EMCOR Services Wins Electrical Systems Installation Deal
EMCOR Services Scalise Industries is a subsidiary of EMCOR Group, a provider of critical infrastructure systems.
EMCOR Services Scalise will be responsible for installing all electrical systems for a 81,000 square foot addition to Salk Hall that will add laboratory and administrative space to the School of Dental Medicineâ€™s Center for Craniofacial Regeneration and the School of Pharmacyâ€™s Center for Pharmaceutical Sciences; the addition will also allow for future renovation.
Scaliseâ€™s scope of work includes extension of existing site utilities and service, installation of new switchgear, distribution of complete power throughout the facility, and installation of a new emergency generator.
Additional scope of work includes installation of a new fire alarm and area rescue system, a new telecommunications system, new lighting protection system and new exterior/interior lighting, and installation of a new security system.
EMCOR Group is engaged in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure, and facilities services.
Mark Scalise, president and CEO of EMCOR Services Scalise, said: "We are delighted to have an opportunity to play a role in this important building for the University of Pittsburgh.
â€œThe many important aspects of this project, all to be performed within the systems rich, precision driven environment of a medical facility, is something weâ€™re very experienced and skilled in delivering, including using our expertise to support the project objective of achieving LEED Silver Certification."
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