Client: NVUSD

Location: Napa, CA

General Contractor: BHM Construction

We were proud to have a hand in modernizing our neighborhood school campus.

Long Electric was contracted to assist in the modernization of the new Willow (formerly El Centro) Elementary School in Napa. The scope included the installation of new site-wide electrical distribution, lighting, fire-alarm, voice-data, audio-visual, and public address systems. Included in the scope was electrical work for a 24,000 square-foot new multi-purpose building, in addition to the modernization to two (2) 38,000 square-foot classroom buildings. The job also included work on an existing 24,000 square-foot building, which was later converted into a library. Additionally, Long Electric also set up five (5) owner-purchased permanent modular buildings in the site-wide electrical grid, adding fire-alarm, voice-data and audio-visual, and public address systems, which all tied into the main system. This was done in addition to addressing the electrical needs of the new campus common area, two new playgrounds, as well as the newly reconfigured parking lot in addition to a new parking lot.