AM-TECH’s extensive experience in developing unique solutions to conform to tight schedules is highlighted in our complete fit-up of the Hudson’s Bay in Rideau Centre where we utilized efficient fabrication and installation techniques in outdated existing electrical conditions.
See another example of AM-TECH’s exceptional ability to conform to a tight schedule and maintain high security levels for an efficient fire alarm and electrical upgrade of DRS Technologies’ head office using top grade electrical equipment for secure laboratories and manufacturing spaces.
With the ever-growing technological advances in today’s society, AM-TECH ensured that the heritage building built at the Canadian Museum of Nature – formerly known as the Victoria Memorial Museum Building, retained its cultural ambiance while conforming to modern electrical and fire alarm codes.
AM-TECH’s work hours are flexible; we are willing to operate after-hours to allow daytime services to continue through construction. See how AM-TECH completed a relocation and fit-up of this iconic museum using modern fire alarm and electrical technology while retaining its cultural integrity.
The historic Vanier and heritage designated Tabaret buildings are one of the many University of Ottawa projects awarded to AM-TECH over the past 5 years where AM-TECH retained the cultural atmosphere of both buildings while conforming to modern electrical codes across various projects.
AM-TECH utilized sustainable development to replace and restructure the layout of nearly 38,000 fluorescent fixtures with LED lamps while disposing of all replaced lamps and ballasts in an environmentally controlled area to reduce waste pollution and limit the university’s carbon emissions for a greener future.
AM-TECH completed a fit up for a new secure research tower base at the Ottawa Hospital, tying extensive security into the hospital at many points and utilizing modern hospital-grade materials to provide a consistently reliable power supply to life-saving medical equipment.
See AM-TECH’s complete fit up of a new cancer centre utilizing hospital-grade electrical equipment and materials to ensure that fire alarm and power systems in secure spaces, labs, and offices at the Queensway Carleton Hospital were operating consistently at optimal levels.