When it comes to serving hospitality customers, experience matters. Hotels are typically renovated every eight to 10 years. During the course of the job, electricians need to perform in tight work areas and with other trades literally on top of each other. And the predictable crunch period at the end of the project requires enormous skill and concentration to efficiently complete open items in high impact areas, such as bedrooms, kitchens, lobbies and corridors.
Continental is proud of its more than 20 years of experience we have working with hospitality customers on a wide variety of jobs. The size and diverse skills of our staff give us the ability to ramp up quickly, no matter the size of the job. With our experienced managers and field personnel, we are confident in our ability to stay on schedule. We specialize in Distributed Antenna System (DAS), energy efficient lighting, and digital signage for meeting rooms.
We understand that our hospitality customers have their own customers. Our job is to help them provide the best environment for their customers. Our experience working on projects for hotels, convention centers, restaurants, casinos, resorts, clubs and other hospitality allows us to create elegant — and economical — solutions. Continental is proud to be part of the process that lets hospitality venues provide a “Best in Class” experience for their clientele.
“For more than 10 years, the field personnel and office staff of Continental Electric have consistently exceeded our expectations by delivering our projects on time and meeting our operational goals. From emergency services to major renovations, they have never failed to deliver the level of quality we need. Continental is extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of our high and low voltage needs. Whatever projects we have proposed — from LED lighting to low voltage structured cabling; from power distribution, to DAS, or whatever we may need — they have done it before. We have found Continental’s design and engineering capabilities to be time and money savers for our operations.”