PK Electrical is expanding its electrical engineering services to the Denver area. The new office will be managed by principal, Alan Wiskus, LEED AP BD+C, vice president of PK Electrical.
Mr. Wiskus brings 24 years of experience with him and has been instrumental in PK Electrical’s growth. “He is energetic, very knowledgeable and focused on providing the best service,” says Karen Purcell, P.E. and President of PK Electrical.
In addition to his very extensive design experience, Alan is a licensed electrician and a LEED AP BD+C. He will be responsible for managing all aspects of the Denver office, including business development, project management and hiring.
“Denver is a big city with a small town feel and that really appealed to us,” said Alan Wiskus. “We have been impressed with the new people we have met plus we have some strong existing relationships in the Denver market that we want to support locally. That meant being closer and it seemed like a natural extension to open an office in Denver.”
The new office location is in the Denver Technology Center on the 9th Floor of the 4600 South Syracuse Building.
“Relocating Alan to Colorado is an important decision for PK Electrical. When we started to discuss this expansion, we wanted to be sure that we would be able to maintain the high standards for support, quality and decision-making that we have established in Reno. Having one of our two principals open the office will ensure we can achieve this goal. Of course, Alan is respected and well liked in Reno and will be missed,” said Karen Purcell. Moving Alan also creates opportunities for the staff. Dugan Hadler, LEED AP BD+C is being promoted to Design Manager. Joey Ganser, P.E. will have added responsibilities as the Engineering / Operations Manager as well. “We’ve been preparing staffing for this expansion to ensure that we maintain our high level of customer service in our Reno office.”
About PK Electrical:
PK Electrical, Inc. is a self-performing electrical engineering firm, established in 1996. This woman-owned small business provides a very complete range of electrical system designs and services. PK’s design and service capabilities include low voltage, medium voltage distribution, utility coordination, onsite surveys of existing systems, onsite inspections, feasibility studies, energy audits, plan reviews, construction administration, cost estimating, electrical system load, coordination and fault studies, emergency power systems, site planning, special use permit and arc flash analysis.
The firm has a wealth of experience as both a prime and sub consultant. Project types include healthcare, military, airports, K-12 education, higher education, roadway, municipalities, utilities, fueling facilities, site development, commercial, renewable energy, feasibility and energy studies, LEED and master planning.
For more information, visit: www.pkelectrical.com