Engineering & System Design
Decades of Experience Building Electrical Systems
Engineering plays an important role in the successful and accurate completion of any electrical system project. With more than 50 years of experience in electrical services, Pro Power Services can help you design and engineer your new project, whether you are building, adding, or changing your electrical system loads.
Our electrical professionals want to make sure your power system will be designed to meet the demands of the environment it is in, as well as the needs of current and future loads.
World-Class Services and Extensive Project Knowledge
We provide several services involved in system engineering and design, including:
- Add equipment and correct issues with existing systems.
- Provide calculations for load, T-24 lighting, voltage drop, and fault current.
- Provide panel schedules and coordination studies for setting breaker trip characteristics.
- Engineer plant/shop relocation and commercial/industrial construction
Los Angeles Commercial & Industrial Professionals
The skilled electricians at PPS have completed more than 200 projects in industrial and commercial settings. We work with Los Angeles businesses to ensure their equipment meets city standards, and we take the same level of care and quality expectation with our network installation and system designs. We continue to proudly serve Los Angeles with our extensive knowledge and world-class service.
Contact our Montrose electricians with your questions and explore your system engineering and design options today!
We do not want any one else to service our facility.- Mike B.
I have seen many projects and Pro Power's installations are consistently the best I have seen.- Jesus E., Department of Water and Power
You and your staff are great to work with and the service you provide is second to none.- Steve C.
Their knowledge is unparalleled and they seem to be intrigued by conquering any challenge!- Mark
I would recommend Pro Power Services for any Data Center or general power needs.- Chris Livanos, Chief Information Officer, MPTF