Without power, business goes dark. As one of the largest commercial and industrial electrical contractors in the region, GEM Inc. is in the business of lighting, powering, and enabling the communications that keep our facilities up and running
GEM serves as the primary contractor for all electrical and cabling design/teladata systems, infrared scanning, installation, solar array electrical and ongoing maintenance. Handling new construction as well as existing building renovations, for both commercial or heavy industrial, GEM’s team is responsible for:
- Lighting fixtures
- Switches and receptacles
- Panels and switchgear that connect a facility to a power source
- The wiring that makes all of the systems work together
Our services and experience cover: power distribution, site utilities, medium voltage, life safety, substations and maintenance, working in hazardous locations, instrumentation and controls, generators, micro turbines and UPS systems, security and camera systems.
With extensive experience in heavy industrial refining, and power segments, GEM’s team of electrical experts are especially adept at working in spaces with on-going operations and causing no disruption to production while maintaining high safety standards which is critical for successful electrical work.
With substantial proven experience, RLG has completed projects spanning a variety of provided services and solutions.
Defiance City Schools institutional construction management
231,000-square-foot 6th through 12th grade school campus becomes home to more than 1,300 students
Turn-key Arconic waste water treatment plant delivered on-time, under-budget
Arconic turns to RLG Cleveland to deliver construction and consulting services from start to finish
Multi-trade coordination supports Chemtrade turnaround
GEM Inc. replaces aging precipitator with a pair of new, electrostatic units
Red Spot Office Michigan Office Design / Build Renovation
Red Spot's Michigan renovation project, a 3,500-square-foot update, created a contemporary professional setting.
The Collaborative turns to Rudolph Libbe Group for its new Toledo studio
The Collaborative recently moved into a 9,660-square-foot renovated studio in downtown Toledo
Renaissance Downtown Toledo Hotel opens for business
GEM electricians, plumbers and insulators completed extensive renovations for the 13-story riverfront hotel
Ford Sharonville Site Management Construction
The 700,000-square-foot expansion will be complete in early May
Ohio Northern University (ONU) Solar
3 MW field solar array on 12 acres of land owned by ONU
Midwest Tape Headquarters and Warehouse Design/Build
135,000 square foot facility provides room to grow
Schütz Container Plant Expansion
Fast-track schedule need for increased production space and capacity
Jones-Hamilton Richburg SC Chemical Manufacturing Facility
New plant increases capacity and distribution footprint in the southern United States
PRO-TEC Continuous Annealing Line Facility Design/Build
Two-year build performs perfectly on startup day