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  •   Santa Fe Community College Automotive Technology Center

    Santa Fe Community College Automotive Technology Center
    Wilson Electric was selected to provide design assist electrical service for the new Automotive Technology Center. The 17,500 square foot state-of-the-art center houses three labs for automotive study: a chassis /suspension lab, an electric lab and an EV/hybrid engine/power train lab. The repair bays  feature four vehicle lifts and two alignment lifts. A flex lab will be available for a variety of college purposes. The building also includes a storage area for engines, a parts shop similar to what would be in a dealership, restrooms and a stunning entryway sponsored by The Santa Fe Concorso, which will feature automotive photographs and memorabilia. A patio also offers opportunities for special car shows or other events. The Automotive Technology program plans to begin offering classes for the fall 2020 semester. The Automotive Training Center was designed to become eligible to earn a Gold LEED energy designation.
     
  •   University of Arizona Student Success District

    University of Arizona Student Success District
    Wilson Electric was selected to provide design assist electrical services for the new Student Success District. The district integrates and revitalizes student services in four adjacent central campus buildings: Main Library, Weaver Science-Engineering Library, Beard Down Gym, and a new Student Services Building. The project also includes site development improvements.
  •   University of Arizona Stadium Parking Garage

    University of Arizona Stadium Parking Garage
    Wilson Electric was selected to provide electrical services for the University of Arizona Stadium Parking Garage. The garage is a five story (plus penthouse) 300,000 square foot South Stadium Parking Structure. The project includes extending the University of Arizona's 13.8KV primary electrical service loop and low voltage systems (telecomm, fire alarm, fiber, etc.) towards the southeast corner of campus. The project was awarded based on a commitment to the tight schedule of 9 months which correlates directly with the start of the University of Arizona football season.

    The site was located in an extremely congested area with student parking as well as event parking for all sporting events. The new garage provides 915 additional parking spaces conveniently located near the hub of the University of Arizona athletic fields.
     
  •   University of Arizona College of Pharmacy Skaggs Building

    University of Arizona College of Pharmacy Skaggs Building
    Wilson Electric was selected to provide electrical services for the addition and renovation of the University of Arizona’s College of Pharmacy’s Skaggs Building. The project adds 21,000 SF of space on two new floors built on top of the existing Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Center and 12,000 SF of renovated space.
    The new space includes chemistry labs for drug discovery and research. The majority of the new addition is research lab space.
    This project provides the College of Pharmacy with both new and renovated state-of-the-art research lab facilities to ensure its growth and capacity to adapt to the dynamic and changing fields in pharmaceutical sciences. The College of Pharmacy intends to continue its innovation and excellence in research, practice and education and make a substantial impact on improving the health of people of Arizona and around the world. A new two-story addition will house biology and chemistry research labs.
    A separate smaller addition displays items from the Pharmacy Museum collection. Some existing building areas that were renovated included research labs and administrative offices.
     
  •   University of Arizona Health Science Innovation Building

    University of Arizona Health Science Innovation Building
    Wilson Electric was selected to be part of the electrical design-assist team for the new 230,000 square foot, LEED Silver Health Sciences Innovation Building. We provided conceptual estimates prior to the issuance of any project documents. We assisted in updating pricing as 25%, 50% and 75% of drawings were issued. We were able to Identify over budget items and addressed them as necessary to maintain the budget. Cost analysis throughout the design phase advised on value engineering opportunities. 
     
    The project includes working space for a variety of health professionals, students, and faculty from medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and public health.  The ten-story, 227,000 sq ft high rise facility includes laboratories, classrooms, administrative space various medical simulation rooms, conference rooms, and workspace. A large Forum allows for mass instruction and presentation space. The scope included electrical installation, distribution, site work, and fire alarm as well as special systems conduit.
  •   University of Arizona Bioscience Research Laboratories

    University of Arizona Bioscience Research Laboratories
    Wilson Electric was selected by DPR Construction for the University of Arizona Bioscience Research Laboratories project. Our Tucson team was excited to work on another high profile University of Arizona project. This project included constructing a new ground-up facility for collaborative translational research that will advance understanding of the molecular basis of human health, aging, and disease. This building provides research facilities to support interdisciplinary research in many health science disciplines.

    Wilson Electric provided electrical services for this CM at Risk, five-story, 158,005 square foot research lab project. The project involved extensive preplanning, schedule management, BIM coordination, LEAN methods and processes, and prefabrication to enhance efficiencies and accommodate the congested site. The Tucson team prefabricated the underground conduit installations for the main emergency power, electrical rooms and basement underground. The project also included the installation of new Parallel Low Voltage Switchgear for (3) 1000 KW generators in the existing Keating Research Building. This new PLVS provides emergency power to the existing Keating Building, MRB Building, and the new Bioscience Research Lab Building. It also feeds another new building, the Health Science Innovation Building being constructed by Wilson Electric.
  •   Arizona State University Biodesign C

    Arizona State University Biodesign C
    Wilson Electric was selected by McCarthy Building Companies for ASU’s new Biodesign Institute Building C lab and research facility. Wilson Electric previously completed the ISTB 1 and ISTB 4 research facilities. We provided turnkey electrical services for this design-assist project. ASU’s new lab and research facility includes chemistry, biological sciences, engineering as well as clean room and high bay spaces. The 188,382 square foot ground-up project is a five-story plus basement building and is the third building of the master-planned four interconnected buildings in the fourteen-acre research laboratory complex for ASU. Biodesign Institute Building C includes 60,000 square feet of critical lab and research support space as well as two underground vaults for the world's first compact X-ray free-electron laser. We were responsible for the on-time installation of a complete electrical system with a state of the art lighting control system, a UL listed lightning protection system and a turnkey fire alarm system. The building was fed from dual-medium voltage sources of 15kV power to feed a double-ended 3000A 480V SES to power the electrical mechanical and critical systems for the research building and a double-ended 4000A 208V SES to power the research labs and its equipment. Emergency power was brought in from a 5kV third power source that feeds a 1600A 480V SES to maintain the buildings full critical load. The total value of the project began as $9.3M and completed at $11M due to the lab changes to fit the needs of the incoming researchers to the building. The building is targeting LEED Platinum and has an energy savings goal of 44 percent compared to existing campus laboratories. Biodesign C has earned numerous local and national awards.
  •   University of Arizona Law Commons

    University of Arizona Law Commons
    The 111,700 square foot facility was redesigned to improve study areas, classrooms, library, and the below grade basement was redesigned to allow natural light to enter. The existing switchgear and generators were utilized in the lighting and power distribution, adding custom updated lighting solutions like specialized, low voltage LED fixtures integrated into a controlled system.
  •   Arizona State University McAllister Academic Village

    Arizona State University McAllister Academic Village
    Built on the main Tempe campus, McAllister Academic Village is a 10-acre complex of ten separate multi-story buildings ranging in size from four-story to eight-story. The co-ed freshman dormitories house over 800 double occupancy accommodations with suite-style bathrooms on the upper levels above classroom space on the first floor. The 400-seat dining area offers five individual restaurant venues and a convenience store. Consistent with Arizona State University standards, the building was awarded LEED Silver.
  •   Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building I

    Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building I
    Awarded LEED Gold, the four story Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building project at Arizona State University in Tempe was the first of a multi-phase campus expansion to provide state of the art teaching and research facilities. ISTB I covers 180,000 square feet and contains 34 laboratory suites, office space, and two levels below grade. We provided conceptual/schematic design development, schedule management, constructability and value analysis for the installation and integration of medium and high voltage electrical, telecommunications, and data systems. Typically, buildings are designed with two sources of power: one constant, and a second for emergency. This building was designed with five sources of power. The objective was to maintain a level of detail and redundancy to ensure ongoing operations at all times.
  •   Arizona State University Polytechnic

    Arizona State University Polytechnic
    Ground-up construction of 245,000 square foot complex contains multiple academic buildings up to three stories tall including laboratories, classrooms, offices, lecture halls, and a fine arts performance area. We provided all electrical installation and special systems integration including structured cabling, and Design-Assist preconstruction services included BIM.
  •   Arizona State University Barrett Honors Housing

    Arizona State University Barrett Honors Housing
    Barrett Honors Housing, Arizona State University - Six dormitory towers between four and seven stories are adjacent to a multi-level mixed use building, which includes classrooms, administrative offices, and a student dining facility. The development equals 563,000 square feet and can house 1,730 students. We provided Design Assist preconstruction services, electrical installation and distribution for the new construction, which earned LEED Gold status after initially targeting Silver. The building is structurally sustainable and environmentally friendly with utilities designed to conserve resources.
  •   Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV

    Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV
    Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV, Arizona State University - The long range plan for Arizona State University is to be the Southwest’s leading research center, pioneering innovative processes, inventing and utilizing the highest technology. Over the next ten years, the campus will add five new facilities to achieve this goal. Wilson Electric was proud to support Phase I and Phase IV. Phase IV is intended to be used as both classroom space and a professional, high-tech research facility, including 160 laboratories, auditorium, and administrative offices. The 294,000 square foot facility incorporated the highest level of technology for the School of Earth and Space Exploration. Our Design-Assist role included all electrical installation and distribution, site lighting, and low-voltage systems integration. We utilized BIM technology to coordinate the equipment installation required for internal operational systems. In addition to the multiple medium (5 kV) and high-voltage (15 kV) power systems supplying the building, generator power was also provided to add an additional level of redundancy for the critical laboratory experiments.
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