National Electric Code Section 250 Training

All of Atlantic Electric’s Project Managers, Estimators, and many apprentices participated in a 10 hour National Electrical Code training course on section 250. This section covers grounding and Bonding. The course was based on Mike Holts training and was taught by Scott Harding, who is a member of code panel that oversees section 250. The Vice President of Atlantic Electric says “It was an excellent training course that taught everyone about the proper grounding procedures required by the National Electric Code.”

Langley AFB Complete!

Langley AFB Team completes Runway (RW) 8/26 Outage in April as scheduled. The work involved installing a Displaced Threshold for RW 08, also replaced the RW 08 (Bar of 49 Lights) Threshold. The RW 08 PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator), TW Lights, RW Edge Lights, Junction Plazas, and new Duct Bank system and wiring were… Continue Reading

Training of Airfield Electricians

Atlantic Electric conducts a special training course for all of its Airfield Electricians in Virginia. The course taught by the manufacturer Amerace included detailed instructions on the installation of their  5KV FAA-L823 Super Kits. All Employees who attended received their certification and 6 veteran Atlantic employees also received “Train the Trainer” certification. Continue Reading

Work on Langley AFB

Atlantic Electric’s Langley AFB crew is completing the replacement of the RW 08 Threshold. The project includes total replacement of all RW and TW lights, new duct system with Junction Plazas, and upfit of airfield lighting vault and control system. Continue Reading

B. L. Harbert, Birmingham, AL subcontracts Atlantic Electric, LLC for Andrews, AFB Project.

March 15, 2018, marks the start of another high visibility Atlantic Electric, LLC project replacing airfield lighting at Andrews AFB which is the home base of the U.S. Presidential Fleet of aircraft.  We look forward to completing this two-year project, working with B.L. Harbert Birmingham, AL, an international company, which includes the replacement of existing… Continue Reading

Atlantic Electric, LLC completes Dover, DE AFB runway replacement project.

Versar, Inc., Springfield, VA hired Atlantic Electric, LLC to provide 120,936 labor hours during the demolition and replacement of Runway 01-19, adjoining taxiways, airfield lighting, NAVAIDs and incidental related work at Dover, DE AFB.  Versar’s Project Manager, Doug Marquart said Atlantic Electric played a key role by bringing highly qualified and experienced personnel to the… Continue Reading

Atlantic Electric, LLC completes new airfield lighting at Charleston AFB

Atlantic Electric, LLC recently expanded over 11,000 labor hours during the reconstruction of approximately 3,000 linear feet of Taxiway Delta at Charleston AFB.  Serving as a subcontractor to R C Construction of Greenwood, MS our job site crew provided all new airfield lighting, signage and pavement markings.   Phillip, job site superintendent deserves extra credit for… Continue Reading

ATLANTIC ELECTRIC, LLC Upgrades the 139-year-old Stella Maris Church with LED lights and new control system.

Atlantic Electric, LLC has completed the LED lighting upgrade to Stella Maris Catholic Church on Sullivan’s Island, SC.  The existing lighting system was over 20 years old and cast very uneven lighting throughout the Sanctuary. The installation was complicated due to the age of the building, age of the existing electrical system, high ceilings, and… Continue Reading

Atlantic Electric Completes Deployment of Accubid Enterprise to Estimating Dept.

Three years ago we purchased Accubid Enterprise with a goal of going live in a year. Well it took longer that we had anticipated. The database and takeoff assemblys needed extensive modification due to the type of work Atlantic Electric performs. The estimators work space had to be totally redesigned for “On Screen” takeoff coupled… Continue Reading

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