Understanding the Wiring and Electrical Needs of a New Commercial Construction Facility
Building a new commercial facility involves intricate planning and implementation of various systems, and among the most crucial are the electrical and wiring and low-voltage systems. These affect everything from the lighting, fire alarm and camera systems increases the efficiency of day-to-day operations. Understanding and implementing the right electrical infrastructure enhances the facility’s functionality and contributes to its long-term sustainability and compliance with safety standards. This blog provides insights into planning, implementing, and maintaining the electrical, wiring and low-voltage systems of your new commercial construction project.
Essential Electrical Components for Your New Facility
It’s a good idea to stay informed about the various components of your electrical system. An electrical walk through new construction can be overwhelming. However, understanding the basics can be advantageous when inquiring about free estimates or budget planning.
Power Distribution Systems and Wiring
The power distribution system is the heart of your electrical facility. The main components include the switchgear, primary conductor cable, dedicated circuits, and electrical panels. On the other hand, deciding your electrical wiring cost involves understanding the average range and wiring installation demands.
Lighting Systems and Smart Controls
A pivotal part of your commercial building is the lighting sensors or lighting control system. Be it the showcase lighting division inside a retail store or the security lights in a warehouse, excellent and energy-efficient choices can contribute significantly to cost-effectiveness and safety.
Security and Emergency Systems
Emergencies are unpredictable, and your electrical system should be prepared for it. Ensuring the right voltage for your alarm systems or having backup power solutions can go a long way in protecting your facility and people.
Communication and Data Cabling Needs
In today’s tech-driven world, a sound communication line is crucial. Proper wiring for telecommunication devices, internet connectivity, and other data cabling will ensure a seamless operation.
Why You Need to Work With a Reputable New Construction Electrical Provider
Electrical systems can be complex and hazardous. Working with an experienced and reputable contractor ensures that all electrical installations are done correctly and in compliance with safety codes and regulations. This helps prevent accidents, electrical fires, and potential harm to employees and customers..
Compliance With Building Codes
Commercial buildings are subject to specific building codes and regulations related to electrical installations. Reputable commercial electric contractors are well-versed in these codes and ensure that all installations and wiring are done in accordance with them. Failure to adhere to these codes can lead to violations, fines, and potential liability issues for the business.
Electrical systems require careful design and planning to meet the business’s specific needs. Reputable contractors have the knowledge and experience to assess the project’s electrical requirements, create an effective electrical design, and develop a detailed plan for installation. This helps ensure that the electrical system can support the business’s operations and future growth.
Reputable contractors have the necessary skills, expertise, and equipment to efficiently handle electrical installations and complete projects on time. They also have access to quality materials, ensuring the electrical systems’ longevity and reliability. This helps prevent any delays, interruptions, or additional costs associated with electrical work in the future.
New Construction Electrical Services for Any Industry
Brint Electric has experience working with companies across various industries. Learn more about who we serve.
New Construction Electrical Services Offered by Brint Electric
Partnering with the right commercial electric contractor is essential for getting the best system for your business. Hiring an inexperienced company can create future issues that impact your operations and ability to expand.
Since 1970, Brint has offered industry-leading new construction electrical services, including:
When it comes to project success, the planning phase plays a crucial role. Brint Electric specializes in pre-construction services that involve a detailed examination of your project, identification of potential issues, and careful analysis of your budget. With over 50 years of experience, we have gained invaluable insights that allow us to effectively anticipate challenges and propose solutions to minimize delays and cost overruns. Trust us to lay a strong foundation for your project’s success.
Effective communication and robust quality assurance procedures are crucial in ensuring the success of any project. By addressing communication gaps and implementing stringent quality control measures, potential delays, and cost overruns can be minimized. As part of our comprehensive construction project management services, we specialize in analyzing your design and precisely locating electrical assets. To foster transparency and keep you informed, we consistently provide timely progress updates throughout the duration of the project.
Brint: A New Construction Electrical Provider With a Safety-First Mindset
At Brint Electric, safety is our top priority. We are dedicated to ensuring the highest level of safety for both our employees and customers. Safety is deeply ingrained in our company culture and is a core part of our daily operations. As a high-performing organization, we place great emphasis on safety as one of our primary performance indicators. With a dedicated Safety Director and membership in ISNetworld and Avetta, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards of safety. We actively engage all employees in learning and empower them to voice their safety concerns, fostering a collective commitment to safety among our team. Through weekly training sessions, we address new safety topics and address any concerns raised at job sites, offices, or warehouses. Our steadfast commitment to safety has earned us the following recognitions and honors in the industry:
- 2014: Safety Excellence Award OH/MI NECA Chapter
- 2014: NECA National Recognition of Safety Excellence
- 2014: Zero Injury Award OH/MI NECA Chapter
- 2021: Safety Excellence Award OH/MI Neca Chapter
- 2021: NECA National Recognition of Safety Excellence
- 2021 Zero Injury Award OH/MI NECA Chapter
- 2022: Safety Excellence Award OH/MI NECA Chapter
- 2022 NECA National Recognition of Safety Excellence
- 2022: Zero Injury Award OH/MI NECA Chapter
- Member of AGC, Associated General Contractors of Northwest Ohio, Since 2013
- Member of NECA OH/MI Chapter since 1995
- EMR Average from 2010-2020 0.47
- 1 million man-hours without a recordable injury in 2022, 2018, and 2016