Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

May 30th, 2013

When hurricane SANDY hit we were left with 32” of ground water in the below grade switchgear room of one of our Cancer Research Buildings. Even though we were able to kill the power to the gear before the water got to it, the damage to our transfer switches was unavoidable. We needed to get power restored and the transfer switches replaced immediately.

I called Greg Maheux at Chesapeake Mission Critical, explained our situation and before the ink was dry on the PO they had the equipment ordered and quick shipped. The switches were installed and functioning well before I ever imagined. I was impressed with their persistence and attention to detail. They were a welcome bright spot in an otherwise dire situation. I was able to concentrate on other issues due to the confidence level their whole crew provided during the event. We’ve used them many times in the past and will continue to do so in the future.

Stephen D Jacobs
Assistant Director, Facilities
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

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