Arvada, CO, September 14, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Ackerman Engineering, Inc. is proud to announce that the consulting firm is now in its 15th year of business. Their diverse work in lighting and electrical design can be found everywhere from educational institutions to state parks and prisons; the company’s most recent project involved remodeling and rewiring Johnson & Wales University’s 129-year old Centennial Hall, which re-opened last week as the new campus hub.
Previous projects have included electrical design for 81,000 square feet of expansions to the Boulder County Justice Center, upgrading Warren Tech to better accommodate welding and technology programs, and lighting design for the Buena Vista Correctional Facility. Among other projects, the firm is currently working with Chatfield State Park on campground electricity and holiday lighting for the Westminster City Center Plaza.
“We are delighted to be able to provide Colorado with superior and sustainable systems. From our schools and hospitals to our businesses and ballparks, electricity is in everything we do,” explained Founder Don J. Ackerman. Both Ackerman and Lighting Designer Helen Reschl are LEED AP certified professionals and members of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). For more information on Ackerman Engineering, Inc. visit www.aeiconsulting.com or call 303-278-7297.
About Ackerman Engineering, Inc.
Ackerman Engineering, Inc. is a full-service engineering firm specializing in electrical and lighting system design. Founded in 2000, the company offers a customer-service focused approach to a variety of projects, including fire and security alarm systems, back-up power generation, and telecommunications and intercom infrastructure. Notable clients include JeffCo Public Schools, the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC), the Boulder County Architect's Division, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. For more information on Ackerman Engineering, Inc., please call 303-278-7297 or visit aeiconsulting.com.