→ We speak electric !


→ We are connecting ideas and we activate all of our resources so that we can successfully close the circuit.

→ We’ve got the skills and the best ways to organize the development of the entire technical process, from the designing stage to commissioning.

→ We operate confident in our knowledge.

→ We are only doing the things for which we are perfectly trained and we’ve got all the necessary certifications for our projects. We are electrical engineers, project managers and project supervisors, authorized by The Romanian Authority for the Regulation in the Energy Sector (ANRE).

→ WATT UNIT is ISO 9001/2015, ISO 14001/2015, ISO 27001/2018, ISO 50001/2019 and ANRE type Bp certified.

As a unit of professionals, we provide services in a variety of areas:

As promoters and developers of integrated power systems, we aim to infrastructure, buildings and industrial projects involving major investments in the long term. No work is too big. We burdens challenge and stimulates complex electrical systems without flaws or inhibitions.

We specialize in:
• electrical installations for buildings;
• industrial electrical installations, industrial control and automation, SCADA;
• street and ambient lighting;
• lightning conductor;
• electrical installations based on renewable sources;
• case inteligente;
• integrated building management systems

Authorized partner of Schneider Electric Romania, Watt Unit designs and builds electric panels in conformity with SR EN 60439.1. Every panel is audited to a rigorous, quality assurance/quality control checklist:
1. Assembly examination;
2. Dielectric and insulation tests;
3. Protection and continuity check;
4. Thermal limits check;
5. Dielectric properties check;
6. Continuous short circuit current check;
7. Protection circuit reliability check;
8. Checking air insulation distances , a surface insulation distances
9. Mechanical trials;
10. Checking the degree of protection. *Tests provided by panel manufacturer.;

Watt Unit designs and builds:

Distribution electric panels between 800A – 4000 A:
– in conformity with SR EN 60439-1;
– functional or universal system;
– metallic structures and encasings;
– extensible;
– modular;
– IP 30, 31, 40, 54, 55.

Distribution electric panels up to 800A:
– in conformity with SR EN 60439-1;
– functional or universal system;
– metalic structures and encasings or polycarbonate;
– extensible;
– modular;
– IP 30, 31, 40, 54, 55.

Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) electric panels:
– two to three sources switching (JT si MT);
– mecanical and electrical protection;
– test and tuning acess.

Reactive energy compensation panels:
– automatic step batteryes;
– echological dry capacitors;
– condensation contactors;
– automatic step regulator;
– electronic display.

Electric monitoring panels:
– measurements with low voltage grid analyzer.

Automation and control panels:
– functional or univesal system;
– metalic structures and encasings or polycarbonate;
– extensibile;
– IP 30,31, 40, 54, 55, 67.

Custom panels:
– pulling mechanisms (including naval field);
– drainage plants;
– sewerage treatment plants;
– wind mills;
– ventilation systems.

Site supervisor:
– Check projects and their quality;
– Finds any shortcomings and seek clarifications / completions from engineer;
– Check for decisive stages in project and program quality control;
– Check for the building permit;
– Follows the execution of construction in accordance with the provisions included in the technical design, drawings, memos, brochures, specifications, contractual caluzes etc;
– Participate in selection of providers, equipment and materials for the project execution;
– Provides technical assistance and advice to the beneficiary and executor;
– Organizes and governs meetings conducted during the decisive phase;
– Draws up the minutes of phases (their signing by all stakeholders);
– Follows the execution of works in accordance with the schedule attached to the contract;
– Check and approve the payment / payment certificates;
– Check and accept the variation orders as required by the Engineer / Employer;
– Participate in partial and total commisioning of work performed;
– Ensure compliance with safety procedures on site;
– Maintain relationships with subcontractors and local authorities;
– Follow compliance of execution technology.

Project manager:

– Is responsible for the successful implementation of project activities and achieving planned results;

– Proposes, chooses and adapts the set of project procedures and forms (methodology) after the project will commence;

– Weekly supervision and management of the project team (made up of contracted providers and staff of the beneficiary);

– Participate in various meetings and events concerning the project.

– Is responsible for project management — organizational and conceptual;

– Ensure proper communication, discussion and feedback between the different participants in the project;

– Draws up detailed work plans monthly and ensures their implementation;

– Ensure the timely execution of activities;

– Organizes and coordinates the procurement of goods and services in the project;

– Supervises the activities and makes shure they are on schedule;

– Facilitates cooperation between participants in the project;

– Performs works and studies according to personal expertise;

– Must ensure the project set parameters: time requirements, cost, quality level, etc.

– Organizes and runs the project management regarding standards and legislation in force:

1. organizing and carrying out the project: initiating, planning, monitoring and closure of the project (Project Integration Management);

2. specifying deliverables and requirements management, planning and getting approval (Scope Management);

3. developing and managing the execution schedule (Time Management);

4. achievement and budget management (Cost Management);

5. deliverables quality assurance and control, verification and inspection (Quality Management);

6. organizes the collection, distribution, storage information, organize project meetings, getting project minutes (PV), project status reporting. (Communication Management);

7. identify, analyze and monitor risks (Risk Management);

8. organizes manages the project team (HR Management);

9. organizes procurement (selection and contracting of suppliers) and manages closed contracts (Procurement Management).

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