Our project management goal is to complete each project on time and within budget. We coordinate our schedule, manpower and materials with every trade involved in the job. Our management team is responsive and cooperative and will follow through to get the job done.
ServiceNet has a rich history and has been in the area since 1965 slowly growing over the years to its current size with over 100 programs offered to patients. Their newest location will be a brand new facility located at Village Hill in Northampton. This was also the site of the historic State Hospital that closed in 1993. The State Hospital is where ServiceNet started many years ago. Zap is performing all associated electrical with the new building. More to come!
For twenty years the discussion on a new venue for the Council of Aging has been discussed. Last year Mayor Martin and the Town Council approved the funds to finalize that discussion into a physical reality. The new center will be located at 35 Pleasant St., in the home of the old Davis Street School. Earlier this year the school was demolished and work for the Community Center began. Zap is doing all electrical including: interior and exterior power and lighting, switch gear, pad mounted transformer, service, site lighting, and more!
With over 70 programs and services, CHD is one of the largest social service organizations in Western Massachusetts, delivering a broad array of critical services with proven effectiveness, integrity and compassion. CHD has been helping people build strong, productive relationships since 1972. Zap is currently working on all electrical aspects of a new state of the art health care facility on Main St. The job includes new wiring, lighting, receptacles, panel boards, and more.
The Horse Barn, constructed in 1894, is a 1½-story barn with a hip roof, a large off-center open passageway, hip roof dormers in its east and west elevations, and a pair of double-leaf barn doors at the east and west ends of its south elevation. Zap will be performing all electrical aspects of the renovated barn including bringing power to it at its new home on the north side of campus on North Pleasant street.
Constructed between 1971 and 1973 the Du Bois Library rises twenty-eight stories into the Pioneer Valley sky, this monumental building is one of the defining architectural features of the UMass landscape. Zap handled the 6th floor renovation which included new bathrooms, office areas, and lighting.
The Old Chapel at the University of Massachusetts is the most recognizable historic landmark on campus. Designed by notable architect Stephen C. Earle, and built in 1884 when the school was known as the Massachusetts Agricultural College, the building initially served as a multi-purpose facility to accommodate lectures, religious services, a library and reading room. The Chapel was renovated in 1936 to create classrooms in place of the library on the 1st floor and the stained-glass windows were replaced with standard double and triple-hung divided lites. Operating as a classroom building for over sixty years, the building was closed in 1996 due to non-compliant code issues and has remained shuttered for over fifteen years.
New track and turf field
Title IX-related improvements to the locker rooms.
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Inside the court house Zap will be performing major electrical upgrades to bring this building into the 21st century. The project includes providing and installing an Emergency and Standby power distribution system. The system consists of
This project consists of the renovations of an athletic facility into a science laboratory. The renovation will configure former exercise space into a state of the art Science Laboratory. In addition, a portion of the women's locker room and restroom facilities will be reconfigured and modernized.