Power Systems Design was incorporated in 2002 by Bruce W. Irvine, PE and Ronald L. Smith. The business was started with the concept of performing turnkey projects for the electrical industry. This concept is well received in the industrial area and is starting to spread into the utility business. It is a well recognized concept to narrow responsibility to a single source an provide for an efficient and cost effective project.

Not all clients are ready for this method of project implementation so we are equally qualified to follow the classic route of design and engineer with specifications for contractor bidding. We are open to satisfy your engineering needs with whatever best suits your situation.

Although Power Systems Design prefers to provide our customers with a not-to-exceed engineering cost, we can provide you with an hourly rate schedule upon request for any project that you may have. Power Systems Design believes a not-to-exceed engineering cost is the best approach for our customers to have when planning and budgeting projects.

Though the business is new and growing, the team's extended experience in the electrical field allows us to draw upon a vast wealth of knowledge to bring you innovative and timely solutions for your needs. The business is dedicated to serving its clients by providing quality engineering and support no matter how large or small the project.

The business is in the process of establishing a Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance Program. We have an established safety program and employees are familiar with the hazards associated with the business. New hires are trained and partnered with seasoned personnel prior to exposure to field work.

Power Systems Design is registered and authorized to perform engineering services by the Ohio Board of Professional Engineers and Surveyors. Our office is located near the Akron-Canton Airport in North Canton, Ohio and provides engineering services throughout Ohio and the surrounding states. Mr. Irvine holds the license of Professional Engineer in Ohio and Michigan. Bruce is currently finalizing the paperwork and should hold the license of Professional Engineer in the states of North Carolina and Pennsylvania in the near future.

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