One of IMOCO's main services is heavy rigging—the moving of large industrial machinery in and out of facilities—which also requires complex electrical installations. And every company that does electrical contracting is required by state law to employ at least one "qualified individual," a licensed electrician who oversees and directs this type of daily work. As Project Manager for IMOCO, Norman Sexton can do it all. With over 30 years experience as a licensed electrician, as well as the expertise to oversee rigging projects and general industrial construction, Norman is one of the big reasons why IMOCO stays a head above the rest.
Because of Norman and our lead electricians that work under him, IMOCO specializes in turnkey projects for relocating an existing machine or machine line. The process begins with setting a concrete foundation, then the heavy machinery is unloaded and hooked up to all of its necessary utility services (electric, air, water, and/or process piping). The type of specialized industrial electrical work that IMOCO undertakes requires continuing education for both the electrical contractor, Norman, and his crew of lead electricians. For instance, arc flash safety protocol has been developed so that, any time Norman or any of his electricians are in harm's way, they must don a specialized arc flash suit.
With people like Norman on the job, it's no coincidence we have "Equipped Experience" emblazoned on the side of our trucks. Serving companies across a wide spectrum of industries, IMOCO remains the number one industrial construction contractor throughout Western North Carolina and into South Carolina and Georgia.