Northern Electric Completes UW-Oshkosh Clow Hall Renovation

University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh’s Clow Hall exterior

Oshkosh, WI – April 21, 2016 – Northern Electric, Inc. recently completed the University of Oshkosh (UW-Oshkosh) Clow Hall Renovation. The renovation at UW-Oshkosh Clow Hall, classroom and faculty building, consisted of 140,000 square feet of complete demolition and renovation. The 20 month project included installation of a 4,160kV unit substation, power distribution including 32 miles of conduit throughout the building, a 300 kW Kohler generator for emergency power, and new lighting and Fire Alarm systems. This renovation featured (10) classrooms outfitted with state of the art interactive learning technologies, (4) nursing simulation labs complete with audio and video communication, and (2) new 150 student lecture auditoriums with integrated audio and lighting controls. Northern Electric, Inc. worked closely with the State of Wisconsin Department of Facilities Development, the Prime General Contractor The Boldt Company, and dozens of other subcontractors to complete the project on time.

Northern Electric, Inc., headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is the Midwest’s leading commercial, industrial and residential electrical contractor. Since 1992, Northern Electric, Inc. has long provided leading construction services; electrical design, project management, value engineering, highly qualified electricians and electrical services. Recognized as a Women Owned Small Business, Northern Electric, Inc. focuses on extraordinary service by taking a personalized approach to doing business.

The Boldt Company, headquartered in Wisconsin, has 14 offices throughout the United States and is one of the leading sustainable construction firms in the country. The firm provides professional construction services to customers in a variety of industrial, education, healthcare, commercial and renewable energy markets nationwide. The firm has been recognized as one of the safest companies in America.

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