Electrical Services Design

Electrical Services Design - Engineer or Electrician?

Electrical Services designed by a specialist engineer, assess the structure’s projected volume of energy consumption and then provide adequate solutions to reduce the energy demand, maintain the lowest possible greenhouse emissions while at the same time making sure that it won’t hurt your budget.

Electricians on the other hand are the people who make these plans and concepts a reality by being part of the construction process and physically installing the rolls of wires into place.

When do you need Electrical Services design from an Engineer?

Electrical services designs provided by a qualified engineer are usually for larger developments and commercial buildings as opposed to smaller residential additions or alterations which can be wired by a qualified electrician with little design. However, an engineer can ensure that the energy demands in your structure are met without sacrificing efficiency.

Engineers will also provide detailed drawings of plans to give your structure a network of interconnected wires that is invisible to the public but easily accessible for service, function and repair.

Why Neilly Davies for Electrical Services Design

With over 35 years experience, Neilly Davies electrical engineers are capable of designing and implementing electrical services into residential developments, commercial buildings or industrial facilities. Our expertise includes:

  • Access control systems
  • Active harmonic filtering
  • Cable support and duct systems
  • Electrical equipment
  • Emergency lighting
  • Engine driven and photovoltaic power generation
  • High and low voltage power supply sytems and equipment
  • Lightning systems and controls
  • Power distribution equipment
  • Power factor correction
  • Security systems
  • Tunnel electrical works
  • Uninterruptible power supply

For more information about our electrical services design or discuss your project in more detail, call us now on 1300 730 340.

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