Work Methodology — Civil / Electrical / Power related works
         Having secured the work (obtained work order from the client, we prepare shop drawing of the construction project and get it approved from  Consultant/Client
         (if a new project); or obtain layouts and drawing of an existing system, in case if maintenance, modification  or remodeling is required.
         Having been acquainted with the site’s location and terrain and the demand and scope of works and services, we deploy suitable number  of  skilled  workers
         led by qualified Engineer or works supervisor along with required quantity of tools and tackles, as the case may be.
         The bill of material is prepared by office staff for onward dispatch to the site  If  the  scope  of  works  cover  supply  and  installation, otherwise  the  same is 
         demanded from the client .
         While the material is under arrangement the team at site marks the layouts, do necessary, drilling, excavations, chiseling and  cutting  and  allied civil works.
         The staff strength at site varies according to the demand and schedule of works . 
         The agreed work schedule is strictly followed up to the completion and handing over.
         However maintenance works involve detailing of qualified technicians at site with adequate tools/tackles & sufficient quantity of spares (lamps, fixtures, wires,
         conduits, switches, sockets, fuses etc ..) to meet the emergent needs 
Since Electrical maintenance of Generators, UPS, HVAC systems, lifts and elevators and other switchgear is the upkeep and preservation of equipment and systems that supply electricity to a residential, industrial or commercial building and facilitate end users with the comfort of living, its operational capacity, availability round the clock is of prime importance to us , a close watch on its performance is kept by maintaining these systems routinely.
         The work is commonly performed on a schedule based on the age of the building, the complexity of the electrical system or on an as-needed basis in accord-
         ance with contractual obligations.
         The main areas of general electrical maintenance commonly include the power outlets and surge protectors, generators and  lighting  systems. These supply
         sources are checked for structural integrity  as well as internal stability.  The  maintenance  plan  normally  includes  the  regular  replacement  of  burned out
         fluorescent and incandescent lights, power sockets, fan dimmers etc.
Preventive maintenance is also generally part of a building’s upkeep. This plan ordinarily includes the scheduled inspection of large systems & equipment by a professional electrician. The purpose of these periodic assessments is to fix small problems before they escalate into large ones. This is particularly important at plants, hospitals and factories that heavily rely on these systems for daily operations.
         Electrical generators, switches and circuit breakers are regularly checked for solid connections and intact wiring. If flaws are discovered, electricians normally
         make repairs.
         Depending on the condition of the wiring,  repairs are typically made by splicing wires together. In some situations, they are encased in  metal  tubing  called
         conduit to protect them from wear. Keeping the wiring in good shape ensures a consistent flow of power to heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.
To guarantee the steady, uninterrupted flow of electricity to buildings/ sites, electrical maintenance is ordinarily performed by experienced Electricians. These maintenance electricians normally have building specifications, wiring and equipment diagrams, and blueprints at their disposal to make sure they inspect all areas.
They typically use a variety of hand tools, including hand drills, pliers, wire cutters, screwdrivers, knives and conduit benders. Voltage, amps and ohm meters are commonly used in the maintenance operations.
If there are specific areas of concern in a building’s electrical system, the maintenance crew may use specialized testing methods and equipment to isolate the problem. Power transformers are commonly analyzed as well as substation components and the construction of the site’s transformers. The testing procedures generally require a good understanding of switchgears and system design to comprehend how all of the electrical system elements interrelate.
We want to help you achieve your utility and energy cost-reduction goals. By customizing our Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Services option, we can stabilize or lower your overall utility expenses. Our goal is to implement utility best practices that will maximize efficiency in the face of rising energy costs.
We, as the maintenance contractor will pay particular attention to:
a) The provision and maintenance of equipment and systems of work that are safe and without risks to health;
b) Arrangements for ensuring safety and absence of risks to health in connection with the use, handling, storage and transport of articles and substances.
c) The provision of such information, instruction, training and supervision as is necessary to ensure the health and safety at work of the employees;
d) The maintenance of any place of work under the employers control in a condition which is safe and without risks to health (including access to and egress from);
e) The provision and maintenance of a working environment for employees that is safe, without risks to health and adequate as regards facilities and arrange- ments for their welfare at work.
We shall conduct our business so as to ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, that people other than employees (e.g. business partners, customers, employees of contractors, visitors, members of the public) who could be affected are not exposed to health or safety risks.
In order to comply with our obligations this involves:
1. Hazard identification - identifying significant hazards which by definition have the potential to cause injury, harm or property damage.
2. Risk assessment - assessing the risk which may arise from hazards
3. Placement of barriers, warning tags etc at the site under construction/maintenance.
         Reports / Record keeping 
In order to apprise the client with the status of works and services rendered at site , the maintenance schedules duly filled and updated from time to time are prepared and submitted. These includes but not limited to following:
1) Earthings inspection and results report
2) Cables insulation ( Magger test ) reports
3) Lighting accessories change/replace schedules.
4) UPS maintenance report
5) Generators / Solar Power Systems integrity test reports
6) Air conditioning Systems maintenance reports.
7) Fire Alarm System maintenance and test reports.
8) Cube test reports obtained from Soil testing laboratories ( for Civil works)