Electrical Design & Field Service by a Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer

Engineered Electric Services, LLC has been providing expert electrical design and field service to commercial and industrial clients throughout central Florida since 1975. Our professional Engineer can help in all aspects of electrical design, including substation construction, testing, controls, transformers, switchgear, and Arc Flash Hazard Analysis in accordance with OSHA and NFPA 70E. Our Electrical Engineer is well versed in all of the most current industry standards and practices.

We use the most up-to-date, innovative electrical engineering technologies available, including our thermographic imaging camera, to evaluate your electrical system to ensure uninterrupted service. This means that even if you have problems deep within your system that may be causing power fluctuations and other problems you may not even be aware of, our electrical technicians are able to diagnose the problem quickly, easily, and affordably.

Some of our core capabilities are:

    • NFPA 70E Arc Flash Hazard Analysis and Training
    • Electrical Design – Engineering/Building
    • Protective relay calibration
    • Power quality solutions
    • Power system analysis
    • Power substation maintenance
    • Insulating oil analysis
    • Power transformer service
    • Circuit Breaker maintenance
    • Earth ground resistance testing
    • High voltage testing
    • Hot oil vacuum dehydration

Engineered Electric Services also provides the training and testing needed for the new NFPA 70E, 2009 requirement by OSHA; click on link below for a full description of the requirements. So, whether you need electrical design for a construction project in Orlando, or you need field trouble shooting or testing for a government municipality in Tampa, Engineered Electric Services is your source for all electrical engineering requirements.

Thermographic Imaging | NFPA 70E – Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

Contact us today to learn more about our expert electrical design and field service capabilities.