APG was excited to get started on this project and quickly assembled a talented team. Led by Project Superintendent Chris Gobright and Project Manager Brian Stine, our field technicians have been going above and beyond to keep this complex job on track and in budget. We are especially proud of how they reacted to and overcame a recent challenge. For reasons beyond our control, we were left with only 30 days to meet the scheduled permanent power date, which was a daunting task considering the amount of work left to be done. For many contractors, that deadline simply wouldn’t have been met. But thanks to our constantly growing workforce, APG had the manpower to make it happen. Several of our project superintendents and their crews rallied together, working 10 hour days and weekends to meet this extremely aggressive schedule. Brian Stine reported that an astounding 4,700 hours of overtime were worked in this 30-day period alone. True to our reputation, APG did everything it took to meet the deadline! This is all the more impressive considering that we’ve installed nearly 53 miles of conduit, 198 miles of wire, and three paralleled 1,500kW emergency generators. Our Technology Group will be installing seventeen fully integrated audio visual conference rooms, six video walls that have the ability to display all traffic cameras in St. Petersburg and 122 TV monitors with IPTV capability throughout the facility.
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