- 2012 Arthur T. Everham Safety Award
- Member DCA, PLCA, MEA
- OQ Compliant through NCCER, Veriforce, MEA
Our electrical construction projects are varied and spread all over the upper midwest. MWC is placing fiber both aerial, and underground. The fiber is then being spliced into networks for the purpose of controlling valves, motors, transformers and other devices. Optical multiplexers and SCADA are used to route signals and control devices.
Other projects include instrument tubing for gas sensors and motor sensors, and all types of wiring, including industrial wiring, conduit placement, overhead cable tray placement and control wiring. Voltages range from 48 volt DC to 4200 volt three phase AC.
Crews take great pride in their work and their safety. Our customers include electric utilities, oil pipelines, stations, natural gas pipelines, meter and regulation stations. Our electricians are knowledgable in the areas of power wiring, telecommunications wiring, motor controls, valve actuators, telemetry, SCADA, optical networks, fiber optic cable placement and fiber optic cable splicing. The following photos show the variety of work we are engaged in:
Cable tray construction (L). Control wiring (R)
Panel wiring (L). Crowded conduits (R)
Tubing runs (L). Instrumentation (R).
Splicing fiber optic cable
Wiring motor controls
Threading conduit (L), for installation (R)
Installing upgrades to DC power and control system in a substation
Your projects are important to us. Civil, mechanical, electric, we will complete your project in a safe, professional manner.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
A legacy of responsibility.
For over 60 years, we have built an environment within our company where safety is everyone’s responsibility. In all phases of every project, we accept nothing less than an accident-free jobsite. We believe that having a safe workplace leads to a productive workplace, and we’re dedicated to having the highest level of protection for our employees, our customers and the general public.Learn More
- 1.5 million miles of pipeline constructed
- 1,500 pump, compressor & meter stations built
- 7.6 million feet of gas distribution lines
- 120,000 man hours per year of integrity work