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EMCOR Group subsidiary, Dynalectric, wins San Pedro ATSAC project

The EMCOR Group Inc has announced that its Dynalectric Los Angeles subsidiary has received a contract from the Los Angeles Department of Public Works for the installation of electrical systems for the San Pedro Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control (ATSAC) project in San Pedro, California. The project for is scheduled for completion in November 2010 and is one of 36 geographical phases of the ATSAC project, which encompass the entire city of Los Angeles.

Dynalectric’s scope of work for the San Pedro project includes an upgrade or replacement of 64 traffic signal controllers, including various modifications to existing traffic signal poles, gear, and wiring at all locations. The company will be installing over 29km (18 miles) of underground conduits and fiber-optic cables, as well as 13 video surveillance cameras and loop detectors for automobile and bus traffic, video and data communication equipment. It will also be installing electrical systems for a refurbished communication hub building.

In addition, Dynalectric will be responsible for the installation of hardware and the integration of software for a citywide computer controlled traffic signal system for the San Pedro ATSAC phase. “This is a very exciting project for the city of Los Angeles and we are thrilled to be a part of it,” says Chris Pesavento, president and CEO of Dynalectric. “We maintain our excellent reputation by consistently meeting the needs of our clients and, as is so often the case, the results of our work will impact on the daily lives of all of us for years to come.”

 

November 13, 2009

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