This project involved Harlan installing new electrical infrastructure and integration with existing electrical systems to an addition of 4 floors on top of an existing 24/7 facility. Every Harlan employee was charged with constant awareness of achieving zero disruption for patients, employees and guests of the facility. Industry observers take notice that Vanderbilt exhibits extreme confidence in Harlan’s advance planning and ability to avoid unplanned electrical outages.
The museum’s primary power, emergency power, site lighting, exhibit and gallery lighting, specialty lighting controls, transformers, generators, ATS, fire alarms, lightning protection, telecommunications, data, security, and AV system were put into place by Harlan. Located in North Nashville, the museum provides the State of Tennessee a freestanding, contemporary space built to last several lifetimes. This process required Harlan employees to exercise extraordinary care in protecting artifacts from dust, moisture, damage and in some cases even harsh light.
The project objective was to replace the existing 30 year old main switchgear with new equipment with no disruption to the occupant’s operations. Some of the existing feeders and cables were to be tested and reused while others had to be rerouted and new ones installed. Concrete removal was required, making noise abatement and planning for demolition activities high priority. Harlan was prime contractor and responsible for coordinating and communicating with various agencies for all activities.
Appropriately located in Music City, this high-profile facility is the only museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of many music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans. This project was performed as an equal Joint Venture Partnership with a local MBE Electrical contractor that Harlan had previously subcontracted work to while developing mutual trust through an excellent working/mentoring relationship
Ongoing relationship began in 2017 and has evolved into a loyal customer. Phase 1 was office building with employee amenities, entertainment venue and broadcast production facilities. Phase 2 more offices and surface parking. Phase 3, currently under construction, is the Events Center for hosting live functions including Dave Ramsey Seminars, Company-wide outings and other activities. Upcoming plans so far include a parking garage and one more building
Harlan provided electrical infrastructure and systems installation at the latest phase in the renovation and expansion of the Nashville International Airport. The Grand Lobby at the core of the airport’s terminal, is a key component of the multi-billion dollar BNA Vision improvement plan. The 200,000 sqft at the center of the terminal includes 24 TSA security screening lanes, dining, retail and service amenities. The project involved Harlan installing new electrical infrastructure and integration with existing electrical systems to this 24/7 facility.
Harlan Electric Company has consistently been a Top Rated electrical contractor in the Southeast. We cover all aspects of key and critical power systems from electrical construction to maintenance to engineering. Whether you are an owner, general contractor, construction manager or property manager, we offer successful turn-key solutions for even your most complex projects.
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