Our goal is to walk away from the job giving the end-user the knowledge and confidence to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of their electrical system.

Our projects go through a comprehensive Pre-Construction Planning process requiring input, review and buy-in from all team leaders.

Our team works to review schedules and identify assemblies that can be assembled off-site eliminating waste, accelerating scheduling and improving jobsite safety using a pre-fabrication process.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is implemented, providing dimensioned layouts of equipment rooms, identifying conflicts and resolutions and laying out major routes for electrical feeders and branch circuits.

Our Construction Management Systems include monthly cost-to-complete projections ,weekly short-interval schedules, and internal Milestone Meetings, ensuring that we know where our jobs are and where they are headed at all times.

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Our construction process includes building information modeling and pre-fabrication services that improve the workflow, safety and waste throughout an entire project.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) improves coordination and conflict resolution making sure our projects hit deadlines in spite of aggressive schedules and tight budgets.

A typical BIM model uses three-dimensional, real-time and dynamic modeling to identify and record dimensions and, at Doyle Electric, routings and penetrations for our conduit and cable tray, locations for our equipment, and locations and depths of our light fixtures. The BIM process allows us to identify constructability issues well ahead of the actual on-site construction, mitigating any schedule impacts and improving our production. Ultimately, these BIM drawings serve as an accurate and clean set of "as built" drawings that are provided to the owner upon completion of the project.

More and more projects are requiring some level of BIM coordination but we have found it beneficial to our operations regardless of contractual requirements and perform the BIM process on all projects. The Pre-Construction Group uses Revit, Autocad, Bluebeam and Trimble Sketchup as part of this process.

For nearly a decade, Doyle Electric has utilized off-site prefabrication in order to reduce waste, increase safety and keep projects on-track.

Our prefabrication process allows us to deliver pre-assembled components to the job site at the right time and at the right place. Components are assembled off-site before they’re needed on-site by skilled labor in a controlled shop environment that reduces safety risks. When the job site is ready for installation, the pre-assembled components can be installed immediately, with less craftsmen, and essentially zero waste.

Our Process is driven by three factors—
schedule, safety and budget.

Planning and teamwork are crucial to getting every project started. Our team thoroughly reviews project specifics, evaluating the possibility for value added engineering, potential for pre-fabrication, and concerns for project safety.

Detailed plans incorporate all aspects of engineering, prefab, budget considerations, scheduling, and more. Changes discussed in earlier planning are also incorporated for a comprehensive approach to the project.

Milestones are reviewed throughout the project to ensure considerations for time, safety, and budget are continuously met. Project leaders meet regularly to optimize based on these reviews.