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ADVISORY BOARD CALENDAR

May 19, 2004

Calendar # Submission # Applicant Name and Address

Type of Request

Installation Location

Status

Fee

45356CO2

03A0652CO2

Qncc Electrical Contracting Corp.

86-40 122nd Street

Requested approval for the electric service equipment proposed to be installed

Jacobi Medical Center

Approved

$0.00

Richmond Hill Carryover from December 17, 2004 meeting.

NY

11418

Bronx

NY

Approved

$0.00

Hold

$0.00

Random House 235 West 55th Street

New York

NY

Carryover from December 17, 2003 meeting. 1) Key interlocking scheme was not provided. 2) The type of barriers was not provided. 3) Selectivity curves for the circuit breakers was not provided. 4) The drawings were not submitted in an Advisory Board format.

Requested approval for use in New York City of your Natural Gas-ENI 830; Diesel-ENR 750.

New York Carryover from January 14, 2004 meeting.

NY

10036

Requested approval for the electric service equipment proposed to be installed

45413CO

48335

45419CO2

45388CO

DEP Spring Creek Project

Flatlands Avenue

Brooklyn

NY

Denied

$0.00

03A0700CO

DTE Energy Technologies 37849 Interchange Dr.

Farmington Hills Carryover from December 17, 2003 meeting.

NY

04A0017CO2

L.K. Comstock & Company, Inc. 1560 Broadway-Suite 1214

03A0683CO

Gartech Electrical Contracting Corporation Requested approval for the electric service equipment

4120 Baychester Avenue

Bronx

NY

10466

prop

osed to be installed

45442CO2

04A0024CO2

Electric Light & Power, Inc.

463 Wild Avenue

Requested approval for the electric service equipment proposed to be installed

Atlantic Terminal 139 Flatbush Avenue

Hold

$0.00

Staten Island

NY

10314

Brooklyn

NY

Carryover from February 18, 2004 meeting.1) Provide 2nd egress from generator enclosure. 2) ATS-6-1 undersized. 3) Show fire pump information. 4) FCO not permitted at 480V. 5) Switch and fuse required for fire alarm FBR, not circuit breaker. 6) Generator breakers should not have GFP. 7) Short circuit calculations.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

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