CAPABILITIES

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ESTIMATING


Estimating

Power Solutions employs a full staff of experienced estimators who provide accurate, comprehensive and detailed estimates on projects ranging in value from the thousands to the millions. Many of our estimators came from the field where they worked as foreman, journeymen electricians and apprentices. The experience gained from working in the field on a variety of projects gives Power Solutions' estimators a practical understanding of how the jobs we bid will be built.

As an electrical contractor who specializes in working on projects in time sensitive mission critical environments where loss of power is not an option, attention to detail is paramount to the integrity of our estimates. Our owners and project managers are intricately involved in the compilation and close-out of all estimates. This team approach to the estimating process produces accurate bids that translate into efficiently built projects.

Power Solutions' estimating team works with the most sophisticated software available and our longstanding relationships with material vendors and equipment manufacturers ensures that the most updated pricing is available to our prospective clients. We continually upgrade our estimating technology so that our estimating department remains one of the best in the region.

Power Solutions' estimating department does not consider its work completed when the bid is submitted. Upon being awarded a project, our estimators work closely with project managers, vendors, equipment suppliers and, most importantly, the customers, to ensure that the project is completed on time and within the owner's budget.


Electrical Testing

Power Solutions' electrical testing group provides services ranging from maintenance to systems analysis, breaker testing, DC battery systems and repair services and 24/7 emergency service.
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Recent Testimonials

"The quality and consistency of the work delivered by Power Solutions sets them above and that is why they are my first choice among electrical contractors."
— Peter Chew, George Washington University