Johnson Electrical Services LLC

Past Projects

Powering lives and making connections

  • DURHAM CITY HALL RENOVATION

    DURHAM CITY HALL RENOVATION

    CLIENT: Balfour Beatty Construction / Danielle Company

    SCOPE VALUE: $200,000

    SCOPE: Johnson Electrical was responsible for changing out all exterior commercial lighting to LED commercail lighting, as well as changing out the existing double chillers and replacing them with a stacked chiller system. We installed VFD’S for new pump motors we added and for two existing pump motors. Scheduled shutdowns to change out breakers from the switchgear / motor control centers.

  • ABC STORE #8 RENOVATION

    ABC STORE #8 RENOVATION

    CLIENT: Diamond Contracting

    SCOPE VALUE: $30,000

    SCOPE: This renovation project included the demolition of old electrical panels from the space, as well as old conduit and wire from the ceiling. We installed new circuits for the renovated space in the remaining panel and cleaned up the appearance of the above ceiling and circuitry. To be more sustainable, we reused the existing circuits to bring the new store plan online electrically.

  • WAKE TECH FIRE ALARM

    WAKE TECH FIRE ALARM

    CLIENT: Holt Brothers Construction

    SCOPE VALUE: $20,000

    SCOPE: This project involved installing fire alarm system wiring and devices for a new, two-story building on the Wake Tech campus. (Conduit and programming by others)

  • WAKE COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER

    WAKE COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER

    CLIENT: Balfour Beatty Construction/Barnhill

    SCOPE VALUE: $175,000

    SCOPE: This project included the full security conduit throughout the new, LEED Silver, 501,509 sf Wake County Justice Center. There are approximately 22 new criminal courtrooms equipped with state-of-the-art technology, as well as more space for court support, such as the Clerk of Court and Public Defender. The project consists of high security parking for 160 vehicles, central energy plant, including two (2) 480 volt generators, for countyowned downtown facilities and the connection to the existing courthouse tunnel. (Cabling and device installation by others)

  • ZEBULON DATA CENTER

    ZEBULON DATA CENTER

    CLIENT: Barnhill/Gilbane Construction Company

    SCOPE VALUE: $80,000

    SCOPE: This project included the Fire Alarm conduit throughout the new, single-story, Tier III, 150,000 sf enterprise data center designed for a two-phase deployment on a greenfield site.

  • DUKE MEDICINE PAVILION

    DUKE MEDICINE PAVILION

    CLIENT: KBR Building Group

    SCOPE VALUE: $65,000

    SCOPE: This project included the Fire Alarm and Pre-Action System Installation for this state-of-the-art addition at Duke University Hospital. The pavilion houses 16 operating rooms and 160 critical care and intermediate care beds. The eightstory building encompasses 580,000 square feet and will be connected to the Duke University Hospital.

  • ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS

    ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS

    CLIENT: City of Raleigh, City of Durham

    SCOPE VALUE: $30,000

    SCOPE: This project included the Installation of conduit and wire for vehicle charging stations as well as the installation of the actual charging stations, as well. (Programming by others)

  • FLETCHER PARK LED LIGHTING UPGRADE

    FLETCHER PARK LED LIGHTING UPGRADE

    CLIENT: City of Raleigh

    SCOPE VALUE: $20,000

    SCOPE: This project included the demolition of old pole lights and bases throughout Fletcher park and parking areas. We, then installed new LED pole lights and bases in their place. We had to troubleshoot old wires and circuits so new wires could be pulled in to operate the new fixtures.

  • CAMERAS AT TRIANGLE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

    CAMERAS AT TRIANGLE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

    CLIENT: City of Durham

    SCOPE VALUE: $5,000

    SCOPE: This project included the installation of 12 new cameras around the Triangle Wastewater Treatment facility. We created a monitored grid so each specified area was clearly within the view of the assigned camera or cameras.

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