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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.

Dead Power Outlets

Dead Power Outlets

Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in Chesterfield:
What's the Difference?

Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.

Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.

The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.

Professional and Efficient from
Call to Technician

Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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Latest News in Chesterfield, SC

Soccer fans pour into CITYPARK Stadium for pre-season match Wednesday night

The St. Louis City SC will play its first official match next year. Wednesday night provided a warmup for the team's development squad to break things in.ST. LOUIS — St. Louis has long been a soccer town and now downtown will be a hotspot for soccer fans.St. Louis CITY SC previewed Major League Soccer’s newest stadium, CITYPARK, by hosting one of Europe’s top clubs, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, for an international friendly between CITY2 and Bayer 04, Wednesday night, just prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.Wedne...

The St. Louis City SC will play its first official match next year. Wednesday night provided a warmup for the team's development squad to break things in.

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis has long been a soccer town and now downtown will be a hotspot for soccer fans.

St. Louis CITY SC previewed Major League Soccer’s newest stadium, CITYPARK, by hosting one of Europe’s top clubs, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, for an international friendly between CITY2 and Bayer 04, Wednesday night, just prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Wednesday night’s international friendly featured the STL City 2 team, the developmental squad for the St. Louis SC.

“An international friendly with a Champions League-caliber club is the perfect way to introduce our new world-class stadium and district to our fans, the greater soccer community and the world,” said St. Louis CITY SC President and CEO, Carolyn Kindle. “The Bayer 04 friendly will be the first opportunity for fans to see a match in our new 22,500-seat stadium and sample our best-in-class STLMade fan experience, which will reflect St. Louis’ diverse culinary and music scene, ahead of our inaugural 2023 season.”

The St. Louis City SC will play its first official match as a Major League Soccer expansion franchise next year.

Wednesday night provided a warmup for the team's development squad to break things in. Fans made sure they were there to say they are ready for soccer.

"We’re here to see the opening friendly game for the St. Louis soccer team,” Mel Shedd, a soccer fan on a family outing from Chesterfield, said with excitement.

"I actually used to play on a soccer team,” 10-year-old Wyatt Shedd said.

In fact, he may be the reason his family is here.

"I never would've been paying attention to this whole soccer stuff and he just kind of opened my eyes and I’m like 'Alright...sure...let's do it,'" his father Elias Shedd said.

They are joining the droves of soccer fans who came to CITYPARK Stadium for the very first time. 5 On Your Side was there when the gates opened.

“It's going to be a huge opportunity for our business…for all small businesses that are coming out of the pandemic that all these restaurants have been through, and this is a huge opportunity for 100% local vendors in one stadium,” Danni Eickenhorst of Steve’s Hot Dogs said.

"I'm mostly proud that I feel like the St. Louis community is coming together. I think seeing all the local businesses, local artists,” soccer fan Jonathan Neal said.

There was even live music for soccer fans ahead of the big friendly. Also, before the match, fans got to see the St. Louis City SC's first official team jersey, also known as "kits."

Fans who pre-ordered them were able to grab theirs as Adidas was on hand to offer a free inaugural 2023 season patch to be stamped on the back of the kit.

All of the fun meant battling the frigid temperatures.

"I put on everything I own…It's so cold out. But it's going to be great,” Elias and Mel Shedd said.

A live musician told the crowd that he wasn't going to lie, this was the absolute coldest he ever performed in. But when it means being part of history, it made it all worth it.

"Go St. Louis,” Elias Shedd said.

In addition to food trucks that were on hand outside, there were 52 local vendors inside the stadium.

Wednesday night is offering a sneak peak of what's to come.

Energy, excitement, and enthusiasm welcomes St. Louis SC as we prepare for 2023.

If there's something newsworthy happening where you live send us an email to tips@ksdk.com and our team of reporters will look into it.

Soccer fans pour into CITYPARK Stadium for pre-season match Wednesday night

The St. Louis City SC will play its first official match next year. Wednesday night provided a warmup for the team's development squad to break things in.ST. LOUIS — St. Louis has long been a soccer town and now downtown will be a hotspot for soccer fans.St. Louis CITY SC previewed Major League Soccer’s newest stadium, CITYPARK, by hosting one of Europe’s top clubs, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, for an international friendly between CITY2 and Bayer 04, Wednesday night, just prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.Wedne...

The St. Louis City SC will play its first official match next year. Wednesday night provided a warmup for the team's development squad to break things in.

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis has long been a soccer town and now downtown will be a hotspot for soccer fans.

St. Louis CITY SC previewed Major League Soccer’s newest stadium, CITYPARK, by hosting one of Europe’s top clubs, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, for an international friendly between CITY2 and Bayer 04, Wednesday night, just prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Wednesday night’s international friendly featured the STL City 2 team, the developmental squad for the St. Louis SC.

“An international friendly with a Champions League-caliber club is the perfect way to introduce our new world-class stadium and district to our fans, the greater soccer community and the world,” said St. Louis CITY SC President and CEO, Carolyn Kindle. “The Bayer 04 friendly will be the first opportunity for fans to see a match in our new 22,500-seat stadium and sample our best-in-class STLMade fan experience, which will reflect St. Louis’ diverse culinary and music scene, ahead of our inaugural 2023 season.”

The St. Louis City SC will play its first official match as a Major League Soccer expansion franchise next year.

Wednesday night provided a warmup for the team's development squad to break things in. Fans made sure they were there to say they are ready for soccer.

"We’re here to see the opening friendly game for the St. Louis soccer team,” Mel Shedd, a soccer fan on a family outing from Chesterfield, said with excitement.

"I actually used to play on a soccer team,” 10-year-old Wyatt Shedd said.

In fact, he may be the reason his family is here.

"I never would've been paying attention to this whole soccer stuff and he just kind of opened my eyes and I’m like 'Alright...sure...let's do it,'" his father Elias Shedd said.

They are joining the droves of soccer fans who came to CITYPARK Stadium for the very first time. 5 On Your Side was there when the gates opened.

“It's going to be a huge opportunity for our business…for all small businesses that are coming out of the pandemic that all these restaurants have been through, and this is a huge opportunity for 100% local vendors in one stadium,” Danni Eickenhorst of Steve’s Hot Dogs said.

"I'm mostly proud that I feel like the St. Louis community is coming together. I think seeing all the local businesses, local artists,” soccer fan Jonathan Neal said.

There was even live music for soccer fans ahead of the big friendly. Also, before the match, fans got to see the St. Louis City SC's first official team jersey, also known as "kits."

Fans who pre-ordered them were able to grab theirs as Adidas was on hand to offer a free inaugural 2023 season patch to be stamped on the back of the kit.

All of the fun meant battling the frigid temperatures.

"I put on everything I own…It's so cold out. But it's going to be great,” Elias and Mel Shedd said.

A live musician told the crowd that he wasn't going to lie, this was the absolute coldest he ever performed in. But when it means being part of history, it made it all worth it.

"Go St. Louis,” Elias Shedd said.

In addition to food trucks that were on hand outside, there were 52 local vendors inside the stadium.

Wednesday night is offering a sneak peak of what's to come.

Energy, excitement, and enthusiasm welcomes St. Louis SC as we prepare for 2023.

If there's something newsworthy happening where you live send us an email to tips@ksdk.com and our team of reporters will look into it.

SC Dept. of Mental Health to expand mobile crisis services in Laurens County

The South Carolina Department of Mental Health has received a grant of $3 million to expand mobile crisis services in 10 high-need counties.The U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) made the award as part of a funding opportunity for Community Crisis Response Partnerships.The award of $750,000 annually for four years will allow SCDMH to expand its existing Mobile Crisis program by adding certified peer support specialists to co-respond with master-level clinicians to individuals experiencing a ...

The South Carolina Department of Mental Health has received a grant of $3 million to expand mobile crisis services in 10 high-need counties.

The U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) made the award as part of a funding opportunity for Community Crisis Response Partnerships.

The award of $750,000 annually for four years will allow SCDMH to expand its existing Mobile Crisis program by adding certified peer support specialists to co-respond with master-level clinicians to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis and provide follow-up. In addition, at least one law enforcement agency in each of the ten counties will receive funding for tablets and data service plans to facilitate using telehealth services with Mobile Crisis.

Doing so will increase law enforcement’s options for including mental health professionals as they respond to incidents with mental health components.

SCDMH has begun planning the expansion, which will include: Abbeville, Aiken, Anderson, Chesterfield, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, and Saluda counties.

“These funds will allow us to increase crisis services in areas we have identified as high-need according to reported suicide rates as well as rural areas,” said Beckman Center for Mental Health Services Executive Director Melanie Gambrell. “In addition, the inclusion of certified peer support specialists not only helps increase our available Mobile Crisis staff but also means that in addition to a clinician, individuals in crisis will have someone on-site who understands, often firsthand, what they are going through.”

Mobile Crisis is a statewide, 24/7/365 program created by SCDMH to enhance its crisis services array by providing statewide capacity for on-site, emergency, psychiatric screening and assessment. Program goals are to provide access and link those experiencing psychiatric crises to appropriate levels of care, reduce hospitalizations, and reduce unnecessary emergency department visits.

Mobile Crisis builds and maintains partnerships with local law enforcement, hospital systems, judges, other social service agencies, community providers, and other mental health providers. SCDMH Mobile Crisis is available toll-free at (833) 364-2274.

The SCDMH’s mission is to support the recovery of people with mental illnesses. The Department provides clinical services to approximately 100,000 patients each year, about 30,000 of whom are children.

As South Carolina’s public mental health system, SCDMH provides outpatient mental health care through a network of 16 community mental health centers and associated clinics serving all 46 counties and inpatient psychiatric treatment in three state hospitals. In addition to mental health services, SCDMH provides nursing care to eligible veterans through a network of state veterans nursing homes.

Top stars, best performances in Week 11 of the South Carolina high school football season

Here are the top performances that caught our attention across the state in Week 11 of the South Carolina high school football seasonLogan Jones, Lake ViewWhat didn’t Jones do?The senior standout accounted for five touchdowns and got them three different ways in a 40-32 win over Hannah-Pamplico. Jones, splitting time at tailback and quarterback, ran 14 times for 82 yards and 3 touchdowns, He also caught 2 passes for 49 yards and a touchdown and returned an interception 20 yards for a another score....

Here are the top performances that caught our attention across the state in Week 11 of the South Carolina high school football season

Logan Jones, Lake View

What didn’t Jones do?

The senior standout accounted for five touchdowns and got them three different ways in a 40-32 win over Hannah-Pamplico. Jones, splitting time at tailback and quarterback, ran 14 times for 82 yards and 3 touchdowns, He also caught 2 passes for 49 yards and a touchdown and returned an interception 20 yards for a another score.

Jarvis Green, Dutch Fork

Different Friday, same stuff from the Dutch Fork star. Green had 289 yards total offense and 6 touchdowns in a 63-7 runaway win over Lexington.

Suderian Harrison, Woodland

The Wolverines’ quarterback threw six touchdown passes and ran for another in a 55-14 pounding of Edisto.

Omarion Buckmon, Bamberg-Ehrhardt

Buckmon ran for a touchdown and intercepted two passes as the Red Raiders beat Whale Branch 21-3.

LaNorris Sellers, South Florence

The Syracuse recruit ran for 116 yards and 3 touchdowns while throwing for 168 yards and a touchdown as the Bruins whipped rival West Florence 45-14 in a battle of undefeated teams.

DeQuan Durham, North Myrtle Beach

Durham carried 24 times for 195 yards and a touchdown as the Chiefs held off rival Myrtle Beach 20-14.

Will Young, Brookland-Cayce

The Bearcats lost 35-21 to Gilbert but Young distinguished himself with three interceptions.

Cooper Johns, River Bluff

Johns ran for 227 yards and 5 touchdowns as River Bluff set a school record for points in a 70-21 rout of Chapin.

A.J. Brand, Irmo

The Yellow Jackets’ quarterback was sensational again, throwing for 234 yards while running for 173 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 38-21 victory over Lugoff-Elgin.

Demarcus Greene, James Island

Greene made two big-time plays, catching a 57-yard touchdown pass and returning an interception 99 yards for a touchdown as the Trojans whipped Lucy Beckham 33-7 for the their first region championship in nearly three decades.

Scott Saylor, Carolina Forest

The Spartans’ quarterback threw for 404 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 41-21 win over St. James that clinched second place their region.

John Peeples, Sumter

Peeples ran for 4 touchdowns and over 100 yards as the Gamecocks rolled past Conway 45-0.

J’Shawn Anderson, Hartsville

The Red Foxes’ tailback had another big night, running for 181 yards and 4 touchdowns in a 63-44 win over Wilson.

Tremel Echols, Wilson

Though the Tigers lost, Echols had a fantastic game, throwing for 419 yards and 5 touchdowns while also running for 63 yards and a touchdowns.

Zandae Butler, Wilson

A primary target of Echols, Butler had 167 yards and 4 touchdowns on 6 catches.

Zay Brown, Cheraw

The senior running back ran for eight touchdowns in a 55-42 win over Chesterfield. Among his touchdowns were runs of 42, 63 and 45 yards.

Quay’Sheed Scott, Marion

Scott scored four touchdowns - two rushing and two receiving - in the Swamp Foxes’ 48-0 win over rival Mullins.

Ty Martin, Dillon

Martin ran for four touchdowns in the undefeated Lions’ 41-0 win over Georgetown.

Raheim Jeter, Spartanburg

The Vikings’ quarterback threw for 118 yards and 2 touchdowns while running for 3 touchdowns in a 42-41 thriller over city rival Dorman.

Demarius Foster, Dorman

The 5-foot-8, 163-pound tailback ran 36 times for 263 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Markel Townsend, A.C. Flora

The star tailback ran for over 200 yards and 3 touchdowns as the undefeated Falcons outlasted Ridge View 31-22.

Tyleke Mathis, Saluda

Mathis ran for 108 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt for a touchdown as the Tigers beat Batesburg-Leesville 24-7.

Max Vonhohenstraeten, Bluffton

The senior quarterback tied a school record with six touchdown passes in a 52-22 rout of Colleton County.

Vito Racanelli Shares His 'Out of the Box' Plans for a Reimagined Tempus

When Vito and Amy Racanelli signed on to be the creative forces behind the newly imagined Tempus — an opportunity that followed the departure of the restaurant's acclaimed chef and creative force Ben Grupe — they knew they had only one option: to think completely out of the box."When I got in here, it was amazing," Vito Racanelli says. "But I got to talking and realized that I don't think I'd want to open a restaurant because there's too much pressure. Ben Grupe is an artist, and to follow that up is one har...

When Vito and Amy Racanelli signed on to be the creative forces behind the newly imagined Tempus — an opportunity that followed the departure of the restaurant's acclaimed chef and creative force Ben Grupe — they knew they had only one option: to think completely out of the box.

"When I got in here, it was amazing," Vito Racanelli says. "But I got to talking and realized that I don't think I'd want to open a restaurant because there's too much pressure. Ben Grupe is an artist, and to follow that up is one hard act to follow. It's like being a comedian after Dave Chappelle; who wants to follow that?"

The Racanellis appear up to the challenge. This week, Tempus announced that the husband-and-wife team of chefs were tapped by owner Peter Brickler to help him guide the space in a new direction. Their appointment gives a bit of clarity to the future of the restaurant, which was shadowed in uncertainty after Grupe, its star chef and visionary, departed in late August. At that time, Brickler promised to "restructure and refresh" the restaurant following a brief hiatus. Now, three months later, he and the Racanellis are ready to show the St. Louis dining community what that means.

Their plans represent a dramatic departure from the upscale dining that defined the restaurant during Grupe's tenure. As Racanelli explains, Tempus will cease to be a sit-down restaurant with daily service, but will instead be converted into a boutique events and pop-up space, takeout window, and dinner series venue intentionally designed to be ever-changing.

"Every time you get into the restaurant business, you think of a concept and then find yourself in the walls of that concept, and you are stuck there," Racanelli says. "With this idea, we can tear down the walls; we are not stuck with anything, and we can try all sorts of things."

Though they are eager to showcase a variety of voices at the newly imagined Tempus, the Racanellis will lead the first series of pop-ups in order to feel out the space. Their inaugural event is a ticketed spaghetti dinner that will be held on Wednesday, November 23, the evening before Thanksgiving, and Racanelli is eager to lead.

"We just want to loosen up and keep it simple," Racanelli says.

Following the spaghetti dinner launch event, the Racanellis will turn their attention to a pop-up series called ROOTS: A Culinary Journey. It's an idea that Racanelli has wanted to pursue for some time, as he sees it as an opportunity for chefs to share their stories and showcase their unique journeys.

"It's a way for people to really look at the mind of chef — what were the triggers that motivated that person to want to get into this crazy career," Racanelli says. "There are a million different things, and I want to give chefs like me the opportunity and set a stage for them to explain that and to see the chef as person, as well as the trials and tribulations they went through and how personal this is to them."

Racanelli will kick off the ROOTS series on Wednesday, November 30, by sharing with diners the Italian upbringing that served as the spark for his own culinary journey. Though he does not have a date listed for subsequent ROOTS pop-ups, he teases that legendary Jim Fiala of the Crossing and Acero is on deck for a dinner that he describes as being "like a TED Talk, but for food."

In addition to the pop-ups and special events, the Racanellis will be be operating a Fridays-only takeout concept, "The Window," which will consist of a walkup window on the Newstead Avenue side of the building where guests can order meals to go, including the Racanellis' Big V's Craft BBQ, which had previously been operating out of O'Fallon's now-shuttered Missouri Beer Company. The Window, which debuts Friday, November 18, will open at 11 a.m. and serve until food is sold out.

"It's a bit unorthodox what we are doing, but I think it fits the space," Racanelli says. "There's always going to be a new chapter to it; it's going to be a lot of fun."

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