Successfully Managing Limited-Energy Systems Projects

Limited-energy systems (LES) are becoming an increasingly large part of the commercial, industrial, and institutional construction dollar; and this trend will continue. In time, the market for the installation of distributed building control and communications systems, along with the interconnecting infrastructure, will dwarf the traditional power distribution market. The purpose of this education program is to facilitate the electrical contracting firm’s successful entry and ongoing participation in the emerging LES market by offering a structured program for managing LES business and projects.



Thomas E. Glavinich


University of Kansas

Publication Date:

February 2002

Format & Size:

Spiral bound; x and 147 pages

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