Dynalectric/EMCOR wins bid for electrical work at U.S. Coast Guard headquarters

EMCOR Inc., Norwalk, Conn., says its Dynalectric subsidiary won a contract for the design/build of the electrical systems for the Consolidated National Operations Center of the U.S. Coast Guard Main Headquarters in Washington D.C. According to a company press release, Dynalectric will install all of the electrical power, lighting and controls for a modular utility plant, which will provide normal and emergency power, including a supply of 1,200 tons of chilled water, for the Consolidated National Operations Center. Bringing the plant online will include the installation of a mile of underground 15KV power feeders. Details

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