At our Private Residence project we’ve begun working on the HVAC electrical on the roof. With a through-roof penetration for our electrical conduit, and a rack we built for the disconnects, we’ve got everything ready to go with the HVAC unit.
This week at our Private residence project we’ve started working on the outside patio. The tenants are turning their rooftop into a true outdoor oasis – complete with an entire kitchen set up!
Above is the rooftop where there will be a grill, and lots of exterior lighting to set the mood!
This week we perfected the layout of these LED recessed can fixtures. Our field measurements and recommendations were coordinated with the New York based Architecture firm to locate the fixtures between joists and dead center of the joints between the tongue and groove wood soffit finished look.
Here we’re measuring the height for the interior television power and data. This project has been such a new and exciting experience for all of us. We predominately do lots of industrial and commercial work, so working in specialized residential has been an eye opening experience! We’re lucky to add this project to our ever growing resume!
German Motorworks is getting ready to come to a close. We’ve come a long way since our last spotlight on this project, and we’re proud of the progress our team has portrayed!
This week at German Motorworks our team has initiated final clean up, as well as programmed the wireless lighting controls we specified and installed for this project.
We’ve provided power to these 208 volt vehicle lifts via SO-cord drops as well as internal wiring inside the lift member to keep the look clean.
We’ve spent a lot of time ensuring that the above ceiling space is tidied up and code compliant.
Finishing up the week at Fellowship Mt. Juliet! This week we are finished roughing in the walls and installing various light fixtures.
We’ve had our hands full this week piping in for new panels as well – things are starting move along and shape up! Looking forward to more progress for this project.
Our Friday spotlight project is Nashville Auto Repair – German Motorworks which was awarded to MTLC. German Motorworks is a European specialty shop located right around the corner from our office.
Our scope of work on German Motorworks is renovation in their Wedgewood-Houston warehouse and consists of demo of existing light fixtures, receptacles and data devices both in the warehouse as well as the existing office area.
We look forward to sharing more on this project as things start moving along! Check back in a couple weeks when we circle back around and check out the progress!
This private residence is a project we’ve been working on with Carter Group, LLC. It’s an art gallery/residence fusion. Located near Hume Fogg, the view they’ve got is unbeatable.
Our scope on this residence includes a lighting package for the entire residence, located above the art gallery. Our interior work includes the relocation of a variety of can lights throughout, as well as some demo work. On top of the residence, the owners are adding a rooftop deck, to which we will install numerous ceiling fixtures, pole switches, wall wash fixtures, and GFI receptacles in the outdoor kitchen space.
We’ll be posting updates on our projects Wednesdays and Fridays of each week – follow along to stay up to date!
The Fellowship at Mt. Juliet campus is a project we were selected for by WellSpring Builders. The Fellowship Mt. Juliet is one of two Fellowship religious community locations, and has recently moved into their large warehouse space at 490 Industrial Drive.
Our scope of work for The Fellowship at Mt. Juliet is pretty standard. We will begin with the installation of new panels from the existing service. Our team will install new fixtures throughout the space as well as installing and adding to the existing fire alarm system.
We look forward to following this project as it continues, and will take you along with us!