Amy Florence

Articles by Amy Florence
Photovoltaic Systems: Harnessing the Power of the Sun
Designers are blending energy-producing systems into urban architecture to reduce the nation's dependence on the grid and produce clean, green power
Project Watch
Rebuilding the World Trade Center
Product of the Month
Plug-and-Play Power Distribution System
How to Prepare for the Upturn in Construction
The worst may be over for the construction industry, so some electrical firms are getting ready to take advantage of future growth
Slow Road to Recovery
Record-breaking residential market tapers off and non-residential sector rebounds, leading to another flat year for construction
Product of the Month
A Safe and Reliable Way to Deenergize and Test Installed Circuit Breakers
Effectively Managing Projects Remotely
Electrical contractors are making greater use of project management software to keep tabs on their projects
Product of the Month
System Monitors and Maintains Ground Resistance
Product of the Month
Change is in the Air for Network Cabling
Bright Lights, Big City: the Rebirth of Chicago’s Historic Goodman Theatre
Sparkling lights illuminate Chicago’s Theatre District. On the corner of Randolph and Dearborn St., the 170,000-sq-ft Goodman Theatre complex blends new construction and renovation to bring the Windy City’s theatrical past into the present. Construction teams spent two years on the $46 million project, which included the construction of two theaters.
South Carolina Contractor Helps Restore Power After Hurricane Isabel Hits Outer Banks
A 100 mph storm swept through North Carolina’s coastal communities after Hurricane Isabel hit the East Coast. High winds forced trees to topple on to power lines, which cut off power to all the homes and businesses in the Outer Banks. To help restore electricity, the governor’s office called on B&D Electrical Contractors, a Rock Hill, S.C.-based firm. The company sent six of its electricians to Rocky Mount, N.C., which served as the staging area for utilities.
EC&M'S Top 50 Electrical Contracting Firms 
Many of the nation's largest electrical contracting firms experienced a double-digit drop in sales in 2002
South Carolina Contractor Helps Restore Power After Hurricane Isabel Hits Outer Banks
A 100 mph storm swept through North Carolina’s coastal communities after Hurricane Isabel hit the East Coast. High winds forced trees to topple on to power lines, which cut off power to all the homes and businesses in the Outer Banks. To help restore electricity, the governor’s office called on B&D Electrical Contractors, a Rock Hill, S.C.-based firm. The company sent six of its electricians to Rocky Mount, N.C., which served as the staging area for utilities.
Product of the Month
Electricians Can Cut Accurate Holes Without Creating Dust
Stepping Up to Success
High-school and post-secondary students race against the clock to compete in four wiring contests at the SkillsUSA Championships
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