Prioritizing Practicality

Our Approach

Resistance is not futile; it’s just voltage divided by current!

Our electrical engineering team is distinguished by their first-hand experience on the client side, as licensed electricians, medium and high voltage technicians, construction administrators, general contractors, and design/build contractors. About a third of our Professional Engineers have field experience, which guides their perspective toward the ground truth, to the realities that clients face every day. We design for practicality and will help solve any issue that may arise. The peace of mind we can offer client teams gives us great satisfaction.

Electrical By the Numbers

  • 86% of our work includes electrical engineering and studies.
  • 13 professional engineers in 21 states.

Our Services

  • Building, site, and utility grade power generation and distribution
  • Electrical transmission
  • Lighting design
  • Lighting controls
  • Electrical systems analysis and modeling
  • Commissioning
  • Constructability reviews
  • Low Voltage
  • Electronic Safety and Security

Facility Types

  • Central utility plants
  • Higher education campuses
  • Healthcare facilities
  • Military facilities
  • Municipal facilities
  • Airport terminals
  • Aircraft maintenance facilities
  • Corporate campuses and offices
  • Commercial & industrial facilities
  • Data centers
  • Laboratories
  • Fuel farms
  • Manufacturing/production facilities
  • Special purpose warehouses
  • Maintenance facilities
  • Upland and waterfront facilities
  • Water & wastewater treatment plants

Power

  • Branch circuit power for building infrastructure/building system support (e.g., end-user convenience outlets, HVAC & domestic water system pumps)
  • Campus & community infrastructure (e.g., academic, military, commercial & healthcare)
  • Commercial power (e.g., academic, healthcare, higher education, mixed-use, and retail)
  •  Distribution
    • Low voltage (600 volts or less)
    • Medium voltage (600 – 65 Kv)
    • High voltage (greater than 65 Kv)
  • Generation
    • Co-generation
    • Standby and emergency power
    • Prime power
  • Residential power (e.g., mixed occupancy shell and core, and military housing)
  • Utility power

Lighting

  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Site
  • Accent lighting for architectural statement
  • Bridges
  • Roadways
  • Daylighting
  • Lighting controls
  • Specialty lighting systems & modeling

Data Centers

  • Monitoring & controls
  • Rack power distribution
  • Standby power
  • Uninterruptible power supply

Analysis

  • Safety, condition, capacity, and reliability analyses
  • Arc flash studies
  • Coordination studies
  • Protection coordination
  • Power systems analysis
    • Duct bank/cable pulling
    • Fault current
    • Ground grid
    • Harmonic load flow
    • Motor starting
    • Protective coordination
    • SCADA
    • Static load flow
    • Transient stability analysis

Low Voltage

  • Structured cabling
  • Data/voice/audio-video communications
  • Distributed communications and monitoring systems
  • Technology/low voltage systems
    • Fire alarm
    • Intercom/mass notification
    • Nurse call
  • RFID & RTLS systems
  • DCIM systems
  • Wireless data network
  • Medical grade wireless utility

Electronic Safety and Security

  • Access control & intrusion detection
  • Detention control
  • Emergency phone
  • Video surveillance

Electrical Engineering Projects

Pier B Replacement, P-356
U.S. Navy
Naval Base Kitsap, Bremerton, WA

Service Pier Analysis and Repair
Naval Base Kitsap
Bangor, WA

Submarine Drive-in Magnetic Silencing Facility P-587
U.S. Navy
Beckoning Point, Pearl Harbor, HI

TOTE Vessel Shore Power
Port of Tacoma
Tacoma, WA

 
  • By the Numbers

    18 LEED-accredited professionals

    21 LEED-certified projects

    33 professional engineers in 20 states

    22 engineering awards in the past 5 years

    Consulting & commissioning on over $1 billion in construction value in the past 5 years

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