The Turlock Surface Project, located in Denair, California, is a massive commercial electric construction project with an estimated duration of two-and-a-half years, with construction beginning in February 2021 and estimated to conclude in July 2023. The project has a total value of $4,625,000 and aims to provide a complete and operational facility to convey treated potable water from the City's Terminal Tank to the potable water distribution system.
Con J. Franke Electric is a company that is making waves in the commercial electrical industry, specifically in the area of infrastructure preservation and upgrading. This is evident in the $4.1 million commercial electric project that the company is in the final stages of at the Alameda Water Dam and Fish Passage in Alameda, CA. This project, which took over four years to complete, has a positive impact on the area's fish and wildlife.
A project Con J. Franke Electric recently completed in El Sobrante, CA included the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD)'s Maloney Pumping Plant and Sobrante Water Treatment Plant.
Led by Project Manager, Erik Niewald, the project started in Sep 2019 and completed in Feb 2023.
Project: DVC – Diablo Valley College (www.dvc.edu)
Location of Project: Pleasant Hill, CA
Project Manager: Teresa Moss
Foreman: Joel Perez
Duration of Project: We started the project in June of 2020 and should wrap up some remaining site upgrades early this year.
Commercial electrical construction project managers (PMs) keep track of all components needed to complete a project. At Con J. Franke, a project manager is involved in a new commercial electrical project from the initial planning stages to its post-job closeout after the new facility opens.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are quickly becoming a viable option for drivers looking to save money, reduce emissions and protect the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), half of all Americans could be driving EVs by 2030. And with more than 18 million Americans already owning EVs, that number is expected to rise significantly in years to come. This means there will be an increased demand for charging stations across our nation—and an ongoing stream of work for electricians who specialize in this niche industry.
The electrical industry is experiencing a major shift, with more and more people switching to digital devices. While this can cause some challenges for electricians who may not be as comfortable working with technology, it also creates an opportunity for those who have the right skills. The fact that the electrician is one of the most important parts of any construction project means that you need to be aware of what’s coming down the pike. In this post we’ll discuss some potential future trends for electricians and what will change in the future.
If you're looking to get into the electrical project management field, it's important to know what it takes to become an electrical project manager. Luckily, there are many ways to achieve this goal—but they all require some time and dedication on your part. Read on to learn what you need to know about becoming an electrical project manager.
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