IETC self-performed the project Design-Build (performed the engineering, equipment procurement and construction all in house). The project consisted of (72) cottages or (36-duplexes) depending on how you looked at it, for retirement living. We were responsible for the power distribution around the cottage development which consisted of 12,470V underground feeders. This was made possible through medium voltage switches and single phase transformers.
We furnished and installed all equipment including the concrete vaults that the power equipment mounted to. We also provided 240/120V single phase underground feeders from the transformers to each cottage and installed power metering at each transformer. In addition, we installed the telecommunications and fire alarm to each of the cottages, furnished and installed all LED street lighting, as well as, coordinated with the Owner (Masonic Village) and the General Contractor (Warfel Construction) to deliver a sound system and meet the delivery date schedule.
This was a high-end, fast paced project with many hurdles and included a high-level of coordination with the General Contractor and owner. For more info on Masonic Village visit masonicvillages.org.
Chris Menges · Project Manager/ Estimator
Chris Menges is an Estimator / Project Manager at IETC. In his past, he has managed and estimated projects from large scale construction to small home Generator projects. Chris also will manage the project as it progresses thru its many Construction phases. Chris started 23 years ago as an electrician in the field then was promoted into the office as an estimator after a few more years was promoted to a Project Manager / Estimator. Chris has a passion for the outdoors whether it be hunting, hiking, horseback riding, or just plain old relaxing. As long as the sky is above him.
Todd Landry · Engineer IV
IETC welcomed Todd Landry as a Engineer IV. Todd has three professional engineers licenses, one unlimited electrical contractor license, and is a certified electrical building inspection official in CT. He also has a BSEE and ME degree. He is currently pursuing two more professional engineers licenses. Todd comes from 29 years of service in the power generation and industrial power plants, and accompanied his wife from Connecticut, who is now working for the Michels Corp.
As we roll into another season, take advantage of our electrical testing and preventative maintenance services to perform Spring Cleaning on your facility electrical power distribution equipment. We had a rough, cold winter and your equipment would benefit from a thorough cleaning and inspection to prevent unplanned outages. Below is a starter-checklist to make sure you’re running right.
Benefits Of Using IETC | We provide testing and preventative maintenance service.
1. Our test equipment is calibrated and certified by a third party annually.
2. Certified, experienced and safety conscious technicians
3. Reports are reviewed by a Registered Professional Engineer within the company
4. If problems are found, IETC has the resources, equipment and experience to make the necessary repairs quickly and efficiently
5. Experience with medium voltage up to 138KV
Why perform electrical testing and preventative maintenance on your equipment?
1. Extend the life of the equipment and reduce downtime for unplanned outages
2. Increase operational safety, reliability and productivity
3. Prevent potential faults and failures
4. Insurance requirements
Transformer In Trouble?!
· Transformer Testing
· Doble Power Factor
· Transformer Turns Ratio
· Winding Resistance
· Oil Quality
· Dissolved Gas Analysis
· Oil Leaks and Repairs
· Loose Connections
· Grounding Issues
· Insurance Requirements
Switchgear & Switchboards
Keep the main power distribution center of your business in tip top shape!
· Inspection and Cleaning
· Test control devices (i.e. meters, single phase protection, etc)
· Test circuit breakers and fused switches
· Insulation Resistance Testing
· Ground Resistance Testing
Underground Medium Voltage Cables
Are your underground medium voltage cables about to fail?
· Visual Inspection
· Verify cable shielding
· Perform Very Low Frequency (VLF) with Tan Delta testing
· This is a nondestructive test and test the cables at very low frequency (0.1Hz) compared to DC Hi-Pot testing, which is considered a destructive test.
· IETC currently has (2) VLF test sets to meet your cable testing needs.
Infrared Thermography Scanning
Address loose connections and hot spots now before they become a problem!
· IETC has (4) certified Infrared Thermographer Technicians
· (1) Level I · (2) Level II · (1) Level III
· Self-calibrated, high-end IR Cameras
· Properly plan to make repairs for issues found during a PM in lieu of experiencing an unplanned outage.