Category Archives: Commercial Electrician

Taking the Mystery Out of Health Care Electrical Installations

Whether it’s a small doctor’s office or a massive hospital, the standards for health care facility electrical systems are much more stringent than those for other commercial or industrial buildings. Even if the electrical equipment isn’t directly related to patient care or safe building operations, it’s still held to a higher standard by the National […]

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What Is a MEP Plan?

A mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) equipment plan is vital for showing all the visible electrical equipment, fixtures and components in a structure. This ranges from mechanical ducting and plumbing mains to meters, panels, outlets, important terminals, data jacks, lights and more. Constructing a detailed, accurate MEP plan is an important step for any project […]

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Shell Building Classifications and What Tenant Improvement Means

Understanding shell building classifications and how they translate to tenant improvements in Raleigh, NC is key when you buy commercial real estate. You need to fully understand what you’re getting, and which systems will have to be added and/or improved before your building is ready to host tenants. Here’s an overview of shell buildings and […]

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A Complete Guide to the Phases of MEP Redesign

There’s a lot that goes into planning and designing a commercial or industrial building. As technology advances, sometimes it becomes necessary to overhaul a building’s MEP design. MEP stands for “mechanical, electrical and plumbing.” All of these systems need to work together efficiently in order for the building to function. That’s why it’s important to […]

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