Recently completed project in New Albany, Indiana. Custom Plywood is a manufacturer of architectural custom plywood products since 1991 and we were honored with being selected to provide electrical services for the construction of their new building. We worked with AML on the building shell and equipment installation for Custom Plywood. Provided all new LED lighting, electrical service, power connections to equipment and office space build out.
Recently wrapped up construction of Ramsey Storage Facility in New Albany, Indiana. Abtech Electrical Services provided new electrical service, new LED indoor lighting, outdoor LED lighting, power connections to HVAC and equipment.
Enjoy new photos of a LED replacement performed at St Mary's Catholic Church in New Albany, Indiana. Abtech Electrical swapped out the existing downlights inside the chapel with new energy efficient LED downlights.
Abtech recently completed the renovation for the new MXD Process facility in Jeffersonville, Indiana. This renovation involved all new LED lighting, power to system furniture, new electrical wiring and power to equipment in their manufacturing space.
View this link to take an inside peek at our latest project. Abtech was proud to provide new lighting, power and data for this office and manufacturing facility in Jeffersonville.
Enjoy the photos of our newly completed office renovation in Brownsboro Park, Louisville, KY. Our electricians reworked office spaces and conference rooms to put in new LED lighting and power to provide a fresh, clean look to the office.
Abtech recently completed the new building for Skyler Trucking in Sellersburg, Indiana.
The project was a new ground up construction with WPC Company as the general contractor. Abtech provided LED lighting, power, and a 400 amp service.
Abtech completed a lighting replacement for Lanesville School by replacing over 800 light fixtures with new energy efficient LED fixtures. Abtech enjoyed working with Coupe Construction and Kovert Hawkins Architects on this project.
We recently gave a tour of Logan Street Market to eight students of Waggener High School IT Academy. We discussed with them the electrical challenges faced on the job, traits we look for in future employees, and answered any questions they had about the profession.