Forest NJ serves as an extension of the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset team as their in-house electrical contractor— helping them save time and money and minimize impact to regular operations.
Forest NJ delivered all electric power distribution and site lighting for this new 250,000-square foot clinical laboratory and office facility— leveraging our engineering and fabrication divisions to stay ahead of schedule and reduce costs.
Forest NJ assisted this major healthcare client with a large light fixture re-fit project that substantially lowered energy costs across four hospital facilities— all with minimal interruptions to patients and staff.
Forest NJ led electrical contracting and an interior fit out during the new construction of this state-of-the-art new facility for Memorial Sloan Kettering, seamlessly integrating into the project on a tight schedule.
Forest NJ provided electrical installation services during this relocation of a major pharmaceutical client’s corporate data center facility. Built on a floodplain, the project required complex engineering and design.
We installed 1,500 rooftop solar panels for this cutting-edge photovoltaic project— one of the largest of its kind in the state. The finished project resulted in dramatic energy savings and millions of dollars in rebates.
Forest NJ spearheaded the installation of a new grid at Merck’s 100-acre campus, navigating a delicate environment and challenging site logistics to provide a seamless transition to the new distribution.
Forest NJ provided construction, engineering, and design services for this 1.5MW steam, combined heat, and power plant, which now produces half of the facilities required energy.
Forest NJ leveraged our prefabrication shop and extensive BIM expertise to provide a full suite of electrical construction services as part of a leading pharmaceutical company’s 60,000-square-foot facility retrofit.
Forest NJ provided engineering, design, and construction services for this 3MW combined heat and power plant, overcoming space limitations and utilizing a vertical design approach to achieve success.
Forest NJ leveraged its prefabrication shop and extensive BIM expertise to provide a full suite of electrical construction services as part of a pharmaceutical company’s new office facility construction.
Forest NJ provided in-house fabrication and installation of 840,000 total feet of fiber cabling and copper wiring for this extremely fast-tracked data center relocation.
Forest NJ installed power infrastructure and electrical systems for this laboratory space, prefabricating equipment to meet an aggressive schedule.
Forest NJ installed a new, cutting-edge fiber system at this headquarters campus—while meeting tight deadlines and adhering to stringent safety requirements.
Forest NJ constructed a cutting-edge microgrid system as part of the extensive electrical engineering services they provided on this brand-new, state-of-the-art medical facility.
Forest NJ leveraged its prefabrication shop and extensive BIM expertise to provide a full suite of electrical construction services as part of a pharmaceutical company’s laboratory expansion.
Forest NJ delivered electrical system and infrastructure upgrades services that substantially lessened the potential for electrical outages at this premier East Coast hospital.
Forest NJ delivered a large LED light fixture retrofitting project for a major healthcare client, substantially lowering energy costs, minimizing disruptions to hospital operations, and helping the hospital take advantage of new state energy programs.
Forest NJ successfully replaced two system-critical transformers while maintaining uninterrupted power supply at one of the East Coast’s premier hospitals.
Forest NJ upgraded the existing nurse call systems at the New Jersey Department of Veterans Affairs’ three veteran homes, leveraging our facilities expertise to deliver the project ahead of schedule, and at reduced cost.
Thanks to our extensive experience working in healthcare facilities, we were able to minimize downtime and maximize value during this major, four-phase electrical redistribution upgrade.
Forest NJ served as electrical contractor and construction manager, coordinating five other contractors, during this project to construct a CHP plant capable of seven days of independent function.