Our dedicated 2,000-square-foot prefabrication facility, which has an additional 1,000 square feet of warehouse space for assembly use, enables us to say “yes” to some of the most complex and exacting fabrication projects and enables us to save you time and money.
Dynalectric's prefabrication shop has been in full operation for over seven years, servicing projects ranging from $10,000 to $25 million. Our full-time Prefab Manager has over 30 years of construction experience and manages a dedicated prefabrication team whose sole responsibility is to identify and build custom assemblies that improve efficiency, productivity, and safety.
- fixtures and fixture support
- prewire panels and transformers
- large quantities of conduit bends ranging from 1/2" - 6"
- pre-thread GRC
- seal tight whips for data center applications
- transformer and panel support welding
- prewire office space MC cable and device boxes
- underground conduit welded racks, feeders, and stubup
- duct bank feeders
Each project is reviewed for new fabrication applications and these are implemented based on specific job requirements and capabilities. We are always looking to expand our experience and our facility capabilities to better serve you.
In our experience, our prefabrication shop has saved customers between 25-30% on labor alone for these assemblies. In addition, this approach can reduce the number of electricians on-site by 10-15%, thus reducing the impact of trade stacking, labor congestion, quantity of tools, and amount of debris while also increasing safety and site productivity.
Having a prefabrication shop as a part of your construction team can save time and money—and we have the experience to back up that claim.
For a data center project, our prefab services were utilized for temporary power panels, over 1,000 feet of underground ductbanks, 420 overhead conduit racks/hangers, and 175 equipment whips averaging 75 feet each. The calculated labor savings for this work was $85,000.
And for a commuter rail maintenance facility, our prefab shop built 80% of the underground conduit rough-in, all devices, telecom stub ups in the walls, and prewired power panels on strut racks with terminal strips for all branch circuit wiring. To date, this project has realized an estimated savings of $40,000 in labor costs.