Peck Electric Company is pleased to offer our services to your company. We are based in So Burlington, Vermont and have provided Electrical and Telecommunications service to area businesses for nearly 30 years. Area companies that have made use of our service include, IBM, UPS, Energizer Battery Company, PBM Nutritionals, Ben & Jerry’s, Husky Injection Molding, Fletcher Allen Health Care, University of Vermont and Champlain College. We have worked with most major general contractors throughout the State of Vermont.
Our Electrical division currently employs 50 to 60 people, with training and experience in all aspects of electrical wiring including, but not limited to, residential, commercial and industrial as well as control wiring and logic controllers; high voltage power distribution and lighting. At companies like IBM and Husky we routinely install high tech tools and equipment. Our service department currently runs four vans that handle a variety of tasks, including a 24 hour emergency service. (See attached information)
Our expanding telecom division boasts 20 to 25 employees and growing to meet the needs of VT, Western NH and Northeastern NY. The Peck Data Communications division offers voice, data and fiber optic cable installation for large corporations, small business, residential, etc. Outdoor applications and copper/fiber optic splicing are also offered. Our voice division, All Lines Communication & Communication Connection, offers voice services and phone system installation. AVAYA and Samsung systems offered with Voice Over IP applications. Some of our customers include IBM, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, HUSKY, UVM, Champlain College, GE Healthcare, etc. (See attached information)
As you can see Peck is equipped to take on any project. Our employees and resources allow us to finish projects on time and within budget. Peck Electric takes great pride in treating all projects, regardless of size, with the same attention to detail. We welcome the opportunity to discuss with you an upcoming projects you may have. We give prompt estimates and offer competitive rates.
Eight months ago Peck Electric saw a new trend developing in the Electrical Industry; Solar Photovoltaic Power Systems. Since that time we have taken steps to enter into this area of the market. We can offer you a complete install; beginning with design of the system, the supply and install of both the Electrical and Solar components, as well as training in the use of your new installation. We would be very interested in being given the chance to work on your upcoming project.
Electrical Construction Experience
Patterson Residence Hall, on the campus of the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. This project consisted of the total demolition of a three story, 36,000 square foot residence hall. Electrical upgrades consisted of new power distribution, fire alarm, security and campus wide area computer networking. This project was estimated for a three-month duration and was completed on time. This project is an excellent example of Peck Electric’s ability to complete fast track projects on time and within budget. The General Contractor was Bread Loaf Construction of Middlebury, VT.
Harris/Millis Dinning Hall Expansion on the campus of University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 2006. This project involved demolition of an existing dinning hall and complete refit-up, including all new lighting, power, Fire Alarm system, Public address, Telecom and Security. This Project was fast track (two months) and had a fixed completion date that could not slip. The project was completed on schedule. The General Contractor was Bread Loaf Construction of Middlebury, VT.
University of Vermont Addition and Renovations to 438 College Street Burlington, VT 2006. This project consisted of a 3000 square foot addition and the conversion of 9000 gross square feet of historic residence to house the administrative offices of UVM Arts and Sciences. The work consisted of a completely new Electrical, Telecommunications and Fire Alarm system. All work was done in a way to preserve the historic nature of this over a 100 year old building. The General Contractor on this project was Wright and Morrissey Construction of Burlington VT.
University of Vermont Addition and Renovations Cook Laboratory A322/A323 Renovation 2007. This project consisted of the complete demolition of two existing labs then refit as one complete new lab area. New lighting, receptacles, VFDs, power panels, Telecom and Fire Alarm were installed to complete this project. This project had a very aggressive schedule and was completed on time. The General Contractor on this project was K.J. Construction of Essex VT.
University of Vermont Williams Hall Renovation project 2007. This project consisted of demolition of office space woodworking shop and paint shop. We installed all new lighting power panels, tool drops and receptacles. The fire alarm system was upgraded as well. The General Contractor on this project was Vermont Heat and Ventilation of Winooski VT.
University of Vermont Medplex Renovations. This project is ongoing work directly for UVM Physical Plant (Dorey Gordon) in the HSRF and Given buildings. This work involves the demolition and fit up miscellaneous small lab areas. Work includes new lighting, power, Telecom and Fire Alarm systems.
University of Vermont DeGoesbriand 3rd floor Renovation project 2007. This project consisted of the complete demolition of third floor office space and complete refit-up, including all new lighting, power, Fire Alarm system, Telecom and Security. This Project was fast track as well as having to be done without interrupting regular hospital activities. The project was completed on schedule. The General Contractor was DEW Construction Corp. of Williston VT.
University of Vermont Given Building Physician Offices 2006/2007. This project consited of the demolition and fit for four different physician office areas. Surgical/Oncology, Dermatology, Hematology and Pulmonary. All required new lighting, power, Telecom and Security and Fire Alarm systems. This job required us to work in four phases in an occupied building space and was completed successfully and on time. The Construction Manager was Stewart Construction of Essex VT.
University of Vermont 2004-2005 Given Building 4th floor Hall B Lab renovation Project. This project consisted of demolition and installation of new lighting, power, Telecom and Fire Alarm systems.
Fletcher Allen Health Care Central Sterile Relocation project. This project consisted of the redesign and relocating and of the Central Sterile area. This project had to done in multiple stages in order to keep this area operational at all times. It consisted of demolition of all existing lighting, power, Tel/Data and Fire Alarm, and installing all new. This was a three month project and was completed on time. Total project Price $450,000.00. The Construction Manager was Stewart Construction.
Fletcher Allen Health- New Birthing Center. This Project consisted of the build out of a new birthing center for the Fletcher Allen Health Care. This involved new lighting, power and adding communications wiring in an existing hospital. This project was a fast track project with a 20-week completion schedule. Total Price $750,000. The Construction Manager was Macomber Barton Marlow.
Fletcher Allen Health Care Dorm Conversion. This Project consisted of converting two dorms into office space for Fletcher Allen Health Care. This involved changing lighting, power and adding communications wiring in two buildings three floors each, over a total of 60,000 square feet. This project was a fast track project with a 12-week completion schedule. Total Price $550,000. The Construction Manager was Neagley and Chase Construction.
Burlington Town Square - This project is on going and scheduled to be completed in late 2001. This project requires us to change light fixtures, modify power, and change the Fire Alarm system in an open and active Mall in the City of Burlington. Project Cost $1,000,000; the Construction Manager is Pizzagalli Construction.
Shelburne Village Center - This project required us to rewire a completely gutted school and create office and several Town offices in the building. The project Cost was $425,000. The Construction Manager was Pizzagalli Construction.
Hendey Brothers Expansion Middlebury, VT. This was a design build project that consisted of adding a 12,000 square foot addition to an existing and up and running farm equipment supplier. As part of this project a larger service was added in order to supply power to new addition and incorporate the existing structure. Complete lighting, power and fire alarm systems were designed and installed by Peck Electric. This project was completed on time and within budget. The General Contractor was Bread Loaf Construction of Middlebury, VT.
Husky Injection Molding - New Manufacturing / Office Building. This project consisted of a new building with a total square footage of 230,000 feet. The building contained manufacturing, office, kitchen, and warehouse areas. The project had numerous changes, and was finished on schedule. Project Cost: (Approx. $6,000,000.) The construction manager on this project was Pizzagalli Construction. We currently maintain a crew of 4 to 6 people on site for various ongoing projects.
IBM-Burlington VT. We have supplied over thirty yeas of service to IBM in both Electrical and Communications. Projects range in all sizes from day to day, one to two thousand dollars up to several million dollars. We currently run 20 to 30 people there daily. Project Managers for this work are Pizzagalli Management and Fluor Daniels as well working directly for IBM.
Past projects include:
IBM-Burlington Building 963 Central Utility Plant. This project’s the scope of work was to build a new electrical infrastructure, and upgrade the existing within an operating semiconductor facility. Project Cost: $3,350,000. The Construction Manager is Fluor Daniels.
IBM-Burlington Industrial Waste Treatment Plant. This project consisted of installing high voltage feeders into two new sub-stations, associated secondary feeders from sub-stations to motor control centers, and sub-panels. This project consisted of installing an elaborate control system. We installed an Allen-Bradley PLC System, backed up by a Texas Instrument System. This project was completed on schedule. Project Cost: (Approx. $1,100,000.) The Construction Manager is ADPMarshall.
IBM-Burlington Building 973 Chemical Distribution. This project entailed running several miles of conduit and wire to a new sub-station for future tooling expansion. This project is a super-fast tracked project was completed on time. Project Cost: (Approx. $1,200,000.) The construction manager for this project is ADP Marshall.
Converting Empty Property to Two-Story Office Complex. This project was a super fast track project adding lights, power and communications to a building over a three-month period. Building owner had tenant and needed to retrofit the 150,000 square foot building. Project completed March 2001 Project Price $1,700,000.
Mill River Union High School, N. Clarendon, Vermont. This project consisted of three additions to the school, including a new gymnasium, band & choral theater and science labs. This project was estimated for a nine-month duration and was completed on schedule. Project cost: $335,000.00. The General Contractor was Wright Construction of Mt. Holly, VT.
Gateway Square Office Complex, Burlington, Vermont. This project consisted of the electrical construction of a six story, 66,000 square foot office building. Peck Electric Co. did all of the electrical design and installation for this project, including power distribution, fire alarm and security. This project was estimated for a seven-month duration and was completed on schedule. Project cost: $450,000.00. The General Contractor/Owner is ICV Construction of Burlington, VT.
Boulder Hill Residential Homes Shelburne Vt. This project consisted of the wiring of new houses in this new 35 home development. House prices raged from $ 450,000.00 to $900,000.00. The Project Manager was Sterling Construction Inc.
Composite Deployment Training Facility at the Vermont Air National Guard South Burlington VT. This project consisted of the complete construction of a 10,200 square foot training facility (Building 90), which included Electrical, Telecommunication, Fire alarm and Security. It also includes renovations (10,000 SF) and two additions (6,200SF) to Building 150. This work included selective demolition and the installation of new Electrical, Telecommunication, Fire Alarm and Security Systems. We also installed a new High Expansion Foam fire Suppression System in the aircraft hanger area in Building 150 and 360. All work was performed during the Air Base’s normal operating conditions. Project cost: $750,000.00. The General Contractor on this project was E. F. Wall & Associates, Inc.