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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 Rock Hill:
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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Top 10 Adidas All-American Camp’s Standouts

Rock Hill, S.C. — As the second part of July’s live period looms July 20–24, top-tier hoops prospects around the country are gearing up to make their final impressions on college and pro coaches since they won’t be able to get another glance until Sept. 9, per the NCAA recruiting calendar.This week, 60 of the top players in the Adidas 3SSB duked it out at the Adidas All-American Camp.While multiple stars had eye-catching moments, only 10 made the cut for best individual performances over the past three d...

Rock Hill, S.C. — As the second part of July’s live period looms July 20–24, top-tier hoops prospects around the country are gearing up to make their final impressions on college and pro coaches since they won’t be able to get another glance until Sept. 9, per the NCAA recruiting calendar.

This week, 60 of the top players in the Adidas 3SSB duked it out at the Adidas All-American Camp.

While multiple stars had eye-catching moments, only 10 made the cut for best individual performances over the past three days.

Paul McNeil Jr., 2024, SG: Pro trainers at the camp raved about McNeil’s overall skill set and willingness to improve, staying with drills until he perfected them at each station. That helped him during games where he scored efficiently on all three levels and ramped up the energy for his team on the defensive end.

Ugonna Onyenso, 2023, C: Onyenso showed great footwork in the individual training sessions with elite agility on step-throughs and drop-steps. Onyenso ran the floor well, consistently protected the rim and finished with authority.

Freddie Dilione, 2023, PG: Dilione got downhill at will and efficiently knocked down shots from the perimeter and midrange. His speed bursts off the dribble made him a tough out for guards all week. Easy to see why he’s become such a commodity in the ’23 class.

Mikel Brown, 2025, PG: The young floor general showed efficient range on his three-ball, an innate ability to dictate the right pace in each situation and, more important, the desire to soak up knowledge. Brown stayed in the empty gym during the three-hour break to get impromptu work in with pro skills trainer Mark Edwards.

Baye Fall, 2023, F: Fall brought his trademark motor in every game, using his length to own the boards, change shots and shoot over the top of defenders in the midrange. Fall was also efficient from the perimeter when left open. As he adds strength, Fall’s ceiling could get scary.

Ja’Kobe Walter, 2023, SG: Walter was a fluid scorer and got to his spots consistently against a variety of defensive looks. Walter’s elite skill set helped him to shine in individual drills, leaving Adidas’s pro skills trainers raving about his long-term projection.

Somto Cyril, 2024, C: Cyril led the Adidas 3SSB in blocks (4.3 per game) this summer and that propensity for swatting shots was on full display all week at camp. Cyril served as a major defensive presence all week, using optimal timing on his blocks and forcing slashers to reconsider when he was in the lane. Cyril also showed great agility in the paint and in drills, with good hands and elite ability as a finisher around the rim.

Reed Sheppard, 2023, SG: Sheppard picked his spots well and showed his potential as an on-ball defender, hounding opposing guards on the perimeter. Sheppard continued to pick his spots well on the offensive end, knocking down shots and getting to the rim. Sheppard was also adept as a playmaker, consistently creating easy scoring opportunities for his teammates.

Dink Pate, 2024, SG: Easy to see what all the rave is about with Pate, a long and wiry 6'8" prospect with knockdown shooting ability and a high motor. When he was engaged, Pate was the most intriguing prospect on the floor.

Kaden Cooper, 2023, SG: Cooper’s greatest skill is his ability to impact the game on both ends of the floor. His active hands on the defensive end racked up deflections, his ability to get to the rim is elite and his athleticism is exceptional. Cooper can serve as that “necessary” piece on a team.

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Contractor fights what it calls ‘insider transactions’ in Panthers’ Rock Hill deal

Lawyers for the general contractor hired to build the failed Carolina Panthers headquarters in Rock Hill, S.C., say the company owned by team owner David Tepper wants to use inside sources to finance bankruptcy, court testimony showed Wednesday.GT Real Estate Holdings is the company Tepper created to be the owner and developer of the York County site that now sits idle. The project was hailed to include mixed-use retail and o...

Lawyers for the general contractor hired to build the failed Carolina Panthers headquarters in Rock Hill, S.C., say the company owned by team owner David Tepper wants to use inside sources to finance bankruptcy, court testimony showed Wednesday.

GT Real Estate Holdings is the company Tepper created to be the owner and developer of the York County site that now sits idle. The project was hailed to include mixed-use retail and offices and was purported to be a boon for South Carolina and the region.

GT Real Estate declared bankruptcy June 1 and the project was officially stopped after construction was halted in March in a dispute between GT and the city of Rock Hill over financing.

GT Real Estate now wants to use its parent company, DT Sports Holdings Inc. LLC, to get millions of dollars in loans for the bankruptcy, court records and testimony show.

Lawyers for the general contractor, city of Rock Hill and York County object, say in court testimony and in documents that GT wants what they describe as an “insider” package without marketing the financing to independent third-parties.

In a federal bankruptcy court hearing Wednesday by Zoom from Delaware, Michael Roeschenthaler, the lead lawyer for general contractor Mascaro/Barton Malow (MBM), repeatedly called the attempt “insider” actions.

The proposal has been objected to by MBM, York County, and the city of Rock Hill.

Documents in the case show MBM is a potential creditor seeking at least $26 million. York County claims it is owed $21 million, and the city of Rock Hill claims it is owed $20 million.

In the court Wednesday, Roeschenthaler grilled GT Real Estate chief restructuring officer Jonathan Hickman for hours about Tepper companies being involved in the work stoppage, bankruptcy, and financing plan.

Roeschenthaler claimed GT didn’t properly market the financing to outside parties such as international banks and other lending institutions.

“There is a significant amount of insider transactions concerning this debt,” Roeschenthaler said.

A GT Real Estate LLC North Carolina Secretary of State document introduced as evidence Wednesday by MBM’s lawyers showed Tepper, a billionaire, as the only member of GT Real Estate.

Lawyers for Rock Hill and York County who also were in the hearing said they objected to GT Real Estate using so-called insider financing, testimony Wednesday showed.

One of GT Real Estate’s lawyers, Chris Shore, said in the court that it is clear MBM, York County and the city of Rock Hill would rather see GT liquidate the assets from the failed project rather than re-organize under bankruptcy.

The project already spent $282 million, according to testimony from Hickman. That amount includes $163 million from the Carolina Panthers in loans, plus, $21 million from York County, $20 million from the city of Rock Hill, $15 million from a parking lot sale next to the stadium in downtown Charlotte that was bought and sold by Tepper companies, and $60 million from DT Sports Holdings, Hickman testified under cross examination from Roeschenthaler .

Testimony from Hickman Wednesday, and documents in the case reviewed by The Herald and Charlotte Observer show GT Real Estate is considering alternatives that include a possible redevelopment of the site by a third-party, selling the company’s assets, or liquidating the assets.

Hickman said in testimony Wednesday that the bankruptcy, “doesn’t mean other uses aren’t being considered for the site.”

“All options are on the table,” Hickman testified Wednesday.

The real estate company created by Tepper is reaching out to experts about the property’s value, and looking at alternatives for its use, even as the real estate company goes through bankruptcy, court documents show.

At least two real estate companies have sought information about the site, court documents show.

The 240-acre project along Mount Gallant Road adjacent to Interstate 77 was supposed to include mixed-use retail, offices and several other land uses. A new interchange is being built on I-77 near the site.

There were at times as many as 20 lawyers from different companies and governments involved in the case on Wednesdays Zoom hearing in front of U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Karen Owes of Delaware.

The hearing Wednesday that continued into the late afternoon and may continue into Thursday is just the most recent court action in a flurry of court motions and hearings in the case. Owens still must approve a final agreement about the property and debts, bankruptcy court documents show. It remains unclear when that ruling will happen.

It also remains unclear if Owens will keep the case.

MBM, York County, Rock Hill and other creditors want the case moved to federal bankruptcy court in South Carolina because the taxpayers and residents of the city, county and South Carolina are the most affected.

A date for a hearing on changing the venue for the bankruptcy remains pending.

In a separate civil lawsuit in South Carolina filed earlier this month, York County has sued Tepper Sports Holding and the city of Rock Hill in an attempt to recoup the $21 million. That lawsuit, in which York County called the site the Panthers “failed vanity project,” also remains pending.

Charlotte Observer reporter Gordon Rago contributed to this report. This is a developing story, check back for updates.

This story was originally published June 29, 2022 3:07 PM.

Bankruptcy Audible: David Tepper’s companies could get drawn into failed Rock Hill HQ project

WILMINGTON, D.E. (WBTV) - No one got everything they wanted during a bankruptcy hearing for David Tepper’s real estate company GT Real Estate Holdings. But the faces of attorneys representing York County, Rock Hill and contractors were less glum than the counsel for GTRE after Judge Karen Owens issued her decision Thursday afternoon.Owens would not approve a financing plan (called Debtor-In-Possession/DIP) for GTRE to reorganize and pay off creditors through a loan from DT Sports, another Tepper entity. While Owens indicated tha...

WILMINGTON, D.E. (WBTV) - No one got everything they wanted during a bankruptcy hearing for David Tepper’s real estate company GT Real Estate Holdings. But the faces of attorneys representing York County, Rock Hill and contractors were less glum than the counsel for GTRE after Judge Karen Owens issued her decision Thursday afternoon.

Owens would not approve a financing plan (called Debtor-In-Possession/DIP) for GTRE to reorganize and pay off creditors through a loan from DT Sports, another Tepper entity. While Owens indicated that she would ultimately approve a plan, she potentially opened the door for the possibility of lawsuits from the various government entities and companies that claim they are owed money.

Attorneys for York County, Rock Hill and contractor Mascaro/Barton Malow (MBM) continued to hammer away at the interconnected nature of Tepper’s business empire over the two-day hearing. Their point is that other Tepper entities, such as the Carolina Panthers, should also be on the hook for money owed by GTRE.

“This is one of the most incestuous cases I’ve been involved with or heard of,” MBM attorney Mike Roeschenthaler said during his closing argument.

Roeschenthaler said every entity involved had the fingerprints of Panther’s owner David Tepper on it.

Court records and testimony showed GTRE was mostly backed by other Tepper entities, with $163.5 million coming from the Carolina Panthers, made out as checks, and another $62.5 million from DT Sports.

Rock Hill claims it’s owed $20 million and York County claims $21 million.

An agreement between GTRE and Rock Hill for $225 million in bonds for the Panthers to move its team headquarters and practice facilities to South Carolina never materialized and the project collapsed.

Rock Hill’s counsel argued the bankruptcy proceedings should not close the opportunity for lawsuits because he believed they could “pierce the veil” and prove that other Tepper entities also should be liable for the debts.

That could potentially include Appaloosa Management, Tepper’s hedge fund that made him a billionaire.

Roeschenthaler weaved a narrative showing that Panthers COO Mark Hart, and Appaloosa members Mike Palmer and Jim Bolin were orchestrating the operations of GTRE. Another person appointed as an independent manager after the bankruptcy, attorney Lawrence Rolnick, was also connected to Appaloosa, as Roeschenthaler showed during the hearings.

At one point, Roeschenthaler had GTRE’s Chief Restructuring Officer Jonathan Hickman at a loss for words after Hickman said “the larger organization” had been involved in selecting Rolnick. Roeschenthaler pointed out that GTRE had no employees and only four board members and asked what “the larger organization” was to which Hickman paused and responded, “I just don’t know.”

Even with the questions of insider involvement, Judge Ownes and counsel for GTRE said the debtor-in-possession financing plan was generous and fair to creditors.

But how a financing plan would work with a ruling that allows creditors to sue remains to be seen. DT Sports has to approve of the changes in the DIP plan before the two sides start negotiations over the issues brought up by Judge Owens.

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Put these 2 weeks on the calendar to sample Rock Hill area’s best culinary creations

Two more reasons to try out area restaurants are nearly here.Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week begins Friday and runs through July 31. This year, the event includes six York or Lancaster county restaurants. On Aug. 7, YoCo Taste Trail Week begins. Three dozen York County restaurants are signed on to participate.Both...

Two more reasons to try out area restaurants are nearly here.

Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week begins Friday and runs through July 31. This year, the event includes six York or Lancaster county restaurants. On Aug. 7, YoCo Taste Trail Week begins. Three dozen York County restaurants are signed on to participate.

Both events offer a week of prix fixe menus — multi-course options at a set price. Charlotte Restaurant Week includes three courses at participating restaurants for $30-$45 per person, depending on the restaurant. Queen’s Feast is held for 10 days each January and July. Reservations are recommended.

Area restaurants involved with Queen’s Feast include Fish Market Bar and Grill and Napa at Kingsley in Fort Mill, Old Town Kitchen & Cocktails and The Pump House in Rock Hill, Lily’s Bistro in Lake Wylie and Red Rocks Cafe in Indian Land.

Several of the nearly dozen restaurants new to Charlotte Restaurant Week this year border York and Lancaster counties and are short drives for diners, including Drift on Lake Wylie in Belmont and Juniper Grill in Ballantyne.

Bruce Hensley, partner in Hensley Fontana Public Relations, which owns and operates Queen’s Feast, said in an announcement for this summer’s event restaurants continue to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic and challenges with staffing, supply issues and food costs. Hensley said it’s still a vital time to support restaurants, but the event has plenty for diners beyond the good deed of helping restaurants.

“Summer’s a perfect time to venture out and explore the strong culinary scene all around us,” Hensley said.

Diners who want to get their fill after Charlotte Restaurant Week can participate in YoCo Taste Trail Week Aug. 7-14. In prior years, the YoCo Taste Trail included stops at York County restaurants to try signature items, with prizes for completing the trail. The coming week is the first of what organizers intend to be an annual event.

Interim president and CEO of Visit York County Andy Clinton said local restaurants are part of what makes York County a great place to visit, love and work — one his group is glad to promote.

“With an influx of new development, visitors and talented chefs, the culinary landscape in York County has emerged as a destination for foodies,” Clinton said. “From classic southern BBQ staples to new, upscale dining experiences, there’s something for every palette.”

Participating restaurants will offer two or more courses as part of the promotion. Prices will be $50 or less. Set menus or discounts will be unique to YoCo Taste Trail Week.

Many of the best known restaurants throughout York County will participate. For more, visit visityorkcounty.com.

This story was originally published July 20, 2022 12:39 PM.

IFTA Reporting For The Second Quarter Of 2022 Is Here

ROCK HILL, SC / ACCESSWIRE / July 22, 2022 /The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), was made between the 48 contiguous states and 10 Canadian provinces. Truck owners are required to file IFTA if their vehicle weighs 26,000 pounds or more, has three or more axles, and travels through two or more jurisdictions.The data required to file IFTA includes the number of miles traveled and gallons of fuel purchased in each jurisdiction. ...

ROCK HILL, SC / ACCESSWIRE / July 22, 2022 /The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), was made between the 48 contiguous states and 10 Canadian provinces. Truck owners are required to file IFTA if their vehicle weighs 26,000 pounds or more, has three or more axles, and travels through two or more jurisdictions.

The data required to file IFTA includes the number of miles traveled and gallons of fuel purchased in each jurisdiction. IFTA must be filed quarterly with the vehicle's base jurisdiction so that the base jurisdiction can distribute the taxes to the states where fuel was purchased in.

It's officially time to begin filing IFTA for the second quarter of 2022 and TruckLogics offers an easy-to-use IFTA reporting solution. Truckers can simply sign up for the new "TruckLogics IFTA only option" to generate IFTA reports in just a few minutes. Truckers have an option to add fuel and mileage data manually, via Motive (formerly KeepTruckin), or by using an excel template provided by the TruckLogics system.

Based on the data provided, TruckLogics will generate IFTA reports in the format required by the base jurisdiction. This TruckLogics IFTA-only option comes as a pay-as-you-go model, where truckers can only pay for the reports they generate.

TruckLogics is also popularly known for providing the Trucking Management Solution that helps streamline trucking business operations. Truckers can create loads, dispatches, invoices, track income and expenses, manage truck maintenance, pay drivers, and much more. There is a no-obligation 15-day free trial available for those who want to see if TruckLogics Trucking Management Solution is right for them.

When asked about the start of IFTA reporting for the second quarter Agie Sundaram, the CEO and Co-founder of SPAN Enterprises, the parent company of TruckLogics, responded, "TruckLogics not only offers a simple solution to IFTA reporting for the second quarter but also offers a full Trucking Management Software with a locally-based support team that is available to answer any questions you may have about the software."

The for the second quarter is due by August 1, 2022. Generate an IFTA report now at TruckLogics.com to quickly generate an accurate IFTA report where the tax rates are calculated for you.

TruckLogics, a leading , has been helping hundreds of trucking fleets streamline their business operations with both the full TMS and its recently added IFTA-only option.

, the parent company of TruckLogics creates industry-leading solutions for IRS tax e-filing and the transportation industry. Located in the heart of downtown Rock Hill, South Carolina, SPAN Enterprises is proof that big ideas can grow and thrive in a small town.

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