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Atlantic Electric completes Parking Lot Renovation of Charleston International Airport

Atlantic Electric recently completed the Surface Lot Renovation and Expansion project for Charleston International Airport. The electrical portion of the project required the demolition and relocation of the existing parking lot lighting. The existing lighting poles were removed and the concrete bases were demolished. Forty six new concrete bases were installed and re-fed with new power and fiber optic raceways by directional boring. Hand-holes and communication raceways were also provided and installed by directional boring. The new and existing poles as well as an existing warehouse were retrofitted with new LED luminaries including lighting controls. Upgrades of the existing power distribution were provided for a new revenue booth.

Atlantic Electric Recognized In SC Biz News

Atlantic Electric, LLC has been named one of the 40 fastest-growing companies in South Carolina for 2018 by SC Biz News. Twenty large companies and twenty small companies have been named to the statewide Roaring Twenties list presented annually by SC Biz News. This honor recognizes the state’s fastest-growing companies based on both dollar and… Continue Reading

Atlantic Electric Recognized in October 2018 Issue of Airport Improvement Magazine

Atlantic Electric was recently recognized in a major airfield lighting systems industry publication for the work we’ve done over the last three years at Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach, Virginia. There were many airfield runway lighting systems replaced and updated over the last three years but they include – runway edge, centerline, threshold,… Continue Reading

NORFOLK AIRPORT PROJECT WRAPS UP

Atlantic Electric completed this challenging airfield lighting project which included the replacement of 118 centerline lights on the main runway at Norfolk International Airport. The contract team was only allowed to work five hours each night prior to reopening the runway to air traffic at 5:15am each day. This runway centerline pavement repair and airport… Continue Reading

Norfolk Airport’s Main Runway

Virginia Paving Company has awarded Atlantic Electric, LLC a 4.6 million dollar subcontract for the centerline light repair at Norfolk Airport’s main runway.  The project requires Atlantic Electric to core drill out the centerline lights, drill helical piles under each base, install centerline ductbank system, and pour concrete around the light base during a five-hour… Continue Reading

CHOATE, Belle Hall project

Atlantic Electric, LLC was awarded the Belle Hall job with CHOATE, CHOATE is a premier general contractor in the Southeast. This project is a “design-build” project; with the exterior walls, elevator shaft and stairwells being pre-made. The electrical portion of construction includes parking lot lighting, incoming secondary, data cabling and primary conduits. Atlantic Electric, LLC… Continue Reading

Ferry Wharf Building

Freese Johnson has awarded Atlantic Electric, LLC the electrical work for the Ferry Wharf Building project. This five-story building is located in Mt, Pleasant, SC. The project includes installing a new 80 KW diesel generator, 3000 amp service, bus ducts and a switchboard with voice data raceway and panel boards. Continue Reading

Oceana Team completes RW 5R-23L

Congratulations to the Naval Air Station Oceana Team for an outstanding job! Team Oceana completed work on the 12,000 FT Runway (RW) 5R-23L on May 19th.  This airfield project included installing runway Edge lights, runway centerline lights, and two threshold light bars (30 lights per threshold).  Additionally, the airfield needed the installation of two Wave-Off/OLS… Continue Reading

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… Continue Reading

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