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For more than 46 years, Intermountain Electric has built itself up as a clear choice for developing and completing a wide range of electrical engineering, procurement and construction projects.
Specializing in utility and renewable operations that include solar, wind, battery storage, transmission & distribution, substations, switchyards and sophisticated electrical wiring operations has placed IME in a league of its own.
IME has grown from a small operation to a large-scale electric corporation, expanding our geographic footprint throughout the United States.
With SAFETY, TRUST and QUALITY as our guiding principles, IME will continue growing as an electrical powerhouse.
IME has made safety its number one priority by promoting a safe and healthy working environment and believes the safety of all employees is a shared responsibility on all levels of the organization. By empowering every individual within our team with a “see something, do something” philosophy, IME collectively remains alert at improving processes, securing work environments, and adding safety to all aspects of our operations and functionality.
IME thoroughly inspects and tests for problems, consults with you on the course of action that works best for your project and makes necessary adjustments so that projects are completed in a timely manner. Your trust and peace of mind is paramount in making Intermountain Electric a success.
IME enforces the Zero Defect Continuous Improvement Program to safeguard projects that are developed, designed and constructed to Tier 1 Standards. We regularly use improvement programming for worker training to ensure we meet Zero Defect goals.
Our team of technicians and electrical engineers specialize in renewables such as solar, wind, battery storage, transmission & distribution, substation equipment and substation construction, making IME a top choice to tackle any commercial or industrial electrical project.
Intermountain Electric specializes in complex, client-focused industrial construction services across the United States. Our team of managers and field experts are here to help you achieve your facility’s goals in a cost-effective and timely manner.
Intermountain Electric offers large-scale electrical construction services for commercial, industrial, mission-critical, and other industries. From preconstruction to maintenance, you can count on Intermountain Electric to be with you through every step of your construction project.
Intermountain Electric has installed substations and power lines, constructed infrastructure and brought technology to places that lack connectivity. Our skills in this area are an asset to those with industrial and commercial power line needs. As an industry leader in transmission and distribution, our expertise allows Intermountain Electric to handle any type and any size of line work.
Our project teams at Intermountain Electric have extensive experience in the field of solar and wind energy design along with battery storage construction. We’ve earned a reputation for being a leader of excellence in providing civil, mechanical and electrical engineering solutions in the renewable energy industry.
Intermountain Electric has been a leader in electrical design and construction in the United States since 1975. From the planning stages to engineering and commissioning, our turnkey organization’s electric capabilities are endless.
Our comprehensive operations and maintenance electrical services ensure our clients’ renewable projects operate at the highest possible level of performance. Our SCADA and telephony experts are prepared to outfit any O&M operation or data center.
Through research and development strategies, IME makes it a priority to understand the needs of our clients and the requirements for their projects and strives to construct the project accordingly.
Over the last 46 years, IME has specialized in electrical engineering, design, commissioning and electrical installations for industrial and commercial facilities.
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Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition is an IME specialty for wireless communication and file transfer to allow control of processes from remote locations.
With a high degree of reliability, IME experts are able to install industrial computers capable of running programs without interruption in a 24/7/365 environment.
IME assures correct installation and attention to vital factors, such as location and electrical connections, for motors up to 4160v.
IME offers a comprehensive range of construction/project site testing services with various specialized disciplines and electrical techniques.
IME’s commitment to our clients includes calibration and testing services in accordance with the highest quality standards.
IME procedures, equipment and personnel certifications are verified for compliance, as well as our manufacturing and inspection processes.
IME is equipped to supply and install any industrial or commercial building with emergency power backup systems, including emergency transfer.
IME has the skills, training and experience to expertly handle all conduit, circuit and electrical wiring for any industrial facility.
IME properly analyzes your commercial facility, your needs and the most current means available in electrical technology to ensure maximum productivity, system distribution and use of the power structure.
IME properly analyzes your commercial facility, your needs, & the most current means available in electrical technology to ensure maximum productivity and the most efficient system distribution and use of the power structure.
IME systems allow operators, engineers, supervisors and CEOs of industrial facilities to visualize, control and analyze plant floor data in order to make decisions about improving processes.
IME offers installation and service of fire alarm, access control, CCTV and security systems for commercial/industrial facilities and applications.
Electrical engineering is the branch of engineering involving the technology of electricity, specifically the design and utilization of circuitry and equipment for power generation and distribution, machine control, and communications. The advent of the modern age is marked by the introduction of electricity to homes, businesses, and industry, all of which were made possible by electrical engineers.
Since latter half of the 19th century, the field of electrical engineering has expanded and branched out into numerous subcategories. At Intermountain Electric, our electrical engineers specialize in renewable energy, communications, and transmission and distribution line work.
Transmission & Distribution (T&D) refers to the different stages of transporting electricity over poles and wires from generators to a home or a business. The main difference between the two is the voltage level at which electricity moves in each stage.
Transmission lines serve to connect power plants to substations, which can run electricity over vast distances at a high voltage, ranging from 69 kV to 765 kV. A unique feature of transmission lines is that they are bi-directional, allowing for a balanced power grid.
Distribution lines have lower voltages, ranging from 4kV to 69kV, and are used to bring electricity from substations to your home or business. The lines are smaller and cover shorter distances. Compared to transmission lines, distribution lines are passive systems, as they are not actively managed by operators or computer programs. Also, since they are traditionally uni-directional in power flow (from high voltage to low voltage), they do not require much maintenance.
Substations are the interface between parts of the transmission and distribution system. Substations take high voltage in the transmission lines and transform it to a lower voltage suitable for the distribution grid. They are also equipped with circuit breakers to protect the distribution system and can be used to control the flow of current in various directions.
Substations are generally unattended, relying on SCADA for remote supervision, control, and data processing. At IME, our technicians and electrical engineers specialize in substation design and construction, making our team an ideal choice for any substation project.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) is a control system that allows industrial organizations to remotely oversee processes, gather and analyze real-time data, directly interact with devices, and program automatic control responses triggered by certain events or system parameters.
SCADA systems are vital for industrial organizations because they help maintain efficiency, process data for smarter decisions, and communicate system issues to reduce downtime. With our comprehensive knowledge of SCADA systems, Intermountain Electric can help you choose and implement a system that best suits the needs of your project.
Fiber optics, or optical fiber, refers to the medium and the technology associated with the transmission of information as light pulses along a fiber. Fiber optics is used for long-distance and high-performance data networking.
An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made by drawing glass or plastic to a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. Compared to traditional copper cables, fiber optic cables can support higher bandwidth capacities, transmit light faster, and be submerged in water. They’re also less susceptible to interference, and do not need to me maintained or replaced as frequently as copper cables.
Telephony refers to the technology that allows people to interact and communicate across long distances through the electronic transmission of voice, fax, or other information.
Intermountain Electric designs and oversees the installation of telecommunications equipment, such as electronic switching systems, traditional telephone service facilities, optical fiber cabling, IP networks, and microwave transmission systems.
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