•   Mullet Arena, ASU Multipurpose Hockey Arena

    Mullet Arena, ASU Multipurpose Hockey Arena
    Wilson Electric was selected by Mortenson Construction to provide electrical services for ASU's new 5,000-seat hockey arena.

    In addition to housing Sun Devil Athletics' events and competitions, the 185,000 square foot facility features a 5,000 seat multi-purpose venue equipped with a regulation National Hockey League ice sheet, with the arena floor adaptable to host ASU's wrestling and women's gymnastics programs and concerts. The arena features a wide variety of luxury suites, group suites, a large club lounge, a 24-ft by 24-ft suspended scoreboard, along with premium seating, a 942-seat student section, and more than 8,000 square feet of state-of-the-art locker rooms, weight rooms, and office space. The facility also includes a second full-size community ice sheet for club leagues, open skating, and other activities. The NHL's Arizona Coyotes will play home games at the facility for at least three years while awaiting the completion of the team's own arena.
  •   Phoenix Suns Training Facility - Verizon 5G Performance Center

    Phoenix Suns Training Facility - Verizon 5G Performance Center
    Wilson Electric was selected by Hunt Construction to provide electrical services for the new $45 million practice facility for the Phoenix Suns. The new state-of-the-art practice facility is located at 44th Street and Camelback Road in Phoenix.

    We provided electrical services for all portions of the project from temporary power to underground work for electrical, as well as communications, security and access control. In addition, we provided power & lighting controls to the lighting throughout the facility. The project also includes, two hydrotherapy areas, underwater treadmills, Jacuzzi’s, float pods, cryotherapy, gaming area (CPU, X-Box, Sony, etc.) golf simulator, and private kitchen.

    Our low voltage group, NETSIAN Technologies provided installation of the communications, security and access control with vehicle gate operators, cameras, Verizon 5-G Systems, and audio-visual support.

    The training facility, which was privately financed by the Suns, is a stair-stepped two-story building spanning 53,000-square-feet, includes two NBA/WNBA basketball courts, the latest in sport science and innovative performance amenities, indoor/outdoor training areas, and operational space for Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury basketball operations. The private facility also features a generous players lounge, complete with active and quiet recovery rooms and ample recreational amenities with spectacular views of Camelback Mountain.
  •   Kearns Athlete Training Event Center

    Kearns Athlete Training Event Center
    Wilson Electric was selected by Okland Construction to provide electrical services for the new two-story Olympics multi-use center headquarters for U.S. Speedskating.
    With the planning and execution of several organizations – including US Speedskating, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center, Salt Lake County and the State of Utah – the $12 million, 36,700 sq. ft. multi-use Kearns Athlete Training and Element Event Center is a model of cooperation and innovation between government, non-profit, sport and community partners.

    The Kearns Athlete Training and Element Event Center secures a state-of-the-art training space and US Speedskating’s permanent home in Kearns, create a new wing of fitness space for Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center, and serve as a destination for community and corporate meetings.
    This addition to the Kearns Oquirrh Park features a training center, a medical clinic with exam rooms and administration space. The south side of the building houses the U.S. Speed Skating training area, athlete locker rooms, two Hydrotherapy pools, high-end conference rooms, a multi-purpose room and a nutrition kitchen for athletes. The second level sky bridge connects to the existing Olympic Oval.
  •   Footprint Center (formerly Talking Stick Resort Arena Renovation)

    Footprint Center (formerly Talking Stick Resort Arena Renovation)
    Wilson Electric was selected by Okland Construction for the renovation of the PHX Arena. While technically a renovation, there was a substantial amount of infrastructure upgraded as well as the finishes. The arena has a completely new look and feel.

    The infrastructure part is what makes the people attending events more comfortable, with upgraded air-conditioning, more restrooms, upgraded plumbing, lighting changes everywhere and opening the north west entrance up so as patrons enter, they can see right into the bowl. The north east corner is opened in similar fashion. There is all new seating, new clubs on the event level, replacing the former practice area. Additionally, new locker rooms for the Suns, visitors, coaches, Mercury, and Rattlers as well. Specialty areas called “Bunker Suites” were added that have access immediately off the court. The sports lighting was completely replaced with programmable LED, providing for various lighting scenes. power distribution was also upgraded to provide for concerts/shows.

    At the suite levels, there are new clubs and restrooms. On the Main Level 100 there are new concession stands, three huge new bars, a massive screen in the pavilion that wraps around the entry, four new escalators providing access from the pavilion straight up to the two suite levels, and the top level called “200”. Level 200 will ultimately be refreshed with concession stands, restrooms, concourse lighting and a food court added on the west side. Lastly, a new additional structure is going up connected to the arena called the “commissary” which provides food preparation for the suite levels, new clubs, VVIP Club, and Bunker Suites.

    Our scope of work included all electrical power, lighting, and special systems conduit. We worked throughout the entire arena including the mechanical penthouse and the existing catwalk system. Our work also included raceways for fire alarm, smoke control, wifi, sound/tv, and security. All technology was upgraded or replaced.
  •   Hohokam Stadium

    Hohokam Stadium
    The Oakland A’s Spring Training Facility project consisted of improvements to Fitch Park in Mesa, AZ, and renovations to Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, AZ. Demolition and re-installation of the ball-fields, clubhouse, and second floor admin offices were included. The weight and training rooms at both parks included below-grade hydrotherapy pools. Renovations to Hohokam Stadium also included ticketing operations and the second floor press level/city suite, while renovations to Fitch also included a new, full service kitchen.
  •   Arizona State University Sun Devil Stadium Renovation Phase III

    Arizona State University Sun Devil Stadium Renovation Phase III
    Wilson Electric was selected by Hunt/Sundt joint venture for the final phase of renovations at ASU’s Sun Devil Stadium. The day after the final football game, 2017 a demolition crew was on site. Approximately three weeks later, the east area of the stadium, was hauled off and new construction in process. The new construction includes all the seating from the field up, from the corner of the southeast end zone to the corner of the northeast end zone. Foundations and underground utilities were placed simultaneously as the project continued on an extremely fast pace. The project included constructing three levels of concessions, restrooms, first aid areas, plus the "Club" level with high-end finishes. The structure is steel, with the lower seating concrete poured on grade. The upper seating is pre-cast concrete installed by crane. Wilson Electric’s scope included all the regular electrical power and lighting, but also the special systems. These included all raceways for the wifi, and communications, audio visual conduit systems for sound and TV, and raceway for broadcasting the games via Television and Radio. Our scope also included the raceway system for all the security. Since this was Phase 3, all these systems including power had to tie into the previous phases, requiring coordination with the owner. Our manpower peaked at 120, running two shifts, and working 7 days a week for the last six weeks.
  •   Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium

    Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium
    Originaly the spring training facility for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago White Sox. Wilson Electric provided a complete Pro Sound and structured cabling installation at this multi-purpose facility.
  •   Chase Field

    Chase Field
    Wilson Electric was part of the Design Assist team, approximately 60 contractors and subcontractors. Construction began in 1995 and was completed for opening day March 31, 1998. The 1.3 million square foot stadium is six levels with 49,000 seats, 69 luxury suites, six party boxes and a swimming pool on 26 acres in downtown Phoenix. The 5.25 acre retractable roof is made of 9 million pounds of structural steel, and opens using two 200-horsepowered motors and four miles of cable on a pulley system. NETSIAN Technologies Group integrated all special systems including closed circuit television, access control and fire alarm. Energy-efficient controls for the retractable roof and HVAC DDC temperature controls were installed, as well as Avaya structured cabling infrastructure and ProSound Audio-Visual System. Wilson Electric's Service Division has provided preventative maintenance for the facility ever since.
  •   Camelback Ranch Spring Training Facility

    Camelback Ranch Spring Training Facility
    The Camelback Ranch Spring Training Facility is home to both the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox. Across 151 acres, the massive facility has 14 practice fields in addition to the main field and two 60,000 SF clubhouses, one for each team. Wilson Electric provided electrical design assistance, installation and distribution including LED site lighting, MUSCO specialty lighting and signage. NETSIAN Technologies Group was responsible for audio-visual design, installation and programming, and fiber optic cabling throughout the facility.
  •   Westworld Phase II North

    Westworld Phase II North
    Westworld, Scottsdale's famed Equestrian Center, is expanding their facilities to include a 150,000 square foot enclosed, climate-controlled arena for equestrian shows and other special events. Expected to be complete by October 2013, the expanded equidome will replace the temporary tent structure that is currently home to the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auctions, one of the Valley’s biggest attractions. We are providing custom lighting fixtures in a controlled lighting system as well as future power capabilities as needed for future shows and events.
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