Power Analysis for Commercial Construction

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In any commercial construction project, it’s crucial to do every step in the right order. That’s one of the key responsibilities that project leaders have over every team on the site. Once your wiring is run, but before the finishing touches are put on your walls, it’s already time to consider a power analysis.

During a power analysis, qualified electrical engineers test out the wiring system.

This helps in a variety of ways:

  • You become aware of any “hot” or miswired areas throughout the structure
  • You can quantify the amount of power the wiring system can safely carry
  • You protect your investment and help ensure health and safety

Power analysis is often thought of as something that waits until the first tenants move in. By choosing to be proactive, you can make your property much more attractive to both investors and tenants. They will know you’ve gone the extra mile to ensure that the construction truly meets their needs.

Power Analysis Is Essential to “Future-Proof” Buildings in the Bay Area

When you launch a new commercial construction project, you often need to perform a site analysis to ensure you understand all the implications. The site analysis verifies that the site and its surroundings are truly appropriate for the kind of construction you want to do.

A power analysis early in the commercial construction process helps to extend your due diligence.

These days, business owners and real estate investors of all kinds are paying greater attention than ever before to questions about power generation, storage, and transmission. Here in the Golden State, many people have witnessed firsthand the results of aging electrical infrastructure.

Even though your construction is new, upholding modern standards and using all the latest techniques, the proof is in the pudding. You can only be sure your building systems, including electrical wiring, will work as expected if they have been tested under “real world” conditions.

A power analysis does just that.

It ensures, for example:

  • All wiring is correctly grounded
  • All system voltages are correct
  • There is no wiring “hot spots”

The experienced experts from Nite & Day Power provide an impartial, third-party view of your wiring so you can bring that information to your electricians before the project wraps up. That saves you time and money compared to addressing wiring mistakes that have had time to get worse.

To learn more or get started, just call us today.

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