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Location: Ontario
Project Type: Power & Distribution
Industry: Construction

Trinity Delivers High Quality Equipment for Construction Site Contractor

In order for a contractor to do great work for their clients, they need high quality equipment. Missing parts, slower-than-predicted delivery and poor maintenance not only affect a project’s timeline – they impact a contractor’s reputation.

With that reality in mind, our recent client, a company specializing in general contracting and project management as well as electrical and instrumentation services, was looking for a temporary power partner that shares their commitment to quality and exceptional customer service.

Operating in Ontario since 1979, this client has a longstanding reputation for great work in their industry, and they wanted to keep it that way.

When their customer in the construction industry needed temporary power for a site’s laydown yard, our client wanted to provide high quality equipment, and they wanted to do it seamlessly and efficiently.

They came to Trinity Power.

All of our equipment is maintained to the highest standard and undergoes rigorous QA testing before shipment, to ensure that installation is safe and efficient. And our dedication to High Touch, High Care customer service gives our clients peace of mind knowing their project, and their reputation, are in good hands.

As soon as the call came in, the Trinity team worked quickly to locate the equipment needed to power the construction site’s office trailers, lunch trailer and wash car.

We sourced and delivered an 80kW 120/208V generator connected with 10 feet of 4/0 camlok cable to a 400A 600V distribution panel with multiple I-line breakers. As the project progresses, an additional generator and distribution equipment might be required, which Trinity will provide on an as-needed basis.

The equipment was delivered without delay, allowing the installation to pass inspection and to be energized on time, and with minimal hassle to our client or theirs

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