Primary Underground Power – Generator Backup – Lighting

Our expert team led the electrical construction of the new Sentara Princess Anne Hospital with Whiting & Turner. This project entailed primary underground, generator backup, emergency, interior lighting and power, and power for an entire four-story parking garage.


Fiber Optic – Network Cabling

We handled the construction of a two-story, 42,000 sq. ft. addition and a 50,500 sq. ft. renovation to building NH-95, which is an integral network operations center for the US government. We effectively applied our solutions to work seamlessly with the building’s six-plus miles of data and fiber optic cabling, along with its 115,000 LF of raceway.


Back-up Power Infrastructure – Electrical Upgrades

We partnered with Mid-Eastern Builders to install the new battery backup power infrastructure for Wallops Island’s weather radar system, which acquires, maintains, and distributes a continuous flow of meteorological satellite data throughout the United States.


Primary Underground Power – Lighting – Interior Power

For this comprehensive project, we provided electrical services for a two-story, 83,000 sq. ft. government facility and renovations to a 20,000 sq. ft. on-site structure. From primary underground, lighting, and interior power to phone/data installation, our team went above and beyond.


Power Infrastructure – Lighting

We constructed 11 rail stations along the Light Rail route, which runs from the Eastern Virginia Medical Center to Newtown Rd. in Norfolk, Virginia. Along with power infrastructure and light pole install, our expert team handled fixtures and site signs.


Underground Communications Infrastructure

In order to allow a new major roadway to enter the military training base, we relocated its direct telecommunications infrastructure and implemented new solutions–including 19 communication vaults and an eight-way, 5” conduit pathway. Our team delivered, spliced, tested, and installed copper cables (1200 to 100 pair count size) and fiber optic cables (96 to 24 strand counts).


Security & Controls

This project required a team approach. So we partnered with Siemens to install a new building automation system in the hospital. That’s not all: our team handled the control wiring of AHU’s, chillers, VAV boxes, and a wide variety of mechanical equipment.

Pharmaceutical Upgrade Substation, North Carolina

This project was to construct a new powerhouse and infrastructure to facilitate several expansions at the facility.  We completed the installation of all new 15 KV, 5 KV and 600V switchgear lineups; excavation throughout property to install new duct banks and Trenwa trenches; and installation of over 100,000 feet of medium voltage cable and terminations. All of which was completed while maintaining the Owner’s daily operations with no unscheduled interruptions.

Repair/Replace Overhead to Underground Electrical, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, Greensboro, NC,

This job was the second phase of the overhead to underground conversion of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base; including: demolition of existing overhead medium voltage lines and installing underground via new duct banks, as well as a considerable amount of directional drilling. Also included in this project was the installation of pad mounted switches and pad mounted transformers throughout the base.

N-Area Replace 15KV Oil Switches & Transformers, Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia

This project was to replace parts of an antiquated and failing system of switches and transformers.  Throughout the duration of this project, we demolished existing oil switches and transformers, installed new SF6 gas switches and new pad mounted transformers. Installation of miles of new duct banks and medium voltage cable, terminations and splicing.

Replace 11.5 & 2300 Switchgear Building 272, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, VA

Demolition and disposal of existing sectionalized switchgear and replaced with new 5KV and 15KV distribution switchgear  to upgrade the antiquated systems.  The project had to be completed without long duration times.  This was accomplished by utilizing temporary medium voltage switchgear and several temporary circuits that were ran outside of the facility.  We incorporated many short duration outages to accomplish this task with zero long term or uncoordinated outages.

P-610 Electrical Repairs to Piers 2, 6, 7 and 11 Naval Station Norfolk.

This project was to upgrade the entire ship-to-shore power systems on each of the piers.  The existing fixed power stations were to be replaced with self-powered mobile railcar type systems.  This required a heavy coordination effort to help the facility to maintain ship operations throughout the length of the contract.  Along with the installation of the power stations, over 80,000 feet of new conduit and 300,000 feet of new power cable were installed on the piers.