Electrical Construction for the
Elmira-Corning Regional Airport Project
John Mills Electric was recently contracted for the electrical construction component of the $60M addition and renovation project for the Elmira-Corning Regional Airport.
This renovation included New Electrical Service Installation, Back-up Generators, LED Lighting, an Automated Paging System, and New Fire Alarm and Security Systems.
We were very pleased to have been involved in this important project for the community.
Elmira High School Sports Field Lighting Upgrades
John Mills Electric was recently contracted to upgrade the lighting for some of the Elmira High School Sports facilities.
The baseball field was upgraded with 6 LED MUSCO pole light assemblies. Small cones were used in the outfield as a lay-out grid to ensure that light level measurements were uniform.
Additionally, the tennis courts' lighting (in the background) was upgraded with 4 LED MUSCO pole light assemblies.
Featured Project: Ithaca College Generator
Recently, John Mills Electric was very fortunate in being selected for another electrical contract with Ithaca College.
The formidable job was to install a 500KVA Natural Gas Generator with a 2500A Bypass Automatic Transfer Switch. The generator will back up a new 2500A main service.
The project will be completed by the time students return in the fall, and it will allow the facility dining services and other student services to keep rolling during any power outage, including storms and natural disasters.
Electrical Contract Completed for The Hotel Ithaca
John Mills Electric recently completed a significant electrical contract for The Hotel Ithaca. This project, led by George Denmark, John Mill's VP and lead project manager, essentially involved designing and building out the electrical system for a new tower wing of the hotel. John Mills was also responsible for the electrical systems in the new entrance and lobby area of the existing hotel.
This electrical project for the luxury hotel began last fall with a dedicated crew of 6 electricians, and was successfully completed within a tight schedule so that Cornell University could hold their graduation on the weekend of May 27th this past month.
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