This month we kicked off Project Shark. Project Shark is a business adventure that will explore, tear down, rebuild, process, construct, analyze, and grind in an effort to bring the best electrical engineering services to market for our customers and our team. Welcome to our journey!
Developing business and technical processes is a continuous effort but you have to keep grinding. Outsource the processes you don’t do well. Most of the time you don’t see the successes until you look back and see the things that nearly work by themselves.
I’d like to introduce Naga Borra, one of the newest team members of Volta US. He accepted our offer of employment on August 4th, 2016 as Engineer I. Naga started his career as a Software Engineer at Mindtree (multi-national IT services company) right after completing his Bachelor’s Degree in India. He then relocated to the United… Read More
Congratulations on 1 year at Volta US from myself and the other Voltures! Thanks for all that you do.
I’d like to introduce you to one of Volta US’s newest team members, Joel Siken. He accepted our offer of employment on February 25, 2016 as Junior Designer. Joel is originally from Lodi, California and relocated to Phoenix to attend Arizona State University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. When asked why he wanted to go into… Read More
“Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.” Stephen Covey Trust matters. Trust forms the basis of relationships in team environments and is an essential factor for design and construction teams, ownership, and other project stakeholders. During my career I have… Read More
Panelboards are found in nearly every building and facility type. They represent a significant element in power distribution systems and it is common for most professionals and non-professionals to come in contact with them regularly. Panelboards are covered by NEC Art. 408. The typical panelboard consists of the ‘can’, the ‘interior’ or bussing, and ‘circuit breakers.’ Panelboards can… Read More
This is a good article for the non electrical professional because it discusses the basic concepts in a concise manner and has some nice diagrams. Protecting standby generators for mission critical facilities | Consulting-Specifying Engineer.
Three ways to make your outlets (practically) disappear : Architectural Digest.