WHAT WE DO

Project Management

A good estimate is followed up by a solid project management plan.

Project Management it is best described as a roadmap that you can start from, which will help you keep the project under control. and organized. There are always changes , time constraints and unexpected situations but if you have a roadmap then it should help you deal with those changes. Project management as well as estimation is like a living organism that needs and will adapt over the course of the project. However, a general roadmap should include pre-construction planning activities, team selection, scope and contract review, administrative setup, buying process, material handling, layout , scheduling , etc. This roadmap should include and address:
Change Order Logs
Request For Information Logs
Suppliers /Vendors Comparison and selection spreadsheets
File System checklist
Submittal Logs
Buyout Process logs
Tracking material and labour status reports
Labour productivity reports
Submittal / Transmittal Forms
Purchase Order Forms
Field Changes and Red line tracking logs
Schedules and Gantt Charts
Communication with subs, eng, owners, other trades logs
There are many other forms and it all depends on the requirements of the job and the size of the job , to what extent you need to implement them.

A good estimate and solid project management plan is only as good as field implementation , management and control.

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Fast, Easy and Simple Panel Building Procedures in our Chilliwack Shop!

Electrical Safety
Safety is not just a slogan but a standard and way of doing business. Our professional electricians hold safety as the highest priority, no matter the service they provide. They ensure that all of the equipment installed and serviced is grounded, tested, and most importantly safe before they leave your property. There are many ways one can do an installation but on safety, there is only one and we don’t take shortcuts.
Written Warranty and Statement of Completion
Included with our services is a written warranty/ statement of completion. Sometimes such statements are required by strata complexes, insurance companies, banks, or private stakeholders. A written warranty/statement of completion includes details of the work done, the purpose of installation, and references to the electrical and panel building standards. Furthermore, our panels are CSA or Intertek certified or EU, UL markings.
Efficient Assessment
When troubleshooting we cannot guarantee the amount of time that a project will take as every electrical equipment and installation is different. However, all of our technicians are experts and can formulate a time frame based on past and similar projects, and explain their work so you understand how the work will be done. For new assembly, new built, alterations, and manufactured products we can provide you with an upfront cost.
BatCO Tech Exclusive Guarantees
Because we focus on quality not quantity, we feel comfortable to offer 100% satisfaction guaranteed .

Serving The Industry And The Community

15 Years of Trust, Knowledge, and Experience

ABOUT US

Shaping the Future for over 16 Years!

BatCO Tech was 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 winner of the Automation Only “Excellence in Customer Service” award. You could say that we know our way around your electrical systems! Our Fraser Valley & Lower Mainland electricians have been serving their communities with pride. If you’re in need of help, give us a call.

Area we Service

Fraser Valley

  • Abbotsford
  • Mission
  • Chilliwack
  • Sardis
  • Hope
  • Agassiz
  • Harrison Hot Springs
  • Aldergrove
  • Maple Ridge
GVRD

  • Langley
  • White Rock
  • Pitt Meadows
  • Coquitlam
  • Port Coquitlam
  • Port Moody
  • Burnaby

Fraser Valley best choice for safe electrical systems.

When it comes to electrical systems don’t take chances and have your done properly. A simple loose wire can create a fire. That’s way we use Quality Control measures to ensure that we maintain a safety and quality standard on all projects.

Why should you have a control panel manufactured and installed by BatCO Tech?

Food & beverage processes relay on technology that is easy to adapt and still adhere by the ever increasingly stringent food safety standards. We participate and partner with suppliers that similarly understand the complex needs of breweries, bottling stations, processed food, meat processing, dairy, and bakeries.
A panel starts with an engineered diagram with selected components that seemingly integrate with each other. If we don’t have a functional diagram then we will create one together with an I/O diagram, power distribution, BOM, block, and layout diagrams.

How does an control panel work?

A control panel is made of different components and each panel will be different based on the purpose that it will serve. But in general all panels will follow the same standard and components:

  1. Power Supply
  2. Processing and Computing Components
  3. Signaling and Control Equipment
  4. Communication Equipment

Each component will include various parts such as relays, safety switches and protection, human iterface, alarms, filters and motor control. A panel follows a logical ladder that utilize the components listed above to act as programed and designed
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What are the benefits of having a panel build to certifiable standards?

For one is to ensure that no contaminants are entering the process. A system that is not calibrated and doesnt integrate and communicate with the other components wel, will not desinfect, measure and control each step of the food manufacturing process.

How should I ensure that my panel will be built properly?

A panel shop needs to adhere to tested procedures and standards.
Once built a panel shop should also offer you the option of site installation so they can also do all the testing and calibrations as needed.