Fred Wilson & Associates serves industrial and institutional clients by providing electrical and civil engineering services for their campus and facility projects. FW&A has designed projects on educational, governmental and military campuses as well as at manufacturing plants, theme parks, resorts and healthcare facilities.

For campus and facility projects, FW&A specializes in electrical engineering and offers particular expertise in medium- and low-voltage power systems design. The firm's electrical design experience ranges from campus-wide medium-voltage distribution systems to building power, lighting and communications. FW&A also provides industrial and institutional clients with civil engineering services, typically in support of campus and facility electrical projects.

Industrial/Institutional Clients

FW&A's industrial/institutional clients include:

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Kennedy Space Center, Florida)
  • Cape Canaveral Air Force Station through Space Gateway Support (Kennedy Space Center, Florida)
  • Florida A&M University (Tallahassee, Florida)
  • National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (Tallahassee, Florida)
  • Reedy Creek Improvement District (Lake Buena Vista, Florida)
  • Georgia-Pacific (Palatka, Florida)
  • Atlantic Marine (Jacksonville, Florida)
  • General Growth Properties (Jacksonville, Florida)
  • Florida Department of Management Services (Tallahassee, Florida)

Engineering Services

For all engineering projects, FW&A offers the following services:

  • Project management (including development and maintenance of project plans, schedules, budgets and progress reporting)
  • Engineering studies and reports
  • Surveying
  • Comprehensive engineering design
  • Permitting and regulatory compliance issues
  • Construction documents (including plans/drawings and specifications)
  • Construction cost estimating
  • Construction administration (including shop drawing review, optional on-site support, RFI response and record drawings)
  • Operation and maintenance documentation