With over 6,000 miles of streets, highways and tunnels, 790 bridges, 12,700 signalized intersections and 315,000 street lights to be maintained and revitalized; New York City is a continual project in and of itself. Hellman Electric is there ready and equipped to construct, maintain and respond to all the area’s electrical needs for public and private clients alike.
One of the three core Hellman Electric service divisions, Heavy Construction, is the earliest established and has set the standard for comprehensive, quality electrical installations. Our services in Heavy Construction enable us to serve as a subcontractor, prime contractor and design-builder for all types of projects.
Hellman Electric serves all of New York State’s capital authorities and agencies, including the MTA, including all MTA Bridges and Tunnels, MTA Long Island Railroad, MTA Metro North Rail Road, MTA Capital Construction and MTA New York City Transit and MTA Bus. Our team also serves NYS Department of Transportation, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and New Jersey Transit.
Hellman Electric offers a variety of high-quality services to its clients. From ITS to Lighting, Power, Fiber Optics, Safety and Security Systems, Mechanization Systems, Maintenance, Controls and System Integration and Utilities, Hellman Electric is the authority in custom, heavy construction solutions.
The firm provides a broad spectrum of electrical services to the construction industry, providing talent, resources, equipment and professional performance to complete every project on budget and on time. Hellman Electric combines time-tested techniques with leading-edge technology to deliver superior results that consistently exceed clients’ expectations.
The Heavy Construction Division serves various private and public businesses and is recognized for its work and strong relationships with The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, MTA Bridges and Tunnels, New York State Department of Transportation, New York City Department of Transportation, NYC Department of Environmental Protection and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.