Safe Electrical Solutions for Roads and Bridges
In 2017, with northwestern Wisconsin’s roads, bridges, crossings, interchanges, and roundabouts under construction, repair, or rehabilitation, driving will be treacherous on I-94 between the greater Minneapolis/ St. Paul area in Minnesota and Eau Claire, Wisconsin. New electrical wiring, brighter and safer lighting and fiber optics cable systems provide for future growth in an already growing area. On this stretch of I-94, cities have grown, industrial areas have expanded, public transit has advanced, and now the highway and surrounding infrastructure are either in need of repair or expansion.
Highways and bridges in various stages of repair or maintenance need better and brighter lighting to make our roads safer places for humans and for wildlife who frequently travel the area. Along with the population, crime has grown in dark city areas near highways and roads. Homelessness has flourished under bridges, near parks, in parking lots, and along pedestrian paths. Adding lighting to certain areas reduces crime and other city problems, and shines a light on positive characteristics of a city’s charm. Investments in lighting provide the elements of safety and security to municipal, industrial, and even to rural areas. Water treatment and city utility facilities’ lighting systems protect health and welfare. Public institutions like schools and hospitals, linked to signs along the highway, need light to help folks find their way.
All of these construction projects along I-94 provide justification and proper timing for cities along the well-travelled route to brighten their futures with imaginative and innovative infrastructure projects that illuminate new possibilities. Funding from national sources available due to the election opens new possibilities to add infrastructure and security to areas once only repaired or improved occasionally. Contact us at Neo Electrical Solutions for advanced design ideas, fast estimates, and cost-effective bid proposals for all your upcoming development projects.