Electrical Contracting

The R&D Tax Credit can provide an immediate source of cash as well as a significant reduction to current and future years’ federal and state tax liabilities.

Electrical Contractor

An existing urban high school needed a new fire alarm system. The project required all emergency and electrical systems to be brought into compliance with the code. The new enhancements had trouble fitting into the existing infrastructure of the building, requiring the contractor to do extensive research into alternatives. The project modified the type of wire utilized in the system to fit into the existing 1/2” conduits. This also changed the type of gauge that could be utilized and modified the loads that could be carried in certain parts of the system.

This is just one example of the many ways your company could qualify!

Electrical Contractor

The electrical system in a lab and hospital building needed upgrading by an electrical contractor. The specifications for this project required a high amount of precision. The project was particularly challenged by the layout for the electrical systems, which included overlapping conduits. The company was required to evaluate where the ceilings of each area were located and layer the equipment and conduits in such a way as to keep it accessible while also ensuring it was concealed.

This is just one example of the many ways your company could qualify!

Electrical Contractor

A company took on a project to develop an electrical system for a newly designed building complex. The primary challenge was the building material the complex was constructed from – metal. The conduits required for the electrical system could not be supported overhead by the metal buildings. Furthermore, the conduits could not be run underground because there was a risk of the conduits cracking. The company investigated new methods to overcome weight issues and to make the overall system more efficient.

This is just one example of the many ways your company could qualify!

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