IFS

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

Consistent, predictable pricing and all materials arrive on one truck, in one shipment further reducing carbon footprint

Contractually fixed pricing and on time jobsite delivery during the first week of construction.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

When field change orders do occur, WR Controls provides the parts at contract job cost, saving $$$

WR Controls’ review prior to ordering switchgear and resolving issues with the Electrical Engineer helps to prevent field change orders.

Loose Systems

Contractors rely on field change orders to add extra profit to their projects, thus costing additional money
Contractor may recognize issues on the bid documents but may wait for clarification in the field resulting in a changer order to customer.
Inconsistent pricing and often multiple deliveries increases material handling and possibility for lost or damaged material.

Price is current market value and delivery depends on many variables.

Contractor must receive and mount back boxes, receive and install interiors and conduit, pull wire and terminate, greatly increasing construction time.

Boxes, interiors and trims often ship separately and require much longer installation time.

Facilities' improper storage of materials on top of transformers and ceiling mounted transformers drive up installation costs and risk of injury.

Loose transformers installed on the floor or in the ceiling increases installation labor and materials.

Variations in installing contractors mean variations in installation methods and interpretation of codes which sometimes doesn't lline up with the inspecting authority's opinion, resulting in failed inspections.

These issues are usuall discovered during inspections and can delay store opening and sometimes generate costly change orders.

Improperly made terminations can result in premature equipment failure and risk of fire or injury.

Field installed conductors and terminations are often never tested or properly torqued by the installing contractor.

Installation methods are left up to the installing contractor which does not provide any degree of consistency from store to store.

Loose installations require 50% more wall and floor space and no consistency of installation from project to project.

Article 250, Grounding and Bonding, of the NEC is one of the largest and most complex installation codes, and is a major cause for failed inspections.

Increases contractor labor and material costs.

Back to the 4 x 8 sheet of plywood mounted in the back room with a hodge podge of component equipment installed by contractors, increasing cost.

Provisions must be made in the field for installation of all pone, data, HVAC, POS, music systems etc. This space will need to be created.

Contractors rely on field change orders to add extra profit to their projects, thus costing additional money
Contractor may recognize issues on the bid documents but may wait for clarification in the field resulting in a changer order to customer.