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As required by government legislation, Middlebrook Engineering Inc. is currently licensed to stamp Electrical Engineering drawings as required for construction in Saskatchewan and Alberta and would consider becoming registered and stamping drawings in other jurisdictions on a case-by-case basis. We are experienced with the Canadian Electrical Code and the variations within our licensed areas.

Besides the stamping of Electrical Engineering drawings, we have years of experience in site selection, utility right-of-way easements, building permit application, purchase contract and contractor management, site supervision and in the implementation of the complete project from planning to occupancy.

Our expertise in Engineering includes a strong awareness of all aspects of what it takes to design and implement a successful facility. A strong practical knowledge of high tech facilities allows us to engineer and implement advanced technology facilities such as cable headends, internet data centres, operations centres and satellite communications Gateway/Teleport facilities, including all of the electrical engineering requirements and the stamping of the drawings for permit purposes.

As part of our engineering services we will conduct a Requirement Review with the client to determine their immediate and future facilities needs. Based on that Requirement Review we will develop a project scope and budget for the implementation of the facility. Once approved, we will develop and conduct a formal tender Request for Proposal/Quotation process for all major items for the supply and delivery of these items. In general, what we save the client through our expertise and tender negotiations more than pays for our services. The net result is that the client has an experienced professional firm to plan and implement their project virtually for free based on the money saved.

Our detailed planning includes: UPS (uninterruptible power systems), backup generator system, HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning), Fire Protections, equipment shelter planning including rack layout and cable tray systems, fiber optic interconnects, power feeds, etc.

Recent projects include:

1. Electrical design for a well-head thermal welding system for drill pipe welding

2. 400 KW diesel generator system for a telecom facility

3. Dual 200 KVA UPS system for computer room

4. Electrical drawings for small office renovations