Our Services

Conceptual Studies

Studies involve Load Calculations, Preliminary Single Line Diagram, and identification of space requirements for the Electrical and Low Voltage equipment as well as preparation of a Basis of Design Report and Narrative, including an order of magnitude construction cost estimate.

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Master Planning

Master Planning activities will include overall study of the project campus. Starting with the Normal utility service and the Emergency power generation capacity. Followed by the assessment of the existing loads, Normal and Emergency, of each building. Consequently, deciding whether the existing sources of power are fully loaded or have spare capacities. Coordinating with the Architect in regards to the Phasing of the new construction and demolition or decommissioning of the proposed buildings. Based on the latter, it is decided if the sources of power are still adequate or not and how and when the power distribution system should be expanded in line with anticipated project phasing. The above activities are completed by preparation of schematic level drawings and a report on the findings.

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Due Diligence Reviews

Due Diligence projects commonly have one week time frame. During this period,

  1. We review the drawings and specifications and note any code violations.
  2. Coordinate the Electrical set with the Architectural, Structural and Mechanical sets to make sure the project is coordinated.
  3. Make suggestions to improve the design based on constructability and higher design quality.

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Preparation of Detailed Plans and Specifications

Preparation of Detailed Plans and Specifications will follow intense review and understanding of the project design criteria, review of the Equipment Book and exhaustive coordination with all the other trades of the design team. Finally, the lessons learned from previous projects are readily applied to the project at hand to avoid potential problems during construction.

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Construction Cost

At project milestone, NACGI Principal-in-Charge or the Project Manager will review the construction cost estimate of the electrical systems provided by the Cost Estimating Consultant to make sure cost appear to be reasonable as well as items are not missing or duplicated and so on.

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Energy Conservation

Energy conservation is one of the most important considerations in our designs whether the project is LEED classified or not. Our designs comply with USGB requirements and commonly exceed provisions of Title-24. As part of our design activity, we coordinate with the Mechanical Engineer in loading the relevant information in the EnergyPro software in order to calculate the overall energy savings of the MEP systems.

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System Analysis

As part of System Analysis and Life Cycle costs, we assess the available service life of existing equipment and compare the cost of running said equipment including high maintenance costs with that of replacing it with high initial cost and depreciation and low maintenance cost to find out which is the optimum solution for a particular site.

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Construction Administration

In Construction Administration, we review the shop drawings of the Electrical Equipment and Materials specified by us and respond to contractor’s RFI’s and issue revised drawings of the changes approved by the Authorities Having Jurisdiction.

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In closeout phase, we review the operation and Maintenance Manuals submitted by the contractor to make sure they are relevant to the project.

Review the ‘As-Built’ drawings prepared by the contractor or prepare the ‘As-Built’ drawings from the contractor’s marked-up set.

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