Every electrical job is different, and each has its unique challenges. The collective experience of our electricians is so broad that they're equipped to handle any challenge that could possibly pop up on the job site. Wired AK’s Team have been responsible for the management and completion of the electrical sections of the following projects:
Removal of existing three-1,000KW generator and replace with three-1,000KW generators. New generators required modifications to the exhaust systems, control and power conduits/wiring. Removal of existing paralleling/emergency distribution switchgear and replace with a new 5,000amp generator paralleling/synchronizing switchgear. Temporary generators and switchgear was installed and connected to keep all power operational during replacement of the generators and switchgear. Project also included the replacement of fourteen automatic transfer switches with new four-pole bypass/isolation/automatic transfer switches. The new four-pole bypass/isolation/automatic transfer switches ranged in sizes from 150amp to 1,600amp.
The project includes improvements to the approximately 40,485 SF Instructional Media Center (IMC) shared between West High School and Romig Middle School at a campus located at 1700 Hillcrest Drive and/or 2500 Minnesota Drive, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503. The project includes a 2238 SF addition with additional internal reconfiguration adding four classrooms to the existing building; improve the access from West High School to the IMC and the relocation of the counseling area from the IMC building to the West High School admin area.
Addition of additional beds and support space over the existing first floor and addition over the second floor for mechanical equipment. Project includes new light fixtures, light controls, general use outlets, emergency outlets, mechanical power connections, new electrical distribution panels, new telecommunications cable tray/outlets/cabling, and fire alarm upgrades.
Wells Fargo is renovating three floors of the Northern Lights & C Street building in Anchorage as a means to consolidate the banking teams in and into the building. Project will be renovating the 2nd & 5th floors as well as a portion of the Northern Lights & C Street branch where the banking platform will be consolidated to make room for a large conference/meeting room. The total project size is 49,907 square feet. The renovations will include extensive demolition on the 2nd and 5th floor, all new finishes, new LED ceiling lighting replacing the existing fluorescent fixtures, lighting controls, distribution upgrades, enhancements to the buildings HVAC (heating, ventilating and air conditioning) system and new furniture throughout. The work to be completed in 3 phases; the duration of each phase will be 90 days with an additional 2 weeks between each phase. In addition, this project will be pursuing LEED certification status with the US Green Building Council.
Renovation of 22,000 square foot renovation located downtown Anchorage for living quarters. Electrical systems included; electrical distribution, lighting, lighting control system, telecommunications, fire alarm, and controlled access.
Replacement of 7ea Automatic-Transfer-Switches (ATS) ranging from 250amps to 1,200amps. Project is a six-phased project that includes assisting in design of the ATS’s, coordination with hospital facilities and coordination with hospital personnel.
Project is to repair the fire suppression for Hanger 18. A new 2,500amp 480Volt service fed from a new 500KVA 12.47KV pad mount transformer which will feed 2ea new fire pumps, construction of two new equipment rooms that will be used for fire suppression piping and fire alarm panels, and new flame detection in hanger bays.
Project consisted upgrades to existing area for new technology Cathlab equipment. Work included new pathways, power revisions, communication/data and fire alarm revisions.
3,350 square foot expansion of existing Airport Maintenance building, 1,980 square feet of the expansion will be for sand storage and the other 1,370 will be for general storage. Electrical scope of work includes new LED interior and exterior light fixtures, lighting controls, general use outlets, power for new mechanical equipment and a new 600amp 240/120volt single phase service upgrade for the Maintenance Building.
Tenant improvement of an existing 2,300SF medical office with a Medical Surgery Lab and SIM lab at the Providence Alaska Medical Center. Project includes new light fixtures, light controls, general use outlets, special power installations for labs, mechanical powers connections, relocation of existing electrical panel, new telecommunications outlets/cabling, and fire alarm upgrades.
Project consisted of renovation of 4,500 square foot renovation that ACS Alaska will use for business center meetings, training and presentations. Electrical systems included; electrical distribution, lighting, lighting control system, telecommunications, and controlled access.
Project consisted of a conversion of the old Chili’s restaurant to new Pork & Pickle at the Ted Stevens International Airport. Work included was new lighting, added kitchen equipment, communication/data revisions and fire alarm revisions. Project also, include coordination with airport personnel and TSA due to area being on the secure side of TSA screening.
Project consisted of a new Lounge and Bar area at the Ted Stevens International Airport. Work included was LED TV cabling/pathways, power revisions, communication/data revisions and sun shade controls. Project also include coordination with airport personnel and TSA due to area being on the secure side of TSA screening.
Whether you have us wiring an entire new project from scratch or need a repair of an electrical outlet, we bring the best practices and industry knowledge with us to every job. We've worked with all the big commercial builders and are a highly sought after subcontractor for commercial jobs ranging from the huge to the boutique.
We never cut corners on a project and we never will.
Every electrician we employ is licensed and certified, with years of experience. Our electricians arrive on the project with a smile on their face and a spring in their step.