Our experienced and highly trained engineers are dedicated to keeping your most valuable assets safe.
Data centers, 24/7 businesses, hospitals, emergency services providers, and essential government services cannot shut down to address electrical issues. We understand the importance of maintaining these critical infrastructures and the stringent demands of uptime requirements.
Pond’s degreed engineers will work around your schedule to conduct the necessary electrical studies to identify and manage Arc Flash hazards. You will receive reports containing complete data and engineering analysis of your system.
Our engineers have performed electrical studies for many clients, including the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Georgia Institute of Technology, hospitals, Leidos, General Services Administration (GSA) and Lockheed Martin.
Pond provides training for every one of its engineers in the data collection process, CPR, first aid, and NFPA 70E prior to allowing them to work on site. Each engineer also is equipped with 8 cal and 40 cal rated gear to perform live system studies.
Services | Capabilities
⦁ Arc Flash Analysis
⦁ GAP Analysis
⦁ Electrical One-Line/Model
⦁ Electrical Operations Review
⦁ Short Circuit Analysis
⦁ Coordination Study
⦁ Digital documentation
⦁ Arc Flash labels
⦁ Infrared Studies
⦁ Lock Out – Tag Out
Alex Holbrook, PE, LEED AP
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