Power Selection: What sources and voltage deliver the maximum efficiency?
Design / Equipment Layout: The quality of blueprints and the location of electrical components can save thousands of dollars.
Computerized Scheduling: Clear and reliable milestones encourage jobs to be completed on time.
Product Specifications: Ensures compatibility with all the other systems within a project.
Budgets: Reliable cost projections allow Owners, Architects, and Builders to make better decisions.
Building Information Modeling (BIM): Digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from earliest conception to demolition.
Value Engineering: Atlas Electrical Construction can often reduce the overall electrical cost when projects appear over budget.
Special Systems: Telephone, data networks, fire alarm, nurse call, CCTV, access controls, public address
Utilities: Sub-divisions, commercial duct banks and auxiliary equipment above 600 volts, and as permitted by local utility companies
Industrial: Technical plants which generate specific products such as gasoline, asphalt or even bulk foods
Institutional: Hospitals, schools, prisons, government facilities
Redundant Emergency Power Systems: Backup generators, manual and automatic transfer switches, temporary power
Renewable Photovoltaic Energy: Solar arrays, inverters, storage batteries
Commercial: Strip malls, office buildings, hotels, grocery stores, warehouses, and restaurants