Claire Swedberg

Freelance Writer

Claire Swedberg is a freelance writer based in western Washington. She can be reached at claire_swedberg@msn.com.

Articles by Claire Swedberg

November 2006
Quantum Electric reworks Bellevue ICU READ MORE
November 2006
Partnership extends Direct A/V’s reach Until 2004, HBO’s West Coast office was at the top of a Century City, Calif., high-rise. The office—where decisions were made and original television programs and movies were screened—was due for a change, according to HBO’s director of West Coast facilities, David Greenwood. READ MORE
November 2006
Phoenix light rail system under construction READ MORE
November 2006
Backup power for commercial/industrial/institutional (CII) facilities READ MORE
October 2006
Gaming, resorts and hospitality make the move to digital Nearly every casino in the United States is somewhere in the cumbersome transition from analog to digital recording and cameras for its surveillance systems. How far along they are in that shift depends on state standards, the size and age of the existing security infrastructure and what a casino owner is willing to spend. READ MORE
October 2006
Partnership extends contracting reach Until 2004, HBO’s West Coast office was at the top of a Century City, Calif., high-rise. The office—where decisions were made and original television programs and movies were screened—was due for a change, according to HBO’s director of West Coast facilities, David Greenwood. READ MORE
October 2006
KNOWLEDGABLE CONTRACTORS HAVE AN ADVANTAGE: training has given them the leg up for decades. But as technology changes and the needs of end-users evolve with it, ensuring your electricians can provide the best quality work is more difficult. Skilled training requires more effort than it used to. READ MORE
October 2006
Adams, Berwick Join for Hospital Addition One of the largest construction projects in the city of Pueblo, Colo., the four-story tower and cancer unit measures 220,000 square feet. Connecting them is the Healing Garden for use by cancer patients. The electrical contract was approximately $7 million, but the overall cost was $59 million. Construction began in 2003 with St. Mary-Corwin’s bed tower. READ MORE
September 2006
Nanoscience stands poised to change electrical work   READ MORE

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