A SBA Certified 8(a) and HUBZone Company

Electrical Engineer

Confer with engineers, customers, and others to discuss existing or potential engineering projects and products. Design, implement, maintain, and improve electrical instruments, equipment, facilities, components, products, and systems for commercial and industrial purposes. Operate computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment to perform engineering tasks. Direct and coordinate construction, installation, maintenance, support, documentation, and testing activities to ensure compliance with specifications, codes, and customer requirements. Perform detailed calculations to compute and establish manufacturing, construction, and installation standards and specifications. Inspect completed installations and observe operations, to ensure conformance to design and equipment specifications and compliance with operational and safety standards. Plan and implement methodologies and procedures to apply principles of electrical theory to engineering projects. Prepare specifications for purchase of materials and equipment. Oversee project production efforts to assure projects are completed satisfactorily, on time and within budget. Plan layout of electric power generation, distribution, services, branch circuits or control circuits. Develop budgets, estimating labor, material, and construction costs. Compile data and write reports regarding existing and potential engineering studies and projects. Conduct field surveys. Apply engineering principles and practices to energy conservation management and solutions.

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Building Commissioning is the process of verifying that owner’s project requirements for design, construction, performance, maintenance, and equipment lifecycle are met. Building commissioning is a quality-focused process necessary for both non-complex and complex construction projects. The ultimate goal of the commissioning process is to deliver for the owner a project that has reduced first cost of delivery, substantial life cost reductions, fit for intended use and meets the needs of users and occupants.