ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

New technology can bring amazing benefits to your school, institution or buildings, but you have to be able to integrate it with your existing structure and understand the way it will be used into the future. KFI Engineers (KFI) sends all electrical engineers to train on how schools, universities and office buildings are utilizing the newest technologies for learning and work. We don’t just plan and install the equipment; we help you optimize the way your investment in technology will be used.

We know what’s new in lighting and how to connect it to existing systems. Lighting technologies can significantly reduce not only your energy costs, but also your maintenance costs. We can implement lighting systems that use sensors for daylight harvesting—causing the lights to dim when there’s enough daylight to illuminate your facility and brighten again as the sun goes down. We are also experienced in centralized controls for one building or multiple buildings that you can manage over the Internet to ensure there’s adequate lighting without wasting power.

Our clients appreciate our ability to design systems that will keep them up and running even during periods of unstable power supply. We’ve created backup systems for entire campuses, core IT, data rooms and critical facilities including healthcare and clean manufacturing. For clean rooms, we can install lighting that is as bright as you require. We design systems that are easy to expand as you grow, and we’ll help you understand how your power requirements will develop and change.

We can help you navigate the choices of high performance systems, budgetary needs, long-term durability and flexibility for future expansion. We are experts at integrating energy systems into the existing building envelope and upgrading current systems.

Our expertise includes:

  • Reliable power distribution
  • Power distribution modification
  • Medium and low voltage design
  • Lighting systems and data systems
  • Specialty lighting for auditoriums and museums
  • Controls to manage fire and life safety systems
  • Consistent power for healthcare and other critical delivery facilities
  • Emergency power systems
  • Daylighting and daylight harvesting
  • Integrated IT systems including networking infrastructure