Critical Code Requirements for Industrial Construction

Critical Code Requirements for Industrial Construction

Some commonly overlooked NEC requirements have critical implications for industrial construction.  

The concept of industrial construction encompasses many types of buildings, structures within buildings, areas within buildings, and areas between buildings. And it isn’t just new construction. It includes upgrades, retrofit work, and equipment moves; these projects are often done with the plant still up and running.

Production equipment moves or replacements are common in most industrial facilities. This work typically begins with limited demolition. The electricians disconne

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