EMCOR Group, Inc. recently announced that its subsidiary, Dynalectric Co., has been awarded a contract for the design/build of the electrical systems for the Consolidated National Operations Center of the U.S. Coast Guard Main Headquarters in Washington D.C. Dynalectric will be responsible for installing all of the electrical power, lighting, and controls for a modular utility plant, which will provide normal and emergency power, including a supply of 1,200 tons of chilled water, for the Consolidated National Operations Center. Bringing the plant online will include the installation of a mile of underground 15KV power feeders.

“We’re very proud to have been selected to be part of this important project for the U.S. Coast Guard Main Headquarters,” stated Brian Burns, president and CEO of Dynalectric. “The many important aspects of electrical construction we will be delivering at the modular utility plant project are representative of the extensive resources we offer that enable us to provide comprehensive electrical services across a range of markets to enhance the operations of a facility.”