Eldor Awarded Contract for Stony Brook University Project

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Holtsville, NY — Eldor Contracting Corporation (Holtsville, NY, www.eldor.com), one of the New York-Tri-State area's largest electrical construction and renewable energy companies, announced that it has won a $16.8 million contract awarded by the State University Construction Fund for an extensive electrical works project at Stony Brook University (www.stonybrook.edu) and Stony Brook University Hospital (Stony Brook, NY). Eldor is serving as the general contractor and electrical contractor on the project which includes the installation of new electrical duct bank and conduits for future transmission feeders throughout the Eastern and Western campuses of the university.

According to Eldor Vice President and Principal Alan Lang, the project was precipitated by the 1,039-acre campus' aging infrastructure, and the need to accommodate future growth plans. Those plans include the construction of new dormitories and an expansion at the hospital. Eldor will be implementing the project while school is in session on the active Stony Brook University campus which has over 23,000 students.

Approximately 3 years ago, Eldor provided services at Stony Brook University for electrical construction services involving the installation of a new 69 KV electrical substation servicing the entire college campus and Stony Brook University Hospital.

About Eldor Contracting Corporation

Founded by current President Nicolaus P. Feldmann over 35 years ago, Eldor is one of the New York-Tri State region's largest electrical contractors. Operating from its sustainable corporate headquarters in Holtsville, NY and another facility in College Point, NY, the company offers end-to-end services. They including: electrical contracting, value engineering, procurement, construction and renewable energy solutions. Eldor is recognized for its proven track record and problem-solving capabilities on even the most complex, challenging projects. Eldor employs a highly qualified, credentialed team of professional engineers, superintendents, project managers, foremen, journeymen and apprentices - each fully-trained and committed to delivering projects on-time, on-budget and to specifications. Eldor has approximately 200 employees. The company's executives are well-respected within the industry as reflected in their leadership roles within relevant industry associations such as the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). Eldor also holds key certifications such as those of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and North American Board Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) as well as active membership in organizations including the New York State Energy Industries Association (NYSEIA). For more information, visit: www.eldor.com