It's bad enough when some DIY butchers a little Romex run; but when a professional blatantly ignores code, and defies common sense, it's simply shameful.
This is the service to a restaurant, in a strip shopping center. You can't see the 480v main panel off to the left, but you sure can see the transformer plunked down right in front of the 208/120 panel.
There is also the issue of the breakers being well over 78" from the floor.
John., what they are treating that room as storage ? IMO it not used for storage at all and as far for 480v switchgear that have only main breker or " small " 480v "loadcentre " on the wall which I know it can't be seen by the wall.
As far for the transfomer how it the 480v switchgear is clear path from transfomer ?
Yeah .,, Too tall for top rows for breaker to reach it.
I am pretty sure that is 75 KVA buzzbox size which I know it is common size however.,, I will not put anything top of the transfomer that is nice cooker allright.
Pas de problme,il marche n'est-ce pas?"(No problem, it works doesn't it?)
Oddly enough, there is the required 4" clearance between the transformer and the wall. What is lacking is the working space in front of the panel. Code says 'associated equipment' can project 6" in fromnt of the panel, not more. The transformer has to be 24" deep.