electrical engineering

Electrical Engineering

Designing safe, reliable systems

The primary objective for any owner of an electrical distribution system is to ensure that users have continuous access to safe, dependable power.  A reliable, efficient power infrastructure provides the energy your business needs to conduct business – from delivering healthcare or educational services to providing utility or industrial services.

At Industrial Technology Group, we understand the complexity of power systems and the responsibility owners face to provide service to a large number of users.  We have assisted a wide variety of clients with a range of specialized power needs, and we bring that professional knowledge and experience to work for you.

Engineering expertise and experience

When you need to install a new electrical substation, revise your existing distribution system or perform load flow analysis, Industrial Technology Group is your partner.  With our diverse experience, we can solve your power system needs.

Our team works closely with each client to assess needs, establish and maintain project budget and scheduling and coordinate shutdown and cutover schedules to minimize disruption to the facility.  This collaborative approach combined with our industry knowledge and technical expertise, including access to state-of-the-art power analysis software, allow us to provide a complete range of services, including:


  • Transformers
  • Protective Devices
  • Gas-Insulated Switchgear (GIS)
  • Protective Relays and Controls
  • Ground Grids
  • Lightning Protection
  • Site Selection
  • Foundation Design
  • Steel Structures
  • Equipment and Construction Specifications
  • Economic Evaluations
  • Supervisory, Control and DataAcquisition (SCADA)
Distribution Systems

  • Cable Specifications
  • Cable Procurement
  • Transformers and Services
  • Underground Ductbanks
  • Poles and O.H. Lines
  • Capacitor Application
  • Lightning Protection
  • Industrial Distribution Systems
  • System Modeling
  • Forecasting and Planning

Transmission Lines

  • Compact Line Design
  • Line Insulation
  • Cable Specifications
  • Cable Procurement
Power Generating Stations

  • PLC Control SystemsV
  • DCS Control Systems
  • Plant Electrical Systems
  • Environmental MonitoringSystems (CEMS)

Engineering Studies

  • Load Flow Analysis
  • Fault Studies
  • Coordination Studies
  • Transient Stability Analysis
  • Underground Raceway SystemAnalysis
  • Growth and Planning Analysis
  • Utility Grid Contingency andImpact Studies

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