• Utah State University Substation at Central Energy Plant
  • Byron G. Rogers Federal Office Building Modernization, New Generators
  • Fort Bliss Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities Branch Power Distribution
  • Auraria Higher Education Center, Medium-voltage Campus Electrical Distribution
  • Byron G. Rogers Federal Office Building ATS and Distribution Switchboards
  • NREL South Table Mountain Grounding Transformer and Reactor
  • RMH can design virtually every power solution from the point of service down to the receptacle. For campuses, our engineers have amassed an impressive record planning and designing site distribution in the 4,160-volt to 25 kV range for networks covering up to 15 miles. RMH also routinely designs distribution across the low-voltage range—from unit substations, to drawout switchgear, motor control centers, and distribution panelboards. Many facilities and processes require an extra level of power reliability. To meet these extended power requirements, RMH’s designs integrate standby generators and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems with high-reliability transfer equipment to maintain near-100% power availability to critical loads.
    • Medium- and Low-voltage Electrical Power Distribution
    • Emergency/Standby Power Systems
    • Uninterruptible Power Supplies
    • Motor Controls
    • High-resistance Grounding
    • One-line and Three-line Diagrams
    • Arc Flash Hazard Analyses
    • Relay/Protection Schemes and Time-current/Coordination Studies
    • Short Circuit Studies
    • Load Flow Studies
    • Voltage Drop Studies
    • Power Quality and Harmonic Distortion Analysis
    • Power Factor Correction
    • Power Management Strategies
 

Electrical Power

RMH can design virtually every power solution from the point of service down to the receptacle. For campuses, our engineers have amassed an impressive record planning and designing site distribution in the 4,160-volt to 25 kV range for networks covering up to 15 miles. RMH also routinely designs distribution across the low-voltage range—from unit substations, to drawout switchgear, motor control centers, and distribution panelboards.

Many facilities and processes require an extra level of power reliability. To meet these extended power requirements, RMH’s designs integrate standby generators and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems with high-reliability transfer equipment to maintain near-100% power availability to critical loads.

  • Medium- and Low-voltage Electrical Power Distribution
  • Emergency/Standby Power Systems
  • Uninterruptible Power Supplies
  • Motor Controls
  • High-resistance Grounding
  • One-line and Three-line Diagrams
  • Arc Flash Hazard Analyses
  • Relay/Protection Schemes and Time-current/Coordination Studies
  • Short Circuit Studies
  • Load Flow Studies
  • Voltage Drop Studies
  • Power Quality and Harmonic Distortion Analysis
  • Power Factor Correction
  • Power Management Strategies
The RMH Group is an NAICS 541330 Small Business.