Charleston County SC project

chris kennedy

Senior Member
Location
Miami Fla.
Occupation
60 yr old tool twisting electrician
The company I work for has been asked to send myself and a crew to SC for a 6+ week project. If I go there is no way I can take a crew.
This is a machine that sorts/separates co-mingled recycled materials. 200' wide and 325' long with 70+ motors, 1200A at 480V.
This will be an EMT job.
Scheduled to start late this month although the 3 I have done have been a few weeks delayed.

We haven't make a commitment yet, just trying to asses the feasibility. I don't know how large a crew the expect us to supply.

If your in the area and have an interest could you please shoot me a PM?

Thanks
 

gadfly56

Senior Member
Location
New Jersey
Occupation
Professional Engineer, Fire & Life Safety
The company I work for has been asked to send myself and a crew to SC for a 6+ week project. If I go there is no way I can take a crew.
This is a machine that sorts/separates co-mingled recycled materials. 200' wide and 325' long with 70+ motors, 1200A at 480V.
This will be an EMT job.
Scheduled to start late this month although the 3 I have done have been a few weeks delayed.

We haven't make a commitment yet, just trying to asses the feasibility. I don't know how large a crew the expect us to supply.

If your in the area and have an interest could you please shoot me a PM?

Thanks
Out of curiosity, why can't you take a crew with you, especially if the client will foot the bill?
 

hillbilly1

Senior Member
Location
Atlanta,Ga
We do it all the time, we can send crews, or hire locally, and just send a foreman and lead man. You can also use rent a bums if the job is not too complicated. We don’t do industrial, so can’t help you there.
 
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