The Electrical Alliance Recognizes VarcoMac

The Electrical Alliance has recognized VarcoMac for its work on the International Monetary Fund data center project.

A recent article by the Electrical Alliance has recognized VarcoMac for its work on the International Monetary Fund data center project in Washington, D.C:

Have you ever stopped to wonder who is in charge of the most critical components of a building? The life safety, the data center, the electricity? Well, a good amount of the time it's Washington, DC Electrical Alliance contractors. These contractors are well known for the many high profile projects they build each year in the Washington, DC metro area. When a project demands the very highest standards of electrical installation and safe, on-time completion, an Electrical Alliance contractor has become the go-to option for many projects.
Electrical Alliance contractors are also known and respected for completing jobs with a high degree of difficulty, including unusual sets of circumstances and schedule requirements that only the very best electrical contractors can handle.Electrical Alliance contractor VarcoMac Electrical Construction successfully completed a challenging project for the International Monetary Fund working with general contractor Turner Construction. Completed on schedule, the project required close coordination and the creative use of manpower.The IMF’s data center project involved the renovation of an existing space to relocate an existing data center within the same building. This fast track project consisted of 12,000 square feet of new data center and UPS rooms and required completion within a five-month time frame. Sixty percent of electrical scope was completed in a little over a month despite delays that included 29 bulletins, over 200 RFIs, and approximately 200 drawings being changed throughout the process. Work was accomplished by coordinating day shifts consisting of 20 workers, night shifts consisting of 10 workers, and Saturday and Sunday labor consisting of more than 30 workers. Electrical improvements included two new 750KVA UPS systems, power distribution units, remote power panels, lighting, fire alarm, and emergency power off systems.Electrical Alliance contractors are also known and respected for completing jobs with a high degree of difficulty, including unusual sets of circumstances and schedule requirements that only the very best electrical contractors can handle.
Electrical Alliance contractor VarcoMac Electrical Construction successfully completed a challenging project for the International Monetary Fund working with general contractor Turner Construction. Completed on schedule, the project required close coordination and the creative use of manpower.
The IMF data center project involved the renovation of an existing space to relocate an existing data center within the same building. This fast track project consisted of 12,000 square feet of new data center and UPS rooms and required completion within a five-month time frame. Sixty percent of electrical scope was completed in a little over a month despite delays that included 29 bulletins, over 200 RFIs, and approximately 200 drawings being changed throughout the process. Work was accomplished by coordinating day shifts consisting of 20 workers, night shifts consisting of 10 workers, and Saturday and Sunday labor consisting of more than 30 workers. Electrical improvements included two new 750KVA UPS systems, power distribution units, remote power panels, lighting, fire alarm, and emergency power off systems.
VarcoMac also received a Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award in the Power Generation, Distribution and Switchgear category for its work on the IMF data center.

Have you ever stopped to wonder who is in charge of the most critical components of a building? The life safety, the data center, the electricity? Well, a good amount of the time it's Washington, DC Electrical Alliance contractors. These contractors are well known for the many high profile projects they build each year in the Washington, DC metro area. When a project demands the very highest standards of electrical installation and safe, on-time completion, an Electrical Alliance contractor has become the go-to option for many projects.

Electrical Alliance contractors are also known and respected for completing jobs with a high degree of difficulty, including unusual sets of circumstances and schedule requirements that only the very best electrical contractors can handle.

Electrical Alliance contractor VarcoMac Electrical Construction successfully completed a challenging project for the International Monetary Fund working with general contractor Turner Construction. Completed on schedule, the project required close coordination and the creative use of manpower.

The IMF data center project involved the renovation of an existing space to relocate an existing data center within the same building. This fast track project consisted of 12,000 square feet of new data center and UPS rooms and required completion within a five-month time frame. Sixty percent of electrical scope was completed in a little over a month despite delays that included 29 bulletins, over 200 RFIs, and approximately 200 drawings being changed throughout the process. Work was accomplished by coordinating day shifts consisting of 20 workers, night shifts consisting of 10 workers, and Saturday and Sunday labor consisting of more than 30 workers. Electrical improvements included two new 750KVA UPS systems, power distribution units, remote power panels, lighting, fire alarm, and emergency power off systems.

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