Archive for category: Michigan Relationship
Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications had zero lost time injuries in 2017
With 1.6 million man hours worked in 2017, Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications proudly ended the year with zero lost time injuries. Leveraging our multi-tiered safety team – functioning at the corporate, branch and field levels – Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications’ TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate) continues to be significantly less than the Electrical Industry standard.
Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications proudly raises funds to support the American Red Cross
Employees from Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications generously donated funds to support the American Red Cross and their disaster relief efforts. The companies matched all employee donations, with a 100% matched donation.
Nearly a century later, the Michigan Office continues their relationship with Chrysler
Hatzel & Buehler was selected as the electrical contractor for the new Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Test Track at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Fiat Chrysler is investing over $1 Billion into the assembly plant. This plant will test the functionality of the new Dodge Ram trucks before they are sent to market. Hatzel & Buehler’s overall scope of work includes lighting, power distribution, fire alarm, gas detection and heat tracing.
Hatzel & Buehler opened their local Michigan office in 1922 in an effort to provide electrical services to the emerging automotive industry. The local office quickly established relationships with the Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation and the Chrysler Corporation, with large scale project work quickly following and continuing throughout the mid 1900’s.
University of Michigan awards major contract to Hatzel & Buehler
The University of Michigan will construct a new 297,000 square foot health center – The Brighton Heath Center South. The new facility will include adult and pediatric specialty care, infusion, a comprehensive musculoskeletal center, sleep lab, ambulatory diagnostic and treatment center, radiation oncology, operating rooms, medical procedure unit, pharmacy, radiology, and lab services.
Hatzel & Buehler’s overall scope of work will include:
- Power distribution
- Generator and life safety systems power distribution
- Lighting Controls
- Receptacle power
- Cable Tray
- Fire alarm
- Nurse Call
- Access Control
- Lightning Protection
- BIM Model
Michigan Office provides electrical renovation throughout Saks Fifth Avenue
The Hatzel & Buehler Michigan Office provided an electrical renovation, throughout a 30,000 square foot Saks Fifth Avenue store, located in the Somerset Mall (Troy, Michigan). Overall scope of work included the tenant fit out for select high end retailers, including Celine, Valentino and Prada. This project was divided into three phases to minimize the impact on retail sales.
ISNetworld recognizes Hatzel & Buehler’s recent successes
ISNetworld recently featured Hatzel & Buehler in their Contractor Success Stories. Download the feature here.
Michigan Office awarded large tank upgrade at Marathon’s Detroit Refinery
Hatzel & Buehler was recently awarded a major project at the Marathon Detroit Refinery. Marathon’s business partners have created a high demand for their products resulting in a required upgrade of their tank farm pipeline capabilities. Hatzel & Buehler has been contracted by Marathon to install a new double ended medium voltage substation to feed upgraded pumps/motors at critical tanks. The project includes 15kV, 5kV, 600V and instrument cabling and terminations for power feeds and control. The power for the substation is being feed 4,500 feet away with parallel feeder cables in the existing operating refinery from an operating substation. Hatzel & Buehler will also install new lighting, motor control stations, grounding, instruments and fiber optic cabling for communications. Hatzel & Buehler’s low-voltage subsidiary, Bluestone Communications, will complete the fiber optic cabling. With a strict project schedule, Hatzel & Buehler is working closely with Marathon to ensure minimal shutdowns during normal operation.