Amy Florence Fischbach

Amy Florence
Fischbach
Articles
Energy Prices Cause Continual Shift in Power Generation Market
Electric utility construction starts soared to a record high during 2012 but may dip 31% this year to $35 billion, according to McGraw-Hill Construction.
Tax Credits Fuel Future of Wind Energy Market
Electrical contractors with the right skills can take advantage of wind sector project opportunities as well as gain maintenance and repair work
Fast-Track Project Demands Labor-Saving Methods 1
Interstates uses prefabrication approach for electrical work on Glanbia Nutritionals Ingredient Technologies project in South Dakota
Photovoltaic Market Rebounds
Photovoltaic (PV) market creates new work for electrical contractors in 2013
Minnesota Transforms Historic Railway Depot into Modern Transit Hub

The last train left St. Paul, Minn.’s Union Depot in 1971, and its historic Waiting Room went dark. The windows and skylights were boarded up, the roof was leaking, and pigeons made their home in the dilapidated, vacant structure. Nearly 40 years later, the 1920s-era railroad depot has been brought back to life as a modern multi-modal transit facility.

Slowdown in Single-Family Starts Boosts Multi-Family Sector
013 electrical construction report on the multi-family housing market
Wake Forest University Medical Building Renovation
Starr Electric transforms tobacco warehouses into high-tech lab
Single-Family Housing Market Rebounds from Five-Year Slump
2013 electrical construction report on the single-family housing market
Hawaiian Island Transforms Hazardous Waste Site into Solar Field
Utility-scale solar field in Kapolei, Hawaii features 1.18MW ground-mounted PV system that generates enough power to supply 150 to 250 homes.
Luminaire Selection and Controls Key to Sustainability on College Construction Project
New School of Business at Farmingdale State College SUNY pursues LEED silver certification
2013 Top 40 Electrical Design Firms 1
EC&M ranks the biggest electrical design firms in 2013
Historic Gym Transformed into High-Tech International Center
After eight months of extensive renovation, Saint Louis University’s Center for Global Citizenship will open its doors in May 2013.
Federal Cuts Slow Public Work in Water and Wastewater Market
2013 electrical construction forecast for the water/wastewater market
Reshoring Sparks Growth in Manufacturing Sector
2013 electrical construction forecast for the manufacturing market
California Modernizes Port to Lessen Emissions and Improve Capacity
Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project at the Port of Long Beach will drive down emissions and give all ships that dock at the terminal shore-to-ship power

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