||Cable & Wireless
Cable & Wireless USA
at the Sterling Building in Downtown Cleveland is an example of one of
the many telecommunication site projects in which Harrington Electric
Co. specializes. These projects are typically very fast-track and
involve a heavy emphasis on redundant power distribution sources,
standby power systems, DC power plants, fiber optic backbone, and fire
alarm. This rapidly growing field demands the highest level of
workmanship and professional coordination. This project was performed
under the very professional construction management of Turner, SPD
||Cleveland Clinic Data Center
The Cleveland Clinic Data Center was performed in a joint venture with Truland Systems of Reston, VA. It was a $27 million electrical project. The 120,000 s.f. Tier III redundancy data center was delivered under an extremely aggressive schedule, proceeding from mobilization to commissioning in twelve months. 100% of the data center's underground and overhead MEP systems were modeled in 3D by a dedicated multi-trade coordination team that worked on the project. The facility was designed for LEED Silver Certification. The Construction Manager on this well-coordinated project was Gilbane Building Company.
Severance Hall, home of
the Cleveland Orchestra, is another one of Cleveland's gems and is
arguably one of the finest concert halls in the world. Harrington
Electric Company worked under the construction management leadership of
Panzica Construction Co. on this 2 ½ year project. The project,
designed by GSI Architects in concert with the David M. Schwarz
Architectural Services, Inc., involved a sound-isolated building
addition and total renovation of the hall. The combined value of the
electrical work on this project was $3.2 million.
Company installed all of the communications systems at another Cleveland
landmark, the new Cleveland Browns Stadium. The systems, falling under
(4) different contracts, were the Sound System, Broadcast System, RF
System, Security System and Fire Alarm System. The combined value of
these contracts totaled approximately $8 million.
Photo courtesy of Joe Glick
|University Hospital -
This recently completed
hospital, designed by GSI Architects, is truly a state-of-the-art
medical facility. The construction manager was Turner Construction Co.
The value of the electrical work was approximately $3.3 million.
Company was privileged to have been involved with the renovation of this
historic Cleveland landmark owned by the Playhouse Square Association.
This project involved an addition (housing a new stage, support areas
and loading dock) as well as a complete renovation of the existing
theater space. Turner Construction was the construction manager. The
design firm was GSI Architects. The electrical project was valued at
approximately $2 million.
Lifeworks is a
state-of-the-art physical therapy facility and health club owned by
Southwest General Hospital in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. This project was
completed under the construction management leadership of the Albert M.
Higley Company. The value of the electrical work on this project was
approximately $1.25 million.
||Cleveland Museum of
The night time photo on
the left of the illuminated Cleveland Museum of Art is a sample of one
of the many building façade lighting projects that Harrington Electric
is proud of. This project and several others were the result of
collaboration with GE Lighting.