Bureau of Indian Affairs Electrical Upgrade

Upgraded electrical system, new switch gear and electrical panels, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Riverside, CA. Project was a competitive bid. This project involved a number of trades and required very little roofing. The bulk of the work was replacing electrical panels and a switch gear in the cafeteria of the school. To do so underground were required to be upgraded. The project execution occurred during the student’s winter break because that was the only time that was acceptable by the school to have the cafeteria non-operational. We had to phase work to ensure everything was completed prior to the students returning from break. We finished the work on schedule with no impact to the students or school and on budget. Longhorn Electric was our only subcontractor on this project.

NNSA Data Cabling and Electrical Upgrade

The IARC Security Operations Center (SOC) performs 24x7x365 enterprise-wide security monitoring of all traffic passing through NNSA classified and unclassified networks. The center provides intrusion detection and event forensics. The IARC also serves as the Computer Network Defense Service Provider (CNDSP) for DOE and NNSA networks connecting to the Department of Defense (DoD) SIPRNet.

In anticipation of NNSA’s IARC (Information Assurance Response Center) moving their operations into the Nevada Field Office in Las Vegas, electrical and data cable upgrades were performed.  This project encompassed 3 floors, a data center and over 60 workstations and conference rooms. Each workstation received 6 CAT6 drops and 6 fiber optics drops. Fiber backbone and VoIP backbone was installed from the data center to various communication closets throughout the 3 floors.