hey, been away for a few days(offline). The job is comming along great. we are putting the final touches on the interior lights now, and are about to start plugging, and switching...ha ha ha...swiching...there are literally only two 20A SPST switches in the whole place...everything is either constantly fed, or is switched by a contactor or time clock/photo cell. I have yet to lay my eyes on an ansel system, which should be here any day now. The site guys are busy trenching for my lot lights(20 footers) all I have to do is run the conduit, and pull the wires, and prefab up the heads on the poles, the GC is taking care of setting the lights....luckilly our shop has a crane for this stuff if it was up to me to set the poles(gotta get that CDL ASAP!!!)
As far as surprises go, I have only had one...a light in the wall of the cabinet where you line up to order was not on the prints....and I have no lighting circuit under there....I probably should have added a spare pipe for this but hey, I guess "next time" will have to be sufficient. I told the GC about this situation, and he didn't see anything wrong with having the light on all the time....problem solved!! Thanks again for all the input, I really appreciate it!!
Last edited by Clydesdale; 10/02/07 09:59 PM. Reason: speling...lol