Village of Arlington Heights Municipal Complex, ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL
Reliable, efficient government operations, single-source service, compliance with life safety codes, improved productivity of municipal employees, capacity to meet expanding electrical needs of a growing city’s government.
Equip a new municipal building with state-of-the-art electrical and other services to support key governmental functions.
For this project, Gibson provided a complete electrical installation for a four-story, 77,000-square-foot municipal complex. In addition to 3,000-ampere service, a generator with transfer switches and a complete power/distribution system, the company installed 2,000 lighting fixtures, site lighting and a lighting control system. The scope of work also included voice/data and fire alarm systems, and electrical service to the building’s clock tower.
The Village of Arlington Heights is about 20 miles northeast of Chicago. It is home to approximately 76,000 people. The new Village Hall replaced a cramped, inefficient structure built in the 1960s. The building’s electrical system supports Arlington Heights’ building and planning, engineering, finance, health, human resources and legal departments, as well as the village boardroom, mayor’s office, manager’s office and community meeting rooms.