Wellington Power Corporation has been at the forefront of prefabrication for the electrical trade for decades.

In 1995 Wellington was awarded electrical contracts for three Maximum Security Prisons by the Virginia Department of Corrections. Each prison not only utilized concrete pre-cast exterior and interior wall panels, but stringent specifications were mandated to prevent inmates from having access to potentially dangerous material. Installation of electrical material within these pre-cast structures was an obvious obstacle. Prefabrication was the solution.

Over many months prefabricated conduit assemblies were constructed, labeled with specific assembly codes, and then packaged for shipment in a designated prefabrication shop at Wellington’s headquarters. The assemblies were then shipped to the pre-caster’s plant, laid individually into precast molds, and poured in place. Once on the site and erected, Wellington continued the electrical wiring and finish work in the field.

This streamlined procedure provided greater efficiency and control at these correctional facilities, as well as many future complex projects, including:

  • Allegheny County Sanitary Authority Plant Capital Improvement Projects
  • Port Authority of Allegheny County Mount Washington LRT Tunnel
  • Port Authority of Allegheny County North Shore Connector
  • ACAA Greater Pittsburgh International Airport Runway Improvement Projects
  • PennDOT Fort Pitt Bridge and Tunnel Rehabilitation
  • PennDOT Liberty Tunnel Rehabilitation Projects
  • Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge
  • Maryland Intercounty Connector
  • Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Upgrades
  • US Army Corp of Engineers Lock and Dam Improvement Projects
  • United States Postal Service Switchgear Replacement Project
  • UPMC East Hospital
  • Allegheny General Hospital Cancer Center

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