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Overhead and Underground High Voltage Communication Work

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 31, 2012

The home construction market is rebounding in Massachusetts, condo and apartment complex construction in particular. Condominium communities and apartment complexes need electricity and they need that electricity tied into the existing grid.

Condo and apartment developers need project management, design, and engineering for high voltage and communications work. Over 13 years in New England, ElecComm has laid and spliced thousands of miles of cable up to 35,000 volts. It is what we do.

ElecComm engineers, manages and performs the construction, splicing, testing, maintenance and restoration of fiber, copper, and hybrid fiber-coax Telco networks.

Contact ElecComm, one of the largest underground and overhead high/low voltage electric and communications line construction companies in New England. We can do your high voltage and communications work.

Sports Field Lighting Installation

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 26, 2012

With the increase in popularity of team sports, in particular, football with the increased participation in programs like Pop Warner, AYF and high school and private school football teams, town and schools are adding sports field lighting to their facilities.
You need an electrical contractor that specializes in heavy duty installations with the right staff and the right equipment for every project. ElecComm is expert at every phase of the project, from design build to project management.

Our electrical construction team can install athletic and sports field lighting that can be used to light any type of arena, stadium, playing field, or sports center. For sports field lighting at high school and municipal fields, contact ElecComm.

New Apartment Communities Need Electricity to be Tied into Grid

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, July 18, 2012

With the increase in the amount of individuals renting today, rental community construction is on the rise in cities and towns throughout New England. As contractors and construction companies scramble to build more apartment homes, the electricity for these large communities needs to be tied into the existing power grid.

Foundations for the transmission structures need to erected, and transmission line wiring also needs to be completed whenever new apartment complexes or condo communities are built. New utility lines and towers prevent the overload to existing electrical infrastructure and allow the new apartment and condo communities to have adequate power without overextending the grid.

Electric line construction companies work closely with public utility companies in the construction of lines, transformers and towers.

If you are a construction company charged with building a new apartment home, condo or townhouse community in New England, contact ElecComm for utility line construction.

Rhode Island Power Company Updates Electricity Delivery System

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Many power companies and the infrastructure that delivers electricity needs updating and upgrading. The Rhode Island Reliability Project is one of these projects. Nearly 750 power line poles have been installed thus far and National Grid is calling this the half-way point in the construction schedule of the Rhode Island Reliability Project. This project will strengthen the reliability of Rhode Island's power grid by increasing its capacity and allowing National Grid the flexibility to deliver electricity where it's needed when usage is at its highest.

The project includes the reconstruction of existing transmission lines and the addition of a new transmission line within an existing 21-mile corridor. More than 300 miles of power lines and nearly 750 new poles are being installed along with the installation of new equipment at substations in Rhode Island.

Transmission lines carry electricity from power plants to local distribution systems where the voltage levels are reduced in stages to provide electricity to homes and businesses. The new transmission line will enable more electricity to flow into the state as needed to meet customers' needs.

Your customers depend on your ability to deliver electricity to them every minute of every day. For electric line construction or when you need to improve the performance and reliability of the regional electric transmission system, contact ElecComm.

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