CFR Engineering

engineering design services for the building industry

Our services include the design of new systems for new construction projects and the modification or upgrade of existing systems for renovation projects. CFR’s electrical engineering services include:

Design of electrical distribution systems including:

  • Medium and Low Voltage systems
  • Lightning protection and specialized grounding systems
  • Standby and Emergency power systems including generators and UPSs
  • Audio and visual systems
  • Fire alarm and Mass notification systems

Analysis services including:

  • Site surveys
  • Facility assessments
  • Power System Studies
    • Short Circuit
    • Coordination
    • Arc Flash
    • Motor Starting
  • Single Point of Failure Analysis

Architectural Lighting Design

Our services include the design of new systems for new construction projects and the modification or upgrade of existing systems for renovation projects. CFR’s lighting design services include but are not limited to:

Design of lighting systems including:

  • Interior lighting systems including feature spaces
  • Specialty lighting designs for unique spaces
  • Complex control systems
  • Exterior Lighting system including parking, site and façade lighting

Analysis services including:

  • Lighting Load Calculations
  • Photometric Lighting Calculations
  • Energy Savings Calculations
  • Full Color Renderings

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VA Medical Centers | Arc Flash Analysis and Electrical Study, Multiple Locations, MD

VA Medical Centers | Arc Flash Analysis and Electrical Study, Multiple Locations, MD

The general scope of work is to provide electrical system studies for the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs) at three (3) locations; VA Medical Center, Loch Raven VA Outpatient Clinic, and Ft. Meade CA CBOC. CFR is providing a complete short circuit, coordination and arc flash study including voltage drop calculations on the entire electrical systems (both normal and emergency) at each VAMC site. Each study begins at the incoming utility electrical service and emergency generators and continues through to each branch circuit panelboard, motor control center or motor control panel in each building. The total square footage of medical centers to be studied is approximately 736,134 SF.