CAD Design

The experienced CAD designers of Aces hold AA degrees in drafting and design using latest AutoCAD Technology. Our CAD design team develops complete drawing packages, such as:

  • Construction drawings – such as electrical, power, grounding, lighting, hazardous area classification, one line diagrams, motor and control schematics, control system wiring and terminations, cable tray, heat tracing, junction box terminations and conduit and cable schedules.
  • Panel fabrication drawings – such as enclosure fabrication, backpan and panel layout with bills of materials, power and control schematics, composite loop diagrams for PLC I/O complete with field termination points, and equipment schematics and termination diagrams.
  • Site or system wiring audits for record drawings for existing control panels and facilities.

Conceptual Design

Aces provides preliminary project conceptual designs which include documentation such as equipment lists, concept drawings or diagrams, functional specifications, project scope of work, and budget estimates for project justification analysis and project approval.

Our staff will provide:

  • System Block Diagram
  • Equipment Lists
  • Engineering Estimate
  • Equipment Estimate
  • Construction Estimate

Control Systems Design

A well-designed control system can reduce both energy and operations costs, while ensuring optimal performance at your facility. Aces provides control system specification and design for both electrical and pneumatic systems. Our experienced staff can provide comprehensive system repair and troubleshooting along with maintenance, system updates and expansion services.

Electrical Systems Design

Aces offers electrical system specification and design for low voltage (<600 Vac) systems. Our experienced engineers and designers provide full facility electrical design including:

  • Bills of materials for procurement and construction
  • Conduit and cable schedules
  • Control systems wiring
  • Grounding
  • Hazardous area classification
  • Lighting
  • One line diagrams
  • Power distribution