Monday, July 27, 2009

Palmer Electric wins contract to upgrade Hunter's Creek Middle School in metro Orlando

WINTER PARK, Fla.,— The special projects division of Palmer Electric Company has secured a $600,000 contract for upgrades to Hunter's Creek Middle School located in south Orange County, Fla.

Under its contract with general contractor Williams Company, Palmer is providing the electrical work for a new heating ventilating and air conditioning system, and is installing cabling to network the existing nine-building campus.

According to Palmer Electric’s Manager of Special Projects Ron Howard, (top right photo) the fast track project is scheduled for completion in 40 days.

Orange County Public Schools is the owner. The general contractor is the Williams Company of Orlando, Fla. SGM Engineering Inc. of Orlando Fla., is providing electrical engineering.

Built in 1994, Hunter's Creek Middle School is located on 25-acres in south Orange County, Fla. The nine-building campus totals 158,711-square-foot of space for administration, cafeteria/auditorium, information/media center and classrooms.
Palmer Electric Company is a provider of electrical contracting for commercial, institutional and residential customers. Additionally, the Company provides service and repairs to utilities, businesses and consumers.

Founded in 1951, the Company is headquartered in Winter Park, Fla., and has residential division offices in Lakeland and Jacksonville, Fla. The Company employs a staff of 350.
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