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Kaiser Electric Installs Backup Generator at Governor's Mansion

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Kaiser Electric, an AGC of St. Louis member, recently completed a three-month project to wire the Missouri Governor's Mansion in Jefferson City. The scope of work included furnishing and installing a 300 kilowatt backup generator for the entire power system, replacing an outdated natural gas 20 kilowatt generator that only powered the security system. The historic Neo-Renaissance structure was built in 1871 on the bluffs of the Missouri River, so finding a conspicuous area to place the new generator on the mansion grounds proved to be a challenge.

About Kaiser Electric
Kaiser Electric has been providing electrical contracting and engineering services to the St. Louis metro area for more than 60 years. The company focuses primarily on industrial, commercial, healthcare, design/build and communications projects and employs 150 field electricians with a fleet of 50 vehicles. Kaiser Electric is headquartered in Fenton, Mo. with divisions in Central Missouri and Southern Illinois.  For more information about Kaiser Electric, visit or call (636) 305-1515. 

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