Sachs Civil crews are a valuable resource for the management, engineering and completion of electrical work. Outside construction and civil work is completed with the specialized equipment and labor requirements available for industrial sites, power plants, commercial sites, institutions, airports, chemical companies, sports lighting, and retail facilities.
Sachs Civil is a cost-effective resource for trenching, excavating, pre-cast manholes, pole bases, and specialized excavations required in duct bank construction through rock, concrete and asphalt. Ready accessibility to excavating and boring equipment enable the rapid completion of projects involving special stipulations and time constraints. Projects requiring excavation, shoring, backfill and restoration work are partnered with electrical construction. Projects consist of civil construction for underground services, concrete foundations and bases, switchgear pads, substation work and general site work.
The modernization of airport runway and taxiway lighting systems is another unique service Sachs Civil offers. In conjunction with Sachs Electric, crews install and maintain various in-ground lighting systems that improve aircraft guidance and safety.
Sachs Civil is on line to complete a $13 million segment of the new runway expansion and electrical modifications at the Lamber–St. Louis International Airport. The existing runway/taxi lighting systems will soon be integrated with the new runway/taxiway lighting systems. In early 2006, both lighting systems will be controlled together and working in tandem. These projects will provide safety upgrades for all airfield activities, as well as reduce future power consumption and maintenance costs.