Commercial Project Management Services - Medium Voltage (MV) & Low Voltage (LV) Switchgear | Turtle & Hughes

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

When it comes to large-scale construction projects, few can rival the experience of Turtle & Hughes. We have played a crucial role in shaping the physical structure of New York City, where we first ­­­got our start over 95 years ago. Beginning in the 1930s, our team of highly specialized engineers has been involved in many historic developments - including the World Trade Center Reconstruction and Hudson Yards - and share years of industry experience in electrical power management and distribution products and services. We apply that hard-won expertise to projects across the country using a unique, strategic sales model focusing on technical expertise, customer service, complete equipment packages, value engineering, dedicated project management, and installation support.

PROVEN RESULTS FOR COMMERCIAL FACILITIES

MEDIUM-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR INSTALLATIONS AND MORE

Our decades-long strategic partnerships allow us to provide customers in any market with industry-leading local service commercial project management services. This, in turn, enables us to coordinate the many moving parts of electrical installation and renovation projects for our commercial customers around the country. We work closely with the leading manufacturers of power distribution equipment, power monitoring and control systems to support electrical construction at office buildings, school facilities, light retail space, and many other commercial projects. While most of our customers are electrical contractors, we also have extensive experience working with construction managers, property owners and end users. Working with our partners, we follow a systematic approach to project management to negotiate, manage, service and complete both large and small/medium projects. We offer technical bills of material, start-up services and after-order servicing.

  • Sustainability and energy management expertise bring your facilities up to the latest standards.
  • Special relationships with manufacturers of medium-voltage (mv) and low-voltage (lv) switchgear lineups give you priority treatment for on-site deliveries.
  • A range of high-value construction services and solutions make us your source for expertise beyond sourcing of switchgear, power distribution and other equipment.

PROBLEMS WE SOLVE

Problem solving is an opportunity for us to do our best by finding better ways to approach your unique project. We work as a team to build momentum, we tackle every challenge along the way, and we visualize our combined success at the end of the road. We do this by providing one of the industry's most comprehensive range of services and solutions backed by our in-depth product expertise.



HUDSON YARDS

SUCCESS STORY

POWERING THE FUTURE

Hudson Yards is the largest development in New York City in almost 100 years; a self-contained neighborhood with residential, office and commercial buildings, shops, restaurants, a creative hub, parks, playgrounds and a school. Two cogeneration plants — with switchgear from Turtle & Hughes — form a smart microgrid, which is designed to keep the complex running, even in the event a power outage.

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTON

SUCCESS STORY

MISSION CRITICAL

One of the world’s largest financial institutions opened a new Mission Critical/Data Center in the New Jersey and needed a package that combined the strengths of three manufacturers to meet rigorous requirements. Turtle & Hughes’ customized solution provides an impressive 20MVA of power and supports our customer’s need for high-speed connectivity, reliability and security.

WORLD TRADE CENTER REDEVELOPMENT

SUCCESS STORY

FROM LOSS TO LIBERTY

The tragic attacks of September 11, 2001 rocked our nation to its core, resulting in an unprecedented level of heartbreak and destruction. Turtle & Hughes had the honor of playing a key role in the rebuilding, providing expertise in power distribution management to Towers One and Four and the World Trade Center Chiller Plant, as well as power distribution and ventilation smoke exhaust systems to the Transportation Hub, and lighting in 14 floors of offices in Tower Four.