Michaud Cooley Erickson provides high level technical engineering solutions which adhere to schedules and budgets. We provide conformity with all functional, environmental and aesthetic requirements of a facility. Michaud Cooley Erickson engineers can develop solutions that encompass a wide array of electrical requirements.
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Lighting can represent more than half a building’s energy costs, so MCE combines state-of-the-art equipment, such as photo-sensitive devices, energy-efficient lamps, and daylight harvesting system designs. Proper lighting systems also contribute to a positive working environment, so our designs also help reduce eyestrain, provide accurate color rendition and enhance the overall appearance and function of any space.
Michaud Cooley Erickson provides power distribution infrastructure design including primary, medium voltage distribution systems, this includes design of campus distribution systems. MCE designs the distribution system to include: flexibility, energy efficient distributions systems, vertical power distribution, generator and UPS system designs. Special requirements may include redundant distribution systems, special grounding, electrical system coordination studies and arc flash studies.
Michaud Cooley Erickson has a staff of five full-time members dedicated to the design of Technology Systems. These systems include Security, Telecommunications, Data and Networking, sound masking and public address, and audio/visual. Unlike many other engineering firms, we have the staffing depth and expertise to deliver highly technical designs for every building system this eliminating the need for additional consultants on the team and results in improvements in efficiency and coordination.
MCE provides an Arc Flash Study for the power distribution system within the facility. This includes field verification of the existing equipment, such as feeder sizes and lengths, power distribution equipment, and detailed information on the overcurrent protective devices. We modeled the system utilizing software to create a short circuit study and corresponding arc flash study indicating the incident energy available at each location on the system.