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We provide electrical and mechanical engineering solutions for some of the world's most complicated projects. We have extensive commercial construction experience and we apply that experience during design to provide our clients with solutions that are easy to implement. We pride ourselves on delivering a quality design on time and on budget. We take great pride in our work and treat your project as if it were our own.

We hold ourselves and each other to the highest of standards and expect nothing but the best from our team. Our team members are our most valuable resources. We are passionate, creative individuals who love to tackle unique and challenging projects together. We have a strong team culture that leverages individuals' talents and promotes individual growth for the benefit of the team.
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read more › In 1999, The WB Moore Company of Charlotte, an electrical contracting firm in Charlotte, NC, created an in-house engineering department to support their construction needs. They recognized the benefit of investing engineering time at the beginning of a project to deliver a final product that exceeded their customer's expectations. Over time, this department grew from a support group within WB Moore into a stand-alone, fully licensed MEP engineering firm called WBM Group, PLLC. Initially, the engineering team was utilized to provide coordination drawings to the construction department.

read more › Robert began his career with us in 1999. His experience in both electrical contracting and electrical design has given him a hands-on approach to engineering. This approach is the foundation of WBM Group, PLLC and it allows us to provide "real-world" solutions to our clients. Robert manages all engineering and office activities and has been instrumental in creating and maintaining the culture of WBM Group, PLLC. Mike began his career with us in 2007. His drive, creativity and willingness to go the extra mile guarantees that our clients get the best service possible.

read more › The University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (E.P.I.C.) is an educational and research facility for the next generation of engineers. The project was overseen by several major utility providers and engineering companies to ensure that the college was receiving the best facility possible. A 4,000 square foot clean room and a 3,500 square foot material growth lab and high-bay research area are just two of several specialized research areas. A 15kV primary service delivers power to the facility and a 2,500 kVA transformer and 1,000kVA emergency generator provide 480V distribution power throughout the facility.

read more › A renovation of an existing 500,000+ square foot warehouse into an automated alcohol distribution hub for the Southeast. Existing warehouse space was upfit with a material handling system requiring six new electrical distribution panels. A three story automation mezzanine required high light levels and occupancy control to accommodate various operational conditions. Two-story office areas within the existing warehouse provide working space for on-site office personnel. Conditioned fine wine storage area required the rework of existing lights and fire alarm devices to accommodate new multilevel racking.

read more › A 5MW AC ground-mounted photovoltaic solar farm providing energy back to the grid in Duplin County. Mid-project shift from 4.5MW to 5MW size created a site with both central inverters for the initial 4.5MW and string inverters for the 500kW addition. Three 1,500kW central inverters and eighteen 30kW string inverters supply 5,000kW of power back to the electrical grid.

read more › Indoor and outdoor kitchens, food prep areas and classrooms provide firsthand educational experiences to manufacturers, equipment dealers and restaurant owners. Equipment performance evaluations will be conducted on site to analyze time to temperature, oil usage and recovery times. Kitchens were designed to maximize the available space, creating coordination challenges for kitchen equipment installation. Classrooms ceilings were kept high, limiting the ceiling space available for audio video equipment.

read more › Appalachian State University's Beaver College of Health Sciences facility incorporates 203,000 square feet of classroom and office space in a 5 story LEED Certified building. Three levels of Nutritional & Physical/Occupational Therapy classrooms and two levels of office space on the campus of Appalachian State University (ASU). The building design is focused on experiential training in shared spaces including simulation laboratories, assessment rooms and treatment rooms. A 65.5kW DC solar photovoltaic system made up of 238 PV modules is mounted on the roof to provide renewable energy.

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