Electrical Wiring Installations

We provide qualified personnel, electrical engineer and one licensed electrician familiar with all the required services and tasks associated with routine operations and maintenance and scheduled preventative maintenance and inspections of the areas Electrical Infrastructure and Support Systems.  We will support emergency on-call services.

 

  • Perform daily operational and maintenance tasks and routine preventative maintenance on the area of Electrical Infrastructure Systems support equipment, based on a maintenance schedule.
  • Perform daily checkup of all electrical system and appliances to detective bulbs, tube lights, LED lights, parameter lights, plug points, sockets, switches, shot circuits, old wires, and the connections.
  • Provide a representative to attend daily maintenance meetings with the management to coordinate all work (to include but not limited to PM, PMI, repairs, and upgrades).
  • Perform initial power inspection to identify and label incoming power lines, switchgear, distribution panels, sub panels, cables, transformers, phases, voltages, and amperages.
  • Inspect and perform load verification and label all equipment, panels, and circuits in all areas. Label all panels and circuits to include, but not limited to, control buttons, lights, and switches, piping, wiring, valves & motors.
  • Inspect and perform power inspections of electrical system by cleaning panel’s parts and tightening connections and contacts.
  • Inspect and identify issues with all electrical systems, wiring, and panels ,HVAC systems, CATV systems, internet and communications systems, elevators, grounds maintenance, water wells and water supply systems, boilers and steam distribution checklists, lighting and systems, and fire safety systems.
  • Identify and install ground bus bars in all electrical closets, grounding panels, and cable trays.
  • Identify and correct all non-standard wire splicing
  • Identify and remove all abandoned and bypassed wiring.
  • Reinstall panel barriers on all distribution panels.
  • Identify and report any faulty.
  • Install all new parts and/or equipment per manufacturer’s specifications.
  • Install all mechanical pipes and electrical conduit plum and level on reasonably direct paths between termination points, and with the minimum of elbows, except where slopes are required.
  • Provide all warranty information on installed equipment in writing and include what is covered, start/end coverage date.
  • Responsible for all pre-engineering work for maintenance projects, and for the accuracy of all measurements.
  • Provide all chemicals necessary for the work required and associated Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Provide all equipment manuals for installed equipment.
  • Time lines must be submitted for all maintenance project work to include start date, milestones, progress dates against completion, and completion date.
  • Maintain accurate log to include, but not limited to, date/time and results of: visual and preventative maintenance inspections; equipment failures and/or decreased equipment operational status; notifications to management of sub-standard equipment operation and/or equipment failures; suggested/required repairs; and maintenance actions/repairs on equipment.