Electrical Design Build

From the initial concept and design all the way to completion, the electrical design build team at Prairie Electric has the staff resources to see any facility design or upgrade to completion. We do so with a fully-staffed Engineering Department that works closely with clients on design-build projects.

Electrical Design Build / Pre-Construction Services Include:

  • BIM/3D design and modeling
  • Construction Coordination & Clash Detection
  • Medium Voltage Utility Design
  • Photometric Lighting Design
  • Schematic layout
  • Facilities Planning
  • Load and Fault Calculations
  • Distribution & Circuiting layout
  • Permit/Construction Documents
  • Street Lighting Design
  • Robotic construction layout
  • Software:
    • AutoCad
    • Revit
    • Navis works
    • AGI lighting software

Some of our Most Notable Projects:

  • Reser’s
  • Hampton Inn @ The Pearl
  • Mary’s Woods Westfield
  • Westgate
  • Timberland Senior Living
  • The Sovereign
  • 19th & Overton
  • Cook Street Lofts
  • The Reserve
  • Maletis Beverage
  • Woodlark/Cornelius Hotel
  • New Seasons Market (Grant Park Village, Nyberg, Woodstock locations)
  • Civitas Montessa
  • Stafford Heights Racquet Club
  • The Signal – 1st and Angel
  • Division Apartments
  • Hawthorne Apartments
  • Taylor Apartments
  • Stephens Place

We have a team in place of designers and engineers who are all licensed in Washington and Oregon. Their electrical design build expertise in virtual construction and conflict management—notably within Revit and Building Information Modeling (BIM)—makes them the premier team to handle projects large and small. For projects with all sorts of overlapping trades, we’re relied upon to take the lead in all matters of clash detection and 3D modeling.

Vintage Plaza Hotel Electrical Design Build project in Portland OR

Beyond our technologies, our team has the extensive background of designing for all types of industries. Just tell us the specifications and the budget, and we’ll get to work.

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