-the-art scientific lab for molecular genetics and genomes research.
Work included installing a new 480v, 2500amp normal power service, as well as a 480v 2000a emergency power system. This included installation of six transfer switches and one 45-kVA UPS.
The 750-kW emergency generator was installed outdoors and concealed below grade in a concrete vault. LED accent cove lighting was installed on the genomics side of the renovation. Installations also included a new tele-data service and data center, an addressable fire alarm system, medical gas alarm and a card access system. Overhead cranes were used to complete this project.
Children’s Mercy Hospital OR, ED and cath labs2402 Gillham Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64108
This project included the construction of new operating rooms, cath laboratories and an emergency department, along with new 15-kV circuits, new 15-kV substations and a new emergency power distribution system and generator.
During construction, the existing emergency department and ambulance access point were operational. Capital Electric Construction provided temporary emergency power for the hospital for five months.
The job was completed with zero lost-time incidents with 34,000 man hours worked.
Clark County Detention Center330 S. Casino Center Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101 This HVAC and plumbing contract included design/build assist. Bombard Mechanical completed demolition and retrofit of the basement and work on the exterior lift station and four towers while the facility was occupied with inmates.
Old Cathedral209 Walnut St.
St. Louis, MO 63102 The Old Cathedral was constructed in the 1830s and the electrical systems date back to the 1950s. Bell Electrical installed new control panels, replaced wiring and updated lighting fixtures and outlets.
OHSU Skourtes Tower and Life Sciences Building3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd.
Portland, OR 97239 The OHSU Skourtes Tower & Life Sciences Building is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to various disciplines within the life sciences field, such as medicine, dentistry and pharmaceutical. The 650,000-square-foot building includes a two-story underground parking garage, 12 enclosed operatory rooms, three surgical suites, 12 X-ray rooms, 200 dental chairs/operatory rooms, five lecture halls ranging from 50 to 400 seats, a vivarium and a microscope lab which will house 1 electron microscope to atomic level.
OEG installed more than one mile of wire mold, 17 separate bus duct runs from 600A to 4000A, three 3000amp 480V services, and one 2000amp 208V service. The project received LEED Platinum Certification.
PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center400 NE Mother Joseph Pl.
Vancouver, WA 98664 OEG's scope of work on this project included electrical, technology and acoustical design for a 370,000-square-foot patient tower consisting of central sterile, underground parking, utility rooms, CVAD surgeries, general surgeries and five floors of patient rooms. Design also included a central utility plant and a parking garage.
University of Oregon Hatfield-Dowlin Complex1585 E. 13th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97403 This project expanded the athletic department’s primary facility, housing administrative and coaches’ offices, meeting rooms and training and medical treatment facilities, as well as locker rooms for four intercollegiate athletics programs. OEG's scope of work on this project included electrical and low-voltage systems (tele/ data), fire alarms, success control, CCTV, A/V systems and clock systems).
This six-story, 144,000-square-foot building also included a basement parking structure. The building contains offices, weight rooms, mechanical and electrical rooms, locker rooms, theaters, media rooms, a dining room and a complete kitchen. The electrical system included switchgear, UPS systems, specialized lighting and generators.
Amelia Earhart Memorial BridgeU.S. Route 59
Atchison, KS 66002 The new Amelia Earhart Memorial Bridge is a 2,500-foot-long, four lane, tiered arch structure. Capital Electric Line Builders' work on this project included supplying and installing LED aesthetic lighting, navigation lighting, traffic signals, street lighting, maintenance lighting and a utility conduit system. The new bridge replaced the former two-lane structure built in 1938.
Photo by Kansas Department of Transportation.
Wichita to Woodward 345-kV Project
Wichita, KS 67205 This project involved placing more than 31,000 yards of concrete, raising 831 structures and stringing nearly 7 million feet of wire to construct a 345-kV, double-circuit line stretching 108 miles from Wichita to Medicine Lodge, Kansas, and on to an interconnection point at the Oklahoma border.
Capital Electric Line Builders completed this project ahead of schedule and under budget.
Cerner Corporation Towers10200 Abilities Way
Kansas City, KS 66111 The two new nine-story towers, housing more than 4,000 employees, include a call center, clinical care units, fitness facilities, a kitchen, and training and conference rooms. Both towers utilize under-floor modular wiring that distributes power throughout the buildings.
Capital Electric Construction's scope of work included 12 main switchboards, vertical bus ducts, emergency backup generators and UPS units. Sixty miles of conduit, 285 miles of wire, 10,000 light fixtures and 3,600 electrical devices were installed in the towers.
National Nuclear Security Administration Campus14520 Botts Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64147 The National Security Campus houses more than 2,500 workers who manufacture non-nuclear mechanical, electronic and engineered materials for national defense systems. Campus facilities include clean rooms, offices, labs and environmental testing rooms. Capital Electric Construction's work included BIM modeling, power distribution, switchboards and panel boards, lighting, cable trays, bus ducts and HVAC connections.
ViaWest Data Center3935 NW Aloclek Pl C-100
Hillsboro, OR 97124 This 18-megawatt tier IV greenfield project is a 168,912-square-foot facility located on 11.56 acres. The electrical system installation is comprised of multiple 35-kV feeds from the Sunset Substation, including six 3.25-MW generators and four fullgear lineups including multiple UPS systems to ensure continuous operation.
Dakota Prairie Refining3815 116th Ave. SW
Dickinson, ND 58601 Dakota Prairie Refining is the first new refinery to be built in the United States since the late 1970s. Located in western North Dakota, construction is slated to be complete by the end of 2014. Wagner Industrial Electric was initially contracted to provide site grounding and site lighting services. The scope of work was increased to include power and control systems in the inside battery limits area as well as the outside battery limits area. Wagner Industrial added savings to the project by providing value engineering to lower the cost of installation and accelerate electrical installation.
Honda Expansion Project6964 OH-235
Russell’s Point, OH 43348 Honda Transmission Manufacturing of America, Inc. invested $120 million in a 75,000-square-foot expansion to its Russell’s Point plant for the production of a new continuously variable transmission. As part of this expansion, Wagner Industrial Electric installed five unit substations, 15-kV distribution, 4160V feeders, 600V distribution, lighting, fire alarms, CCTV, access control, a public address system and standby generator installations.
Hoku Polysilicon Plant
Pocatello, ID 83201 OEG's scope of work at this new plant involved complete electrical and instrumentation and controls, including: 15-kV electrical distribution, 13.8-kV, 4160V and 480V electrical systems, specialty systems, instrument and control, start up and commissioning. These systems tie into the new reactor and process facility, the administration building, the maintenance/ warehouse and control building, wastewater treatment plant, industrial gas facility, process gas, recovery systems and site utilities. The finished plant will produce up to 4,000MT of crystals per year of highly purified silicon.
Miami University501 E. High St.
Oxford, OH 45056 Wagner Industrial Electric installed new 15-kV underground distribution loops and a 15-kV primary switchhouse, and replaced electrical service gear in multiple buildings to upgrade from 5-kV to 15-kV.
University of Cincinnati Substation2600 Clifton Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45220 The University of Cincinnati in Ohio is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 42,000 students. Wagner Industrial Electric's scope of work on this project consisted of installing of a new 345-kV substation. The conversion from 15-kV electrical service to 345-kV allows the university to purchase their power at transmission rates in lieu of distribution rates, which will provide a three-year return on investment
Mountrail-Williams Substation218 58th St. W.
Williston, ND 58801 This substation serves Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative customers on the northeastern side of Williston, North Dakota. Customers include industrial and commercial developments, hotels, housing, oil and gas producers, and more. Rocky Mountain Contractors constructed the substation’s foundation using 165 cubic yards of concrete and is supported by 61,750 pounds of steel structures. The facility’s dimensions are 125 feet by 400 feet.
Palermo-East Nicolaus 115-kV Reconstruction
Palermo, CA 95968 International Line Builders' work on this reconstruction project involved removing 75 lattice towers and foundations and installing 75 double-circuit hybrid poles and tubular steel poles. Five lattice towers were raised with 10-foot top cage extensions. Reconducturing was completed with wire-to-wire conductor replacement. Helicopter long lining transportation was used throughout the project.
Tower removal and pole installation work was completed at night due to summer load restrictions. Top cage extension installations were completed under energized conditions.
Phillips 66 Coker Drum1000 S. Pine St.
Ponca City, OK 74601 USI Industrial's scope of work involved construction and installation of the main components of a coker unit during a 33-day outage. Two 230-ton coke drums were set onto temporary stands, a new super structure was built around the drums and piping was installed. A new penthouse with a derrick structure also was constructed. A single lift of the penthouse and derrick structure weighing 500 tons was completed using one of the largest cranes in the world.
The project was finished with zero recordable injuries, ahead of schedule, under budget and with zero leaks at startup.
Port Westward Unit 2
Clatskanie, OR 97016 This 220-megawatt natural gas-fired plant is highly efficient and designed for maximum flexibility to meet real-time fluctuations and integrate renewable resources. The plant utilizes 12 reciprocating engines supplied by Wärtsilä North America. The 25,000-horsepower 50SG engines are the first of their size to run entirely on natural gas. The facility sits adjacent to Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s existing natural gas-fired Port Westward and Beaver plants in Columbia County, Oregon. Port Westward Unit 2 can ramp up to full load in less than 10 minutes, allowing it to compensate for wind and solar variability.
Rose Hill to Sooner 345-kV Line
Wichita, KS 67201 This Capital Electric Line Builders project consisted of 50 miles of new 345-kV line and 38 miles of 138-kV underbuilt on the same structures. Steel H-frame and steel single-pole structures were used on the project. Wire sizes were bundled 1590 ACSR on the 345-kV section and single 1192 ACSR on the 138-kV section.
Traffic Signal Replacement
Ravenna, OH 44266 Capital Electric Line Builders designed, purchased and constructed 15 new signalized intersections to complete this upgrade for the city of Ravenna. The upgrade included video detection and emergency vehicle preemption technology.
Traffic Signal Truss Installation
Lenexa, KS 66215 Capital Electric Line Builders completed traffic signals and specialized lighting for a 240-foot, 40-ton traffic signal truss. Work included unconventional signal bracketing, running cables interior to the truss, special lighting on top of the truss towers as well as interior to the towers, and fabricating and installing large custom-fitted stainless steel and plastic light lenses for the truss towers. The project was completed in a short time frame and in conjunction with a general contractor that field assembled and set the large truss structures.
Truman Lake Crossing
Clinton, MO 64735 Capital Electric Line Builders' work on this project involved replacing foundations, structures and wire for six structures crossing Truman Lake. The total distance was 1.1 miles.
High Roller Observation Wheel3545 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
The latest structure to alter the ever-changing Las Vegas skyline presented a unique power distribution challenge to its electrical construction contractor.
Riders step on board the 550-foot-tall High Roller observation wheel, the largest of its kind in the world, while it’s turning. Providing a constant power supply to a moving wheel called for a unique solution. Bombard Electric installed a 480-volt bus rail that runs around the circumference of the rim, maintaining constant contact with the 28 capsules to provide power. The power supplied to each capsule runs video screens, security cameras, fire alarms, and heating and cooling systems to keep riders safe and comfortable. The electrical system also powers 2,000 color-changing LED lights that put on a show every night.
The High Roller anchors the LINQ, a bustling new entertainment district along the Strip. The 300,000-square-foot district features restaurants, retail stores, a hotel/casino, a music venue and a bowling alley. Several MDU Construction Services Group companies provided construction services at the LINQ. Desert Fire Protection designed and installed fire protection systems for several tenants, including Brooklyn Bowl, Tilted Kilt and Fame Street.
Lone Mountain Excavation & Utilities provided grading, utility trenching, build out and excavation services for the LINQ project core and shell, as well as various tenant improvements. Bombard Mechanical installed HVAC, plumbing and refrigeration systems for the LINQ and many other tenants, including Yard House, Koto, Flour & Barley and 12 AM Run.
2121 Belmont Condominiums2121 SE Belmont St.
Portland, OR 97214 This four-story mid rise condominium complex was completed in the summer of 2008. It included 123 units and undercover parking in the first level garage. The electrical scope of this project included fire alarm, access controls and security systems. This was also a post tension slab.
Cosmopolitan Resort & Casino3708 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109 Bombard Mechanical completed HVAC, plumbing and mechanical piping for three restaurants: Scarpetta, Jaleo, and Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill.
South Point9777 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89183 Bombard Mechanical completed duct work and mechanical piping on this two-story arena, which includes a professional bowling alley.
Eastside Cannery5255 Boulder Highway
Las Vegas, NV 89122 Bombard Mechanical's scope of work included plumbing, HVAC, metal roofing and siding for this hotel/casino.
The Cromwell3595 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109 Bombard Mechanical's contract at The Cromwell included plumbing and mechanical services, including an overhaul of the casino, a basement after hours club remodel, a roof-level beach/nightclub, a four-story room remodel, a new parking garage and a loading dock.
Oregon State University Austin Hall443 Austin Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331 Austin Hall is the new home to the Oregon State University's School of Business. The 100,000-square-foot facility has achieved LEED Gold certification and accommodates as many as 5,000 students every year. OEG's work on this project included a 250-seat auditorium, several tiered classrooms, over 80 offices, virtual meeting spaces, a student center, technology lab, a cafe, and more.
Colonel Nesmith Readiness Center12830 Westview Dr.
Dallas, OR 97338 The new building replaced an 18,000-square-foot facility built in 1911. OEG did the design/build services for the new facility that serves the surrounding community with flexible rental space and meets all building codes for Americans with Disabilities Act requirements and seismic requirements. The building met Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver and State Energy Efficient Design (SEED) requirements.
Lewis Integrative Science Building1440 Franklin Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97401 Lewis Integrative Science Building on the University of Oregon campus was a GMP project that included all electrical systems, UPS system, tele/data, access control and fire alarm. This project was a four-story building with a complete basement and a roof-top mechanical penthouse. The 97,000-square-foot project included offices, conference rooms and science labs.
Insitu118 E. Columbia River Way
Bingen, WA 98605 This 150,000-square-foot drone manufacturing and testing facility is located in Bingen, Washington. The tilt-up included three connected buildings — one housing inventory and shipping, one for assembly and the last reserved for drone testing. The three facilities are tied together with 180,000 square feet of cat6 cable.
OEG performed design/build services and installed all electrical, including low voltage, fiber, security, access controls and fire alarm. This project required extensive security clearances through the Department of Defense. The project received LEED Silver Certification.
Meier & Frank Delivery Depot Renovation1417 NW Everett
Portland, OR 97209 Originally built in 1928 as a four-story building, a penthouse was added to the existing roof for a total of five stories in this LEED Platinum building. The roof is covered with a photovoltaic array and includes an eco-roof and outdoor gathering space. Levels one, three, four and five house approximately 130,000 square feet of commercial office space. Level two is devoted to parking. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel2801 N. Gantenbein Ave.
Portland, OR 97227 OEG completed electrical and technology design for this new 330,000-square-foot, nine-story pediatric patient tower with 160 beds for child care and a Children’s Emergency Department. THe project also includes a remodel of the hospital’s west wing and patient tower to accommodate an additional 46 beds and a 425-space parking garage.
Legacy Emanuel Adult Services2801 N. Gantenbein Ave.
Portland, OR 97227 OEG's work on this project involved the renovation of adult medical services within existing patient care areas on the Legacy Emanuel Medical Campus. The project scope included the renovation and expansion of emergency department services, intensive care services, acute care services and family support services, totaling approximately 105,000 square feet of program space.
Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital2211 NE 139th St.
Vancouver, WA 98686 OEG installed all electrical and low voltage systems in the hospital and both medical office buildings.
Adventist Medical Center Pavilion10123 SE Market St.
Portland, OR 97216 OEG's scope of work on this project involved construction of a new, four-story pavilion that brought together a number of existing and new outpatient services in a facility that offers convenient access for patients. The outpatient pavilion added 180,000 square feet to the hospital campus.
Novellus Tualatin11155 SW Leveton Dr.
Tualatin, OR 97062 This high-tech tool manufacturing facility included a training facility for research and development of wafer processing equipment. This was a design/build project completed by OEG that included power and lighting, telecom, life safety, instrumentation and controls, CCTV and security.
SolarWorld25300 NW Evergreen Rd.
Hillsboro, OR 97124 OEG’s scope of work expanded over the duration of this project to include: new central utility building (CUB), recommission electrical system, IFC, retrofit electrical panels, K3 cell tooling, process chilled water and compressed dry air (PCW/CDA), PGE dispatch power, K4 grower tool install, K4 under floor lighting, and start-up and commissioning of scrubbers.
Clackamas River Water16770 SE 82nd Dr.
Clackamas, OR 97015 This OEG project included a full electrical service upgrade, DSG generator project and replacement of all MCCs in the water treatment plant.
FedEx Distribution Center2460 NW Sundial Rd.
Troutdale, OR 97060 FedEx Ground’s new 450,000-square-foot hub is a massive facility on a network of 1,700 piles driven 65 feet into the ground. It also created a system of inlets, catch basins and underground storm drain pipes to treat runoff water leaving the site. The package processing facility features advanced material-handling technology that moves packages at 540 feet per minute along nearly 15 miles of conveyor belts, processing up to 22,500 packages per hour.
Durham CoGen & Brown Grease Receiving16060 SW 85th Ave.
Tigard, OR 97224 OEG's scope of work on this project involved construction of a new brown grease receiving facility and a new cogeneration facility to house two 848-kW engine generators, a gas purification system, a gas storage facility and associated systems, including HVAC, odor control and plumbing elements.
Oak Lodge Waste Water Treatment Plant14611 SE River Rd.
Oak Grove, OR 97267
This OEG project included pump station modifications, two secondary clarifiers and RAS pump station, a UV disinfection system, two interchange bioreactors and interchange return pump station, odor control system modifications for interchange bioreactors, electrical building modifications, two carports, landscaping and irrigation systems.
T5 Data CenterNW Evergreen Rd. & NW Brookwood Pkwy.
Hillsboro, OR 97124 OEG installed a turnkey electrical package, including server racks, busway feeders, busway, low voltage cabling, underfloor cable tray and security cabling.
Mentor Graphics Data Center8005 SW Boeckman Rd.
Wilsonville, OR 97070 Mentor Graphics EDT North America is a new, approximately 20,000-square-foot data center. OEG's work on this project included the installation of a new 2M generator with infrastructure for an additional future 2M generator. Work also included power, lighting, service and distribution, fire alarm and voice data as well as a raised floor dropped slab for A/B receptacles on an overhead cable tray, VESDA, FA, EPO and DataTrax monitoring.
EWEB Roosevelt Operations CenterRoosevelt Boulevard and Beltline Road
Eugene, OR 97401 OEG completed work on the Eugene Water and Electric Board Operations Center, including two expandable 550-kVA PowerWare UPS units, remote bypass switches and large power distribution units with large-frame circuit breakers for the new Starline Busway system installed above the new Rittal Data Racks.
ServerTech PDUs are integral to the Rittal cabinets and are redundantly fed from both UPS sources. There is a stand-by diesel generator for emergency power loss to the UPS units. Many of the service components are integrated into the building's main infrastructure system, reducing the need to install a dedicated electrical service to the new ROC data center. This project received LEED Gold Certification.
EWEB Headquarters Data Center Upgrade500 E. Fourth Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401 This project, completed by OEG, involved two expandable 550-kVA PowerWare UPS units fed via a 1,200-amp electrical service with stand-by power fired from a new 750-kW diesel generator. New power distribution feeders route from the level one main switchboards and bypass switches to the large PDU units. The data center remained fully operational and the building remained fully occupied during this project.
New Seasons Markets
Portland, OR OEG has worked closely with the general contractor in a design/build role to successfully complete several New Seasons Markets projects in the Portland metropolitan area on time and with cost savings to the client. Examples of the stores’ many upscale features are full service delicatessens, gelato cases, sushi bars and made-to-order meal counters.
Reser's Fine Foods15570 SW Jenkins Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97006 OEG is the primary electrical contractor at the Reser’s facility in Beaverton, Oregon. Duties and responsibilities range from basic lighting repair to major switchgear upgrades and repair. OEG is on call 24/7 at these facilities and works closely with maintenance as and management to maintain productivity.
Pio Pico Energy project
County of San Diego, CA International Line Builders' work on this project in Southern California involves construction of a natural gas-fired, simple-cycle peaking and load-following facility to supply power to San Diego County.
Primary equipment for the Pio Pico Energy project included three 100 MW General Electric LMS100 turbine generators. When complete, the facility will have a net generating capacity of 300 megawatts.
International Line Builders constructed a new 230-kV gen-tie overhead and underground transmission line to an existing San Diego Gas & Electric substation, as well as the PPEC switchyard, which includes 230-kV SF6 breakers, CT/PT units, ISO-Buss and H-frame structures.
IKEA3960 Duncan Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110 Bell Electrical Contractors is doing electrical construction work in this new 380,000-square-foot store.
Kauffman Charter School6401 The Paseo
Kansas City, MO 64131
The Ewing Kauffman Charter School includes a middle school and high school with a common cafeteria and gymnasium. The school is privately funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and is intended to provide college preparatory education.
Capital Electric Construction's scope of work included a 3000amp 480V service, 130-kW emergency generator, 40-kVA UPS, three automatic transfer switches, and integrated panel and transformer switchboards. The lighting system is controlled by motion sensors and is capable of dimming and daylight harvesting. The project scope also included installing a digital addressable fire alarm system and voice and data structured cabling systems.
Life Care Center of Rhea County10055 Rhea County Highway
Dayton, TN 37321
Maryville University dorms650 Maryville University Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63141 Bell Electrical provided design/build and electrical construction services for the Maryville University dorm project.
MiTek corporate headquarters14515 N. Outer Forty
Chesterfield, MO 63017 Bell Electrical Contractors completed new construction of this 100,000-square-foot office building that includes a data center.
North Kansas City Hospital Emergency Department2800 Clay Edwards Dr.
North Kansas City, MO 64116
This emergency department expansion included 42 treatment rooms, four triage rooms and three trauma rooms to accommodate patients’ needs. This project also included relocating a ground level helicopter pad to the roof of the expansion.
Capital Electric Construction provided electrical installations for this project and subcontracted nurse call and fire alarms. An 800A 480V normal power feed was routed through the existing hospital to feed the new expansion. Capital Electric installed an outdoor 300-kW emergency generator and four transfer switches to handle emergency requirements. Aircraft notification beacons were installed on parking lot light poles and building perimeters to meet requirements for the roof-mounted helicopter pad. Capital Electric used overhead cranes and extensive traffic redirection to complete this project.
Sun Theater3625 Grandel Square
St. Louis, MO 63108 The Sun Theater, a St. Louis relic, underwent a major renovation after sitting empty for years. Bell Electrical restored the theater's wiring and lighting fixtures.
William Jewell College Pryor Learning Center500 College Hill
Liberty, MO 64068
William Jewell College Pryor Learning Commons is a three-story bookless library that places students at the forefront of innovation in higher education. This fully donor-funded building serves as William Jewel’s intellectual center of the campus where students gather, learn and create 24 hours a day with virtually unlimited cutting-edge resources.
Capital Electric Construction's scope of work on this project included fire alarm systems, card access systems, CCTV, CATV, A/V, fiber optic backbone and a Cat 6A voice/data system.
This project achieved LEED Silver Certification.
H&R Block World Headquarters1301 Main St.
Kansas City, MO 64105 The H&R Block World Headquarters was the first major project for Kansas City's South Downtown Revitalization. The project included construction of an 18-story high-rise office building with a data center, a three-story building that included a cafeteria, training rooms and retail space, and the 320-seat Kansas City Repertory Theater. An underground, five-level parking garage was constructed beneath the building.
Capital Electric Construction's scope of work included feeder rough-in for KCP&L utility switchgear, transformer vault underground conduits, emergency and normal power bus-way risers, generators and paralleling switchgear, UPS systems, and fire alarm and security wiring. Capital Electric Construction installed 15,000 lighting fixtures, 57 miles of conduit and 327 miles of wiring.
Black & Veatch World Headquarters11401 Lamar Ave.
Overland Park, KS 66211
This project consisted of a corporate office building renovation with heavy mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades, complete demolition and reconstruction of office production areas, restrooms, a multimedia studio, kitchen and dining space, and a wellness center. The addition included a large, single-story entry pavilion featuring a green roof, two-story ceiling space, terrazzo floors and numerous meeting and presentation spaces. The space utilizes a geothermal system for heating and cooling. The project also included four acres of site-work reconstruction including bioswales, walking paths and new lighting.
Capital Electric Construction installed more than 3,300 CAT 6A data drops throughout the facility. The project also included a complete new fiber backbone to 15 telecommunications closets. The project required close coordination with the general contractor and owner to allow the owner to maintain business operations.
BNSF-Kansas City intermodal facility32880 W. 191st St.
Edgerton, KS 66021 The BNSF Intermodal Facility is a 440-acre intermodal facility with a 560-acre logistics park. The BNSF Intermodal Facility provides businesses with a direct connection to the global supply chain via the BNSF's transcontinental railroad that begins in Long Beach, California, and terminates in Chicago, Illinois. The facility offers companies the ability to quickly and efficiently ship goods by rail and truck to their final destinations. The facility is equipped with wide-span, electric, rail-mounted gantry cranes that produce zero emissions onsite and have significantly reduced the number of hostler trucks needed to move containers within the yard. The intermodal facility features a streamlined automated gate system for trucks as they enter and exit, which uses digital cameras to record images of containers, chassis and tractors. Drivers are also identified using a biometric system. These enhancements have increase security, while improving throughout, reducing truck idling time and emissions by 50 percent.
Capital Electric Construction's electrical scope of work included more than 65,400 lineal feet of red concrete-encased duct bank, more than a half million feet of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) conduit, more than 130 miles of electrical wire, five generators, 23 pad-mounted transformers, two main switchgear sources, 22 S&C sectionalizing equipment cabinets, 65 electric precast manholes, and 318 electric and communication precast hand holes.
Welcome to Las Vegas Sign5100 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104 This project is powered by 18 SolarWorld Sunmodule 270 watt solar modules with one SMA SB4000TL inverter. The three solar trees, installed by Bombard Renewable Energy, utilize the latest solar PV technology from SolarWorld, SMA and Deck Monitoring.
Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy1201 W. Lake Mead Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89106 Bombard Renewable Energy installed 2,249 240-watt solar modules on the roofs of five buildings and three solar support structures. The roof-mounted systems utilize a ballasted racking solution with minimal roof penetrations. The solar support structures are used for covered parking.
The Neon Museum770 N. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101 This Bombard Renewable Energy project consisted of 120 LDK 285-watt solar modules installed on three solar support structures used for covered parking. The solar PV system also utilized three Fronius 10-kW grid interactive inverters. The system produces more than 55,000 kWh of clean energy for the museum each year.
Shawnee Mission Medical Center Birth Center9100 W. 74th St.
Shawnee Mission, KS 66204
This four-story expansion wing included 26 labor/delivery rooms, nursing stations, a recovery/post-partum floor, 26 neonatal intensive care unit rooms, covered parking, admitting and connections to the existing Birth Center and main hospital.
Capital Electric Construction's work included relocating the existing 15-kV main service to the hospital and installing a new 200a 15-kV service with 2500 kVA substation transformer. Capital Electric added a new 1500-kW generator to the existing paralleling gear and installed four automatic transfer switches as part of the emergency system. Building information modeling and GPS equipment guided the placement of prefabricated branch conduit racks. Work also included installing a digital addressable lighting system that can program settings, dimming and daylight harvesting. Subcontracts included voice/data, fire alarm, security, nurse call and card access.
Caesars Palace3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109 Bombard Mechanical's work history at Caesars Palace is extensive. Our team of experts has completed HVAC, plumbing and mechanical piping work in the Nobu Tower and Restaurant, the Colosseum, the Octavius Tower, the Race and Sports Book Bar, the Palace Court High Limit poker room and many more.
Bombard Electric also has completed numerous projects at Caesars Palace.
Washington University1 Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130 Bell Electrical installed several video screen panels on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis.
Webster University470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119 Bell Electrical certified, documented and repaired Webster University's existing cable infrastructure for the installation of a VoIP phone system.
WPAFB Human Performance Wing4881 Sugar Maple Dr.
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433
The Human Performance Wing project consisted of the design and construction of a complex at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base with two facilities.
The approximately 490,000-square-foot south building and 185,000-square-foot north complex was constructed in the northeastern corner of Wright-Patterson’s Area “B.” ESI Electrical's work on this project also included the renovation of five smaller existing structures. The project consisted of laboratory, classroom, training and medical testing facilities
Xavier University Alter Hall Transformation3800 Victory Pkwy.
Cincinnati, OH 45207
ESI Electrical's work on the Alter Hall Transformation project consisted of the design/assist construction of an existing classroom building built in 1960 at Xavier University.
Dayton Children’s Hospital new patient tower1 Childrens Plaza
Dayton, OH 45404
This new patient tower is the first phase in a renewal program for Dayton Children’s main campus. ESI Electrical's scope of work on this project includes replacement of the aging inpatient care areas, providing single-occupancy rooms. The eight-story bed tower also provides shell space for phased implementation, build-out of a new NICU PICU/IMCU, hematology/oncology center, food service and kitchen, and a public lobby
Block 110 Tower50 E. 13th St.
Kansas City, MO 64106
This 25-story luxury apartment tower project included 311 apartments, retail and fitness spaces and social areas. Capital Electric Construction installed new service entrance switchgear, a generator, bus way risers, metering switchboards, fire alarm and voice/data.
Convention Center Ballroom1301 W. 13th St.
Kansas City, MO 64105 This $7.5 million LEED project consisted of specialty lighting, fire alarm, security, clerestory shading, DALI and building management systems. The Bartle Ballroom is one of the 10 largest ballrooms in the country, boasting 46,000 square feet of space with seating for 3,000 people.
The building sits over Interstate 670, which presented an added safety challenge for Capital Electric Construction. Crews ran primary and secondary conduits over I-670, and ran conduit 40-50 feet in the air inside the facility. The ballroom was completed with more than 10,000 hours and no recordable injuries.
LaCygne generating plant environmental retrofit25166 E. 2200th Rd.
La Cygne, KS 66040 Capital Electric Construction completed multiple air quality control projects at this generating plant. One project involved installing a new underground duct bank system, including more than 100,000 lineal feet of raceway ranging in size from two to six inches in diameter. Raceways included PVC and rigid galvanized steel-embedded raceways, and FRP elbows and nipples.
National World War I Museum100 W. 26th St.
Kansas City, MO 64108 This project consisted of two jobs. The first was a design/build core job and the second was an exhibit lighting and A/V project. Overall, the $4.5 million project was completed with zero lost time incidents and 26,000 man hours.
Capital Electric Construction provided complete installation of lighting, a dimming system and audio/visual cabling for all exhibit components. We provided design/build services for the dimming system, which included 25 different plug-in circuit raceways for theater lighting, as well as 800 amps, three cabinets and 288 circuits. The A/V system included a complete UPS backup system for the command center. Lighting was provided for the house, theater, cases, objects, signs, scrims, artifacts, scenic elements and special effects. There were 67 unique types of lighting fixtures used and more than 1,200 feet of track was installed with 600 different heads.
University of Kansas security systems1450 Jayhawk Blvd.
Lawrence, KS 66045 Capital Electric Construction's scope of work included installing CCTV and access control systems on three different University of Kansas campuses, including approximately 500 cameras and 100 card readers. Crews work jointly with university staff to design the systems to accommodate their needs.
High-Tech Manufacturing Campus
Hillsboro, OR 97003 OEG updated multiple manufacturing and utilities buildings on the campus of a confidential client. Work involved upgrading numerous systems, including process, mechanical, electrical, life safety, instrumentation and control, SCADA and information technology, to facilitate newer process technologies.
Nellis Air Force Base Solar Power Plant4430 Grissom Ave.
Nellis AFB, NV 89191 Bombard Renewable Energy constructed the Nellis Air Force Base 14-megawatt solar power plant’s PV and electrical systems, and also procured a large portion of the electrical equipment.
Stillwater Geothermal Solar Hybrid Power PlantLawrence Ln.
Fallon, NV 89406 Bombard Renewable Energy was the prime contractor on this project, managing civil, structural and electrical engineers, an architect, and earthwork, fencing and foundation contractors.
This power plant is the first of its kind in the world, integrating an existing 65-megawatt geothermal facility and a solar PV plant through the same utility interconnection point. The geothermal plant operation was not interrupted during the construction of the solar PV plant.
Christopher S. Bond BridgeI-29/I-35 over the Missouri River
Kansas City, MO 64120 The Christopher S. Bond Bridge is located on I-29/I-35 over the Missouri River. Capital Electric Line Builders' scope of work included traffic signals, highway lighting and intelligent transportation systems, including cameras, message boards, fiber communications, aesthetic, navigation and an FAA lighting system.
Beatles Love Theater at Mirage Las Vegas3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109 Love Theater at The Mirage houses 6,341 speakers and 2,013 seats set around a central stage. Each seat is fitted with three speakers, including a pair in the headrest. The stage includes nine lifts and eight automated tracks and trolleys.
Red Rock Fire Station and CampgroundMoenkopi Loop
Las Vegas, NV 89161 Bombard Renewable Energy's installation of the pole mounted and covered parking of the Red Rock Fire Station and Campground consisted of 288 Sharp 240 watt modules, and used eight SMA grid interactive inverters, which produces approximately 109,422 kWhr of energy annually. The energy generated by the solar arrays from the facility supports many on-site operations.
Fuyao auto glass plant2801 W. Stroop Rd.
Moraine, OH 45439
Fuyao Glass America is renovating 1.3 million square feet of a former General Motors manufacturing facility for use as an automotive glass plant that will employ 1,500 people when fully operational. Wagner Industrial Electric is providing high-voltage 15-kV distribution, rehabilitating substations, installing bus ducts and equipment feeders, and providing interconnection for owner-supplied equipment at the plant.
Cincinnati Music Hall1241 Elm St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
The historic Cincinnati Music Hall, built in 1878, is undergoing an extensive renovation. ESI Electrical Contractors is providing design/assist services for the project.
Design/assist services include Revit drafting, BIM coordination, electrical room, closet, equipment and lighting layout, conduit and cable tray routing and branch circuiting. Services also include evaluation of existing systems, design for existing and new systems, and planning for operation and maintenance. ESI will also provide theatrical system installation.
Anaconda distribution pole replacement
Anaconda, MT 59711
Rocky Mountain Contractors replaced 34 distribution power poles in Anaconda, Montana.
Bench Boulevard road widening
Billings, MT 59105
The scope of this project Rocky Mountain Contractors involved installing 64 services on a natural gas supply line and 32 tie-ins with a larger-capacity main line and tying the new line to homes and businesses.
Bozeman, MT 59717
Rocky Mountain Contractors used hydroexcavation to expose gas lines for a project at Montana State University.
Underground cable replacement
Billings, MT 59102
This project involved horizontal directional drilling to replace 8,745 feet of primary underground cable. Rocky Mountain Contractors also replaced and reset 29 transformers and five junction boxes.
Good Samaritan Hospital North addition9000 N. Main St.
Dayton, OH 45415 ESI Electrical provided electrical construction on a seven-story addition to Good Samaritan Hospital North. The 154,000-square-foot addition to the existing building includes a 22-bed emergency center that uses 22,000 square feet of the space. The facility is a Level I Trauma Center with in-house X-ray and CT scan suites.
University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium renovation2700 Bearcat Way
Cincinnati, OH 45221
ESI Electrical provided extensive electrical construction services on this $86 million renovation project.
Phase one of the project began with underground site utility relocation in December 2013. Phase two, the stadium renovation, began in July 2014. ESI’s scope of work included power distribution, general power, general lighting, lighting control, security access, low-voltage tele/data and fire alarm for the new five-story pavilion, along with all new sports lighting for the entire stadium.
The pavilion addition included suites, seating, patios, bar and lounge, a terrace, press room, restrooms and concessions.
Construction was complete in time for the first home football game in September 2015.
WPAFB Medical Center4881 Sugar Maple Dr.
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433
ESI Electrical's scope of work on this medical center renovation included the following systems: access control, nurse call, fire alarm, network lighting controls, paging and power distribution. ESI also replaced two 2.5 MW generators and remote annunciators, and a 12,470V paralleling gear and remote operating panel, and relocated the access control head end and the med gas alarm panel.
Central State University Student Center1400 Brush Row Rd.
Wilberforce, OH 45384
ESI Electrical Contractors provided electrical and low-voltage construction on this three-story, 80,000-square-foot new student center at Central State University. The facility included two cafeterias, a 500+ seat dining area, game lounge, bookstore, meeting areas, offices, ballroom and a multi- purpose room with an extensive theatrical lighting and sound system.
University of Cincinnati Medical Science Building231 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati, OH 45229
ESI Electrical Contractors performed power distribution, lighting, voice/data and a mechanical equipment upgrade on this 320,000-square-foot renovation.
Queen City Tower301 E. Fourth St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
ESI Electrical completed core and shell distribution, tenant fit-out on all 18 floors, all power distribution and emergency power.
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati1000 Broadway St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
ESI Electrical Contractors's scope of work included core and shell distribution, cable trays, lightning protection and emergency and back-up power.
Horseshoe Casino Cleveland100 Public Square
Cleveland, OH 44113
This project involved the renovation of an 80-year-old department store. ESI Electrical Contractors installed all branch circuits and lighting, game power, bars, restaurants and buffet as well as a new medium-voltage substation, central plant and emergency generator and UPS systems. The scope of work also included fire alarm, security systems and teledata raceways.
Thistle Down Racino21501 Emery Rd.
North Randall, OH 44128
ESI Electrical Contractors installed branch circuits and lighting, gaming power, and mobile normal and emergency distribution trailers as part of this race track renovation project. The scope of work also included fire alarm, security and teledata raceways, restaurant and bar wiring, parking lot and monument lighting, valet canopies, traffic gates, and outdoor gaming patios and bars.
Lebanon Racino6000 OH-63
Lebanon, OH 45036
ESI Electrical Contractors performed site electrical, low-voltage systems and race track lighting at this 200,000-square-foot gaming facility and harness race track.
Dayton Metro Library Operation Center120 S. Patterson Blvd.
Dayton, OH 45402
This project was a renovation of a 125-year-old, 41,000-square-foot historical building. ESI Electrical Contractors was subcontracted to perform new normal and emergency power distribution, branch circuiting, lighting, lighting controls, fire alarm system and network cabling.
Some of the challenges on this project included keeping the original historical architecture while installing all new infrastructures. ESI provided 3D installation/coordination drawings, along with the other trades on the project, to ensure all systems would be installed without impacts.
GM Fairfax assembly paint shop addition3200 Fairfax Traffic Way
Kansas City, KS 66115
The GM Fairfax assembly paint shop addition was initiated in order to take advantage of thin film technology upgrades. Other upgrades include reduction of volatile organic compound emissions and up to a 50 percent reduction in energy consumption during the painting process.
In partnership with Hunt Electric, Capital Electric installed the PTED and process conveying systems. The scope of work included installing 844 conveyor beds, 10 VDL lift conveyors and 36 turntables. Electrical installation included 140,000 feet of power wiring, 31,000 feet of cable tray, 400 motor controllers, 44 VFDs and 51 control panels.
Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena3780 S. Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89109 Lone Mountain Excavation & Utilities provided underground wet utilities at the Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, which included water, sewer and storm drain systems.
Avaya lab relocation12121 Grant St.
Thornton, CO 80602 This project involved a fast-track relocation, tenant renovation and downsizing of lab operations into a 101,593-square-foot facility in four months. Duro Electric Company installed all new switchboards, panel boards, lighting, controls and cable tray, as well as some specially prefabricated wiring devices. Project scope also involved the relocation of the existing UPS systems from the tenant’s previous location.
ASML office7451 NW Evergreen Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124 This design/build project included tenant improvements for a high-end 42,000-square-foot open office with prefabricated DIRTT walls. The project also included a new outdoor deck, landscaping elements and minor modifications to the exterior wall.
Cowlitz CasinoInterstate 5
La Center, WA 98629 Designed by world-renowned architect and interior design firm The Friedmutter Group, the facility features elements indigenous to the Pacific Northwest and heritage of the Cowlitz Tribe. The casino includes 100,000 square feet of gaming space with 2,500 slots and 80 gaming tables, 15 different restaurants, bars and retail outlets, and a 2,500-seat meeting and entertainment venue hosting nationally recognized performances.
Oregon State University Valley Football Center725 SW 30th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330 The project will add 55,000 square feet of additional space to the center that will house a new locker room at field level, expanded training and equipment areas, a new team meeting room and a media center. The end zone seating will be reconstructed with improved sight lines, while a concourse will connect the east and west sides of the stadium.
240 Clay240 SE Clay St.
Portland, OR 97214 This five-story building is comprised of 60,000 square feet of industrial office space above approximately 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. A raised access floor mechanical system sets this building apart, offering LEED standard energy performance as well as maximum flexibility for its occupants. Tenants also enjoy ample bike parking, electric car charging stations, nearly 100 on-site parking stalls, and convenient access to the Portland Streetcar and the MAX light rail.
Providence St. Vincent9205 SW Barnes Road
Portland, OR 97225 This project involved recladding the exterior with a new aluminum and glass skin. The new exterior curtain wall or skin will save energy and help the hospital better control temperatures. Work also will include new electrical and air distribution systems.
The OvertonNW Overton Street
Portland, OR 97209 Located on a full city block in Portland’s Pearl District, the 26-story, 405,858-square-foot LEED Silver mixed-use tower will include 284 luxury apartment units. The tower is uniquely turned 45 degrees off the city grid, allowing tenants views of the city not available in most residential towers. The post-tensioned concrete tower includes two levels of underground parking with 228 parking stalls. The ground floor podium aligns with the city grid and includes retail and building amenities.
Nike Northwoods expansion1 One Bowerman Drive
Beaverton, OR 97005
Building 2 amounts to nearly 887,000 square feet, roughly nine stories tall. It is being built northeast of the Tiger Woods Center on the north side of the Nike campus.
The other structure, Building 1, brings 412,000 square feet of office space, north of the Tiger Woods Center and Jerry Rice Building and on the west side of Building 2.
OHSU Center for Health & Healing South3303 SW Bond Avenue
Portland, OR 97239
The Center for Health & Healing South will include two buildings adjacent to the existing building at SW Moody & Gibbs Street. The two buildings will be connected to each other and the existing OHSU Center for Health & Healing building via a set of sky bridges over Southwest Whitaker Street and Southwest Bond Street.
Block 29 will be an ambulatory care building with 360,000 square feet of space, 60,000 of which will be used for Knight Cancer Clinical Trials. The 12-story building will be built on top of an existing below grade parking garage.
The 10-story Block 28 building be located on a site currently used as surface parking. The building includes one level of below-grade parking, retail and conference facilities on the ground floor, four levels of elevated parking, an elevated central utility plant and 72,000 square feet of guest housing at the top of the structure.
Solar Star tower raise
Los Banos, CA This reconductor double-circuit project included new fiber and spanned 32 miles. Reconductor required the use of a helicopter.
Cottonwood, CA International Line Builders completed H-structure replacement, reinsulation and retensioning for this 180-mile project.
Arrow Wood pole relocation
La Pine, OR This project involved 115-kV overhead to underground conversion. International Line Builders installed more than three miles of underground cable.
Irvine, CA International Line Builders installed eight 10 foot x 20 foot vaults and 6,000 feet of trench with six 5-inch concrete-encased duct bank.
Royer transmission project
Fullerton, CA International Line Builders installed four 10 foot x 20 foot vaults, 3,200 feet of trench with six 5-inch encased conduit duct bank and 100 feet of 28-inch bore casing at approximate 23 feet in depth.
Highland, CA International Line Builders placed eight 10 foot x 20 foot vaults and 6,900 feet of trench with six 5-inch concrete encased duct bank. This underground system was built for the removal of a section of 33kV and 66kV overhead lines.
Fowler, CA This 20-mile project involved a tower raise, reconductoring and retentioning. Reconductor required the use of a helicopter.
Valley Electric Association Utility-Scale Solar Project
Pahrump, NV 89041
Bombard Renewable Energy, a division of Bombard Electric, LLC, constructed a 17-megawatt community solar power project near Pahrump, Nevada, to supply electricity to the members of Valley Electric Association, a nonprofit, member-owned electric cooperative. Bombard Renewable Energy is providing engineering, procurement and construction services for the 54,000 photovoltaic panels that are being constructed on the 80-acre site. Bombard also is constructing a 2,640-foot, 24.9-kV distribution line.
As part of the project, Bombard Renewable Energy and VEA are working closely with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to protect Mojave Desert tortoises at the project site. Unique design and construction elements are being used to reduce impact on the tortoises. VEA also is facilitating and funding research and monitoring studies in partnership with government agencies and regional researchers to evaluate solar panel configuration impacts on local vegetation, tortoises and birds.
Garland solar project
Lancaster, CA This 230-megawatt solar array in Southern California includes nearly 900,000 solar modules, 59,000 feet of fiber and 780 medium-voltage terminations. The 34.5-kV collection system consists of 168 poles with overhead conductors as well as 600 medium-voltage terminations and 110,000 feet of conductor.
First Solar Moapa
Bombard Electric performed the balance of systems for the second half of the First Solar project on the Moapa River Indian Reservation north of Las Vegas.
Lone Mountain Excavation performed the excavation and back fill of all electrical lines totaling approximately 82,000 lineal feet, as well as back fill around existing large electrical junction vaults. Lone Mountain also drilled and installed 497 combiner posts, and performed final grading around the solar arrays.
The utility-scale solar project is generating a total of 250 megawatts on a 2,000-acre site and includes an on-site substation and a new five-and-a-half-mile transmission line connecting the site to customers in California.
Washington University – Scott McKinley Research Building4515 McKinley Avnue
St. Louis, MO 63130 Bell Electrical completed new construction of a six-story, 181,000-square-foot research lab facility. The facility includes departments for genetics, genome sciences and systems biology, internal medicine, developmental biology and radiology. The building was a LEED v2009 Silver Building, located in the heart of the medical school campus.
Jefferson Barracks – VA Clinic and Tenant Buildings1 Jefferson Barracks Drive
St. Louis, MO 63125 This new construction project features a state-of-the-art outpatient clinic and a physician office building. The buildings house occupational and physical therapy departments, including a therapy pool and chapel. The buildings together are approximately 200,000 square feet. Bell Electrical Contractors provided all power and low-voltage wiring for the project.
Washington University – Rubelmann House6618 Shepley Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130 This new five-story residence hall includes 61 dorm rooms, one apartment, student lounges, study areas and the First Year Student Center. Bell Electrical Contractors provided new service from Umrath Hall, including lighting, power, pathway lighting and voice/data.
Washington University – Brauer HallOne Brooking Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130
This new construction project features state-of-the-art research laboratories in air quality, aquatics, metabolic engineering, aerosol science and engineering, combustion and nanoparticle technology. The 150,875-square-foot building is a LEED Gold-certified building. Bell Electrical Contractors provided all power and low-voltage installation.