Numerous clients have trusted CES with their most challenging and important projects. To read about the results we have delivered, browse the gallery below.
Howard County, MD
Chesapeake Electrical Systems has been awarded the electrical subcontract for the Robinson Nature Center in Howard County, Maryland. This project will involve the construction of a new $10 Million, 30,000 SF Modern Nature Center with customary indoor exhibits and displays, along with outdoor interpretive trails. The Center will be built for LEED™ Platinum.
Chesapeake Electrical Systems is proud to be responsible for the complete lighting and communication system for the Capital Beltway HOT Lanes Project, a major revitalization consisting of the most significant improvements to the Capital Beltway since its creation.
As the electrical contractor for the $31.6 million Frederick Douglass Bridge renovations, Chesapeake Electrical Systems was a key part of the project team recognized for its participation on Mid-Atlantic Construction Magazines 2007 Project of the Year. The bridge rehabilitation, which was contracted by the D.C. Department of Transportation, involved major upgrades to the bridge’s architecture and infrastructure.
Slated for completion in early 2010, the DeMatha High School project consists of the major, multi-year construction of a three-floor, 72,000-square-foot convocation center. The new center will house five classrooms, the school's athletic offices, gymnasium, weight and wrestling rooms, locker rooms, the school store, snack bar and alumni center.
Fairfax County, Virginia
CES serves as the electrical subcontractor to the James G. Davis Construction Corp. on this project, which is located just five miles south of Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. Plaza East, located in the Westfields Corporate Center in Fairfax County, boasts open column free interiors and park-like settings, complete with tree lined walkways and jogging paths.
CES was contracted by Whiting-Turner Contracting Company in early 2007 to provide the electrical contracting component of this challenging, complex renovation project, bringing a variety of upgrades and improvements to the offices of The NFL Players Association in Northwest D.C.
Prince George's County, Maryland
CES was contracted by Hubert Construction to work on this project using sustainable, green building practices in compliance with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. The Bowie Corporate Center, a 132,000 square foot, five story office building in Bowie, Md., is a Silver Certified LEED building featuring a number of sustainable design features, including the latest in energy-saving lighting and controls.
N.W. Washington, D.C.
The 2121 K Street project consisted of the renovation of the existing 235,000 square foot base building, and the addition of three stories. CES worked as a subcontractor to James G. Davis Construction, handling the renovation of the existing elevator lobbies, adding façade lighting, and outfitting the new fitness center.
The Crosspointe Fire Station was completed in May 2007 under prime contractor American Property Construction Company. In conjunction with the station’s designation as a “green” building, CES’ electrical solution utilized the latest wave of energy conservation in lighting to produce a system in which the interior lighting levels of the facility automatically adjust to a preset lumen level, and interact with the natural light that is emitted in to the building via strategically placed skylights and windows.
Chesapeake Electrical Systems, Inc. was awarded the electrical subcontract for the Monument III project in Herndon, Va. James G. Davis Construction Corporation was the general contractor on this seven story (191,200-SF) office building. The project included a six-story, 204,300-square-foot parking facility and was completed in January of 2007.
CES worked as the electrical subcontractor to Glen Construction on this 12-story, LEED-certified “green” building in Arlington, completed in early 2007. The building features 249,000 square feet of office space, with 16,000 square feet of retail space at grade; additionally, the parking deck includes 417 below-grade spaces.
Chesapeake Electrical Systems, Inc. was the electrical sub-contractor for the construction of the 4th runway and associated taxiways at Dulles International Airport during the 2006-2008 construction period for the project. CES teamed with the Lane Construction Corporation, CES’ contract consisted of installing over 2300 airfield lighting fixtures and guidance signs and approximately 54,000 linear feet of underground duct bank system, including over 250 associated electrical manholes and handholes.
This project, one of CES’ multiple contracts in support of the Dulles International Airport, consisted of the complete renovation of the high security construction entrance at the airport. As the electrical subcontractor, Chesapeake Electrical Systems, Inc. installed street, traffic and general lighting, in addition to surveillance and data cabling as required.
Chesapeake installed a complete low visibility lighting system in support of the Surface Movement Guidance Control System (SMGCS) across all three present runways at Washington Dulles International Airport.
Chesapeake Electrical System’s work at the Belle Haven Country Club included the innovative design and installation of electrical systems for the extensive renovations to its 60,000-square-foot clubhouse and entrance, and the addition of its new, 40,000-square-foot athletic facility.
In August of 2002 CES was awarded the electrical subcontract from Cherry Hill Construction for work associated with the streetscape project at the new Washington, D.C. Convention Center. The scope of work for this project included the complete rehabilitation of six intersections that encircled the new building.
Washington, D.C. (Federal Triangle)
Chesapeake Electrical Systems, Inc. was subcontracted by Facchina Construction Company to perform the exterior hardscape project for the Ronald Reagan / Federal Triangle project. Work included extensive illumination systems around the exterior of the building including: decorative walkway, street, flagpole, and fountain lighting.
Chesapeake Electrical Systems, Inc. (CES) was founded in 1993. Since that time, with a dedicated staff, CES has grown into a company of over 150 construction professionals that is recognized as one of the leading electrical construction and service firms in the Mid-Atlantic region.