This pier lighting project demanded corrosion-resistant conduit strong enough for brackish saltwater as well as a product that could make a challenging water installation easier. Read how lightweight, durable fiberglass conduit saved time and money.
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Pittsburgh’s Seventh Street/Andy Warhol Bridge was undergoing a major overhaul with one major request – custom conduit in the Aztec Yellow representing the city’s major sports franchises.
Our client, a tech company known for leading-edge solutions, was designing a new data center.
Our client, Mass Electric Construction, secured the electrical infrastructure contract for the Elizabeth River Crossing, which had taken on a 99-year contract for The Elizabeth River Tunnels.
Cable and copper theft were a major problem for this Southeast TX utility—to the tune of nearly 10,000 feet a month. See how Champion worked with them to develop fiberglass pole risers that protect their assets from would-be copper thieves.
Fed from the torrent waters of the Niagara River – and powered by the convergence of Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls – Niagara Falls features the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world with a vertical drop of more than 165 feet.
With more than 50,000 students on campus, Texas A&M University has massive electrical infrastructure needs, and they frequently need to work on a deadline.
The Midtown Tunnel connects Norfolk and Portsmouth, VA, and crosses the main channel of the Elizabeth River, providing a vital transportation corridor for more than a million vehicles every month.
With over four decades of operation, the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is the fifth-busiest heavy rail rapid transit system in the United States.
This project’s harsh saline environment, exposure to UV rays, and rough weather called for a conduit product that could offer protection, a light weight, and savings.