The Basil Resale Center on Transit Rd in Depew recently received a complete face lift and expansion. Frey Electric installed energy efficient LED fixtures, reworked the circuitry throughout the building as well as powered the new sign.
Once again, we are proud to be a sponsor of the New Year’s Eve ball drop at Roosevelt Plaza in downtown Buffalo. The free event is one of the largest in country and includes fireworks and live music. Hope to see you there!
A thing of beauty. More than 800 cables terminate to this particular IDF. These Category 6A Shielded Cables route into the data racks via the ladder tray waterfall fittings. This assures that the recommended bend radius is maintained and ultimately ensuring the cables integrity and performance. Great job team!
Frey Electric is currently working at the Safe Harbor Marina at Buffalo Harbor State Park (formerly the Small Boat Harbor) on Fuhrmann Blvd in Buffalo. The harbor will have a new configuration as well as new docks. We’re currently running power to the new slips. The new docks will be permanently installed and stay in year round. The project is scheduled to be completed by next spring.
We’re excited for a new hockey season to begin! We will once again bring you the in-game ‘Make Some Noise’ prompt and the post-game ‘Locker Room Sound’ feature for the Buffalo Sabres. Good luck this season and GO SABRES! #OneBuffalo
Frey Electric is proud to bring you the 2016-2017 season at Shea’s 710 Theatre. The 600+ seat theatre host many events, both theatrical and nontheatrical. For a full schedule, click here: http://www.sheas.org/710main/
Frey Electric and team recently lifted a Caterpillar 2500kW, 3,760 amp generator eight stories to the roof at the new University At Buffalo, School Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building. In total, the generator weighs 99,000 lbs. A 600 ton crane from Clark Rigging & Rental hoisted the generator, with assistance from Contour Steel & Rigging.
TONAWANDA, NY– Frey Electric Construction Co. (Frey Electric), the premier electrical and communications contractor in Western New York, is the electrical contractor for the new $375+ million University at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine located on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in Buffalo, NY.
Frey Electric’s manpower has peaked at approximately 100 electricians, with many key foreman running their own crews at the state-of-the-art medical school. Frey Electric is providing (3) three incoming services from the power company and installing over 300 panel boards. The building has (3) three indoor substations, (1) one 2500 KW Caterpillar diesel generator, 10,000 light fixtures and over 20,000 receptacles.
The new Medical School broke ground in October 2013 and is scheduled to open in 2017. It was designed by world renowned HOK and is anticipated to be LEED Gold level certification. The building is 600,000 SF and is comprised of eight stories and two basement levels. It is being built over an active subway station that will be used by students and faculty. It is the largest construction project in the school’s history.
Since 1945, private and public sector clients throughout Buffalo and Western New York have used Frey Electric for a full spectrum of services in the electrical and communications fields. As one of the largest specialty contractors in the Buffalo and WNY area, we provide solutions from electrical design and installation to lifetime maintenance.
On April 9th, Kyle Williams of the Buffalo Bills became the 15th recipient of the Call to Courage Award. This award honors a current NFL player who demonstrates exemplary character, a commitment to Jesus Christ and service to the community.
Frey Electric is a proud sponsor of this wonderful event.
The event, started by former Bills QB Frank Reich, was held at the Hyatt in Buffalo and had 700 attendees.
Frey Electric is happy to help our friends in the community. That’s why we were honored to be the sponsor for the 26 Shirts design, “We Want Scott.” This particular design benefited the Vaillancourt’s, a family from Tonawanda that received unexpected, heart breaking health news.