Susan M. Casey

Freelance Writer

Susan Casey, author of "Women Heroes of the American Revolution," "Kids Inventing! A Handbook for Young Inventors," and "Women Invent! Two Centuries of Discoveries that have Changed Our World," can be reached at scbooks@aol.com or www.susancaseybooks.com.

Articles by Susan M. Casey

February 2007
Capital Electric Construction Co showcases design for top U.S. facility: READ MORE
December 2006
Kudos to Taft Electric for California retail center project: READ MORE
November 2006
Clients benefit from Direct A/V’s sound and communications expertise READ MORE
November 2006
Residential Access Control READ MORE
October 2006
Clients benefit from firm’s sound and communications expertise “We’re fast-track artists,”said Larry Frontino, president, Direct A/V Inc., Hawthorne, Calif. “Some contractors are good at fast track while others are good at submitting an RFI [request for information] and waiting three months for the answer and prodding along on a four-year project,” he said. READ MORE
October 2006
Morrow-Meadows and Apollo Electric make art state of the art READ MORE
October 2006
CLIFF EDGES THE PORTION OF THE PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY that threads its way along the ocean from Santa Monica to Malibu, Calif. Nestled in a canyon on that cliff sits the Getty Villa, a museum built in 1974 by oil tycoon J. Paul Getty and modeled on the Villa del Papiri, a first-century Roman country house in Herculaneum that was buried when Mt. Vesuvius erupted in A.D. 79. READ MORE
September 2006
Electrical contracting businesses garner maintenance contracts in a variety of ways. Some companies snag them as referrals through existing work. Others are the result of a service call to a customer who has had a system failure due to poor maintenance. Other contracts are a given, as in the case with closed-circuit television (CCTV) and audiovisual (AV) equipment. READ MORE
September 2006
THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR IS PART OF A TEAM in retail lighting design. The objective is to get the job completed on time and within budget. Retail stores have one main goal—selling product. A store’s lighting design has become an increasingly important element in accomplishing that objective. READ MORE

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