EMCOR subsidiary Dynalectric contracted for cabling, electrical systems installation at LAX
Dynalectric will be responsible for the installation of all electrical systems for the Bradley West Core concourse at LAX.
NORWALK, Conn. -- EMCOR Group, Inc. (NYSE: EME), announced that, as previously reported during its November, Third Quarter 2010 earnings call, its Dynalectric Los Angeles subsidiary has been awarded a contract for the installation of all electrical systems for a new concourse terminal at the Los Angeles International Airport/LAX, in Los Angeles, California.
Dynalectric will be responsible for the installation of all electrical systems for the Bradley West Core, a new replacement concourse with 19 new gates and will accommodate docking for the Airbus A380, a new and extremely large aircraft capable of carrying 525 people. Scope of work includes providing and installing the complete electrical system, consisting of switchgear, light fixtures with lighting control system package, and emergency uninterruptible power source.
Dynalectric will also provide automatic transfer switches for the emergency system, as well as the structured cabling, data, WIFI, and electronic display systems for both flight and customs/border patrol. Additionally, Dynalectric will install all common use systems, such as paging, access control, video surveillance, fire alarm and life safety, and the laser air sampling system.
“As the primary airport serving Los Angeles, the second largest populated metro area in the U.S., this is a significant project at LAX for which we are honored to have been selected,” stated Chris Pesavento, President and CEO of Dynalectric. “With people from around the world flowing throughout the terminal daily, we are proud to know that millions of people a year will be impacted by the work that Dynalectric will be performing.”
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