Department of Commerce Energy Grants – Solar Photovoltaic Systems

PCI is on the team that was selected by Washington State Department of Commerce for Energy Grants to design and install Solar Photovoltaic systems for the City of Benton, City of St John, City of Kettle Falls, and Toppenish School District. Together, these systems represent approximately 380kW DC of installed generation. PCI will be participating with PCI Renewables and Apollo Solutions Group as the electrical engineers for these projects.

Santa Cruz Juvenile Facility

PCI is on the team that was selected by the County of Santa Cruz for the Santa Cruz Juvenile Facility Renovation in Santa Cruz, CA. PCI will be participating with CGL as the low voltage security electronics engineers for this project.

Noah Schaefer Joins PCI!

Noah Schaefer, has joined the PCI team as a Security Electronics Engineer. Noah previously worked for a security electronics integrator while finishing his Electrical Engineering degree at Metropolitan State University. Welcome aboard Noah!

California Medical Facility, Health Care Facility Improvement Program

PCI has been selected by California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to provide low voltage security electronics system design for the California Medical Facility, Health Care Facility Improvement Program (HCFIP), Group ‘A’ facilities. PCI will be participating on this project in conjunction with Lee, Burkhart, Liu, Inc, and CGL Companies. BIM modeling is required, and the project goal is to achieve LEED Silver certification.

Washington State Security Systems Consultants

PCI was selected by DES and the Team Program to provide Statewide Security Systems Consultant Services for Washington State. PCI will provide consulting across a wide variety of state owned buildings and campuses including correctional, educational, and healthcare facilities.

San Mateo Replacement Jail

The San Mateo Jail Planning Committee has selected PCI, in conjunction with CML RW Security and Cache Valley Electric as low voltage security electronics designers and contractors for the San Mateo County Replacement Jail in Redwood City, California.  The $125M facility is being designed by the HO+K San Francisco office.  The CMAR project will be delivered thru a  joint venture between Sundt and Layton Construction.  BIM modeling is required, and the project goal is to achieve LEED Silver certification.

Jim Walker Professional Engineer

Jim Walker, an electrical designer with PCI, recently passed the Professional Engineering (PE) Examination and is now licensed as a Professional Engineer.   Professional licensure protects the public by enforcing standards that restrict practice to qualified individuals who have met specific qualifications in education, work experience, and exams.  Licensed engineers are a select group. Because the requirements are stringent and because there are some exemptions that allow engineers to work under the supervision of a P.E., not all engineers become licensed. Those who do achieve licensure, however, enjoy the professional benefits that accompany this distinction.  Jim will be joining the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying to extend his licensure across multiple states. Jim graduated from the University of Idaho and has worked in the electrical field for over 17 years. He has been with PCI for 2 years.

Jarred Coulter Professional Engineer

Jarred Coulter, an electrical designer with PCI, recently passed the Professional Engineering (PE) Examination and is now licensed as a Professional Engineer.   Professional licensure protects the public by enforcing standards that restrict practice to qualified individuals who have met specific qualifications in education, work experience, and exams.  Licensed engineers are a select group. Because the requirements are stringent and because there are some exemptions that allow engineers to work under the supervision of a P.E., not all engineers become licensed. Those who do achieve licensure, however, enjoy the professional benefits that accompany this distinction.  Jarred will be joining the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying to extend his licensure across multiple states.  Jarred graduated from the University of Idaho and has worked in the electrical field for over 13 years. He has been with PCI since 2009.