The clinic will occupy an existing 9,100-square-foot block building in the Stergis Industrial Park. Only the shell of the existing structure will remain and will be transformed into a mixed-use medical facility providing services in fertility medicine.
At the front of the new facility will be administrative offices, an educational library, a waiting area, and an employee lounge. The rear of the building will house a blood lab, nurses’ stations, exam rooms, a procedure room, and an IVF laboratory.
A new three-phase, 800-amp underground electric service will provide power to the building. An 80-KW diesel generator along with a 30-KW UPS will provide backup for both specimen integrity and data storage. The lighting package and controls will combine the latest in energy efficiency technology. An extensive HVAC system consisting of five rooftop units and an air filtration system are needed to insure a clean, temperature-controlled environment. A fully addressable fire alarm system will be installed to insure public safety.
Integrated Electric will be starting this project in June 2010, with a fall completion projected. We would like to thank Renschler for choosing Integrated Electric for this complex medical project.
Southboro Veterinary Clinic:
Adams Enterprises of Quincy, MA has chosen Integrated Electric as the electrical contractor for the new Southborough Veterinary Clinic. This 5,250-square-foot wood frame structure’s exterior is built to match the picturesque landscape of Southborough. The interior, however, will house a modern veterinary clinic complete with kennels, surgical rooms, x-ray equipment, and offices. Integrated Electric will also be installing an addressable fire alarm system. A 600-amp electrical service will provide power for the clinic as well as for an attached residence.
Travelers Concierge Claims building:
Dancing Deer Bakery:
Integrated Electric installed six new panel boards off the building’s existing 6,000-amp, 480-volt, three-phase service. Several existing distribution panels were relocated when the building’s demising walls were torn down to accommodate Dancing Deer.
Four new transformers from 150K to 75K were employed to step down from 480V to 230V for panels and equipment. Integrated Electric was the natural choice for this challenging design/build project.
RI Rock Gym:
2000-AMP Electric Service:
This three-phase, 2000-amp electric service was designed to allow for future demand in each metered tenant space. Although presently fused at 100 amps, each meter position is capable of providing 200 amps of power to each tenant. Over-sized conduits were run to each unit to facilitate larger conductors. Planning for future expansion placed few limits on potential buyers of these units, whether they be used for storage or industry. The developer opted to use Square-D equipment and copper conductors to insure continued reliability.
30,000 sq. ft. Warehouse Building:
When the developer contracted Integrated Electric for this building, there were no electrical plans. Integrated Electric provided design/build services for the entire building. The building consists of 20 units, each with a total 1,500 square feet, including a rest room and office space. Integrated Electric completed the entire project ahead of schedule, in three short months with a crew of five men.
12,000 sq. ft. Body shop at Attleboro Collision Center:
When the owner of Attleboro Collision wanted to expand to a larger building, he called on Integrated Electric to assist in designing the electrical system. This state-of-the-art facility was custom built from the ground up, with no electrical drawings. The electrical system was designed around an 800-AMP, three-phase service. The building houses two spray booths, multiple frame machines, two compressors, a paint mixing room, and 3,200 square feet of office space over two floors. Integrated Electric installed high output, energy-efficient lighting throughout the building, qualifying the owner for rebates from the power company. The owner requested the use of copper wiring and Square-D distribution equipment.
New England Pottery Conveyor System:
New England Pottery needed to install a conveyor system to efficiently move products through their massive 490,000 square-foot warehouse. Initially, a 300-foot conveyor was installed, with another being delivered this year. A large shrink-wrap oven was installed along with the first conveyor. Each conveyor operates at 480 volts, draws close to 40 AMPS, and employs the use of several controls and switches. New England Pottery continues to rely on Integrated Electric to service their two facilities in Massachusetts.
Industrial Service and Engineering:
Don’t let the size of this 7,000 square-foot building fool you. Industrial Services and Engineering’s new headquarters contains a modern forensic laboratory. After providing ISE with expert electrical investigation services for years, Integrated Electric was chosen to wire their new facility. Working closely with the owner and employees, Integrated Electric designed an electrical system that allows ISE to test a multitude of equipment, from appliances to electrical panels for the insurance industry. A three-phase service was installed to allow for motor and industrial equipment testing.