Scalise Industries' scope of work includes extension of existing site utilities and service, installation of new switchgear, distribution of complete power throughout the facility, and installation of a new emergency generator
Norwalk, Conn.-based EMCOR Group, Inc. recently announced that its subsidiary EMCOR Services Scalise Industries, Lawrence, Pa., has been awarded a contract for the installation of all electrical systems for an addition to Salk Hall at the University of Pittsburgh.
Scalise Industries will be responsible for installing all electrical systems for a 81,000 square foot addition to Salk Hall that will add laboratory and administrative space to the School of Dental Medicine’s Center for Craniofacial Regeneration and the School of Pharmacy’s Center for Pharmaceutical Sciences. The addition will also allow for future renovation. Scalise Industries' scope of work includes extension of existing site utilities and service, installation of new switchgear, distribution of complete power throughout the facility, and installation of a new emergency generator. Additional scope of work includes installation of a new fire alarm and area rescue system, a new telecommunications system, new lighting protection system and new exterior/interior lighting, and installation of a new security system.
"We are delighted to have an opportunity to play a role in this important building for the University of Pittsburgh,” states Mark Scalise, president and CEO, Scalise Industries. "The many important aspects of this project, all to be performed within the systems rich, precision driven environment of a medical facility, is something we're very experienced and skilled in delivering, including using our expertise to support the project objective of achieving LEED Silver certification."