We work hand-in-hand with a diverse client portfolio to provide end-to-end energy efficient solutions with reliable products and services. Our portfolio of clients continues to expand as does our products and service solutions.
United Airlines had an SRS (Storage Retrieval System) line break down in its San Francisco Terminal due to an obsolete VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) failure. Months of failed fixes plagued the project until Crescent Electric's Gary Tudor came to the rescue over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Less is more when it comes to being energy efficient and code compliant on a firm budget. That's why the Isole Power Strip is for you.
WattStopper's IDP-3050-A is a solution that helps your facility comply with and effortlessly manage plug load control requirements—without breaking the bank. We'll share a few ways you can reduce the power consumed from your plugged-in loads.
Over the last year, Crescent Electric Supply Company has worked with the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium located in Dubuque, IA. Providing upgraded LED lighting and VFDs, the museum has become more efficient, and the fish happier than ever.
The Waterloo Crescent Electric team has worked closely with the Waterloo Tyson Fresh Meats Facility since 2012 to consistently evolve their facility with a series of improvements. Here's a flashback to May 13th 2016, when Senator Joni Ernst visited the Waterloo Tyson Fresh Meats Facility and walked through the plant with Crescent Electric employees.
After two years of one problem after another, Cheyenne, Wyoming's VA Medical Center sign needed an update. Crescent Electric worked with their local GE representative to present a brand-new solution: new GE Lighting Linefit LEDs that can revive any T12HO fluorescent sign.
Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, has spent the last few years going through a massive renovation. Progress had been carrying on at a brisk pace, but within the past few months preparation turned into a dead sprint; several electrical contractors were on the project and time was of the essence to get everything finished by opening day.