Power Transmission

Build of Transmission Substation

Rasel is qualified and has experienced to provide electrical engineer,
procure and construct (EPC) services for a complete, turn-key
design/build project. We have an experienced design staff,
electricians and construction professionals with an average of 20
plus years’ experience to expertly manage and construct your next
electrical project.
Our primary company focus began with Power distribution switch
gears and control gears and related markets. In the expansion of our
electrical operations we also targeted medium and high voltage
transmission and distribution work ;we have grown into one of the
premier electrical contracting companies in the ind. region, able to
provide a fully turn-key solution for all your industrial electrical
As a company we offer a wide-range of experience in the areas of
transmission and distribution, power generation, and substation
construction. We possess the expertise and equipment to get the
job done regardless of size or scope.
Our design services are innovative and cost saving. Our projects are
cost effective to build and energy efficient when completed. We
understand maintenance, so our electrical design projects are easy
to maintain.
Rasel has a staff of design professionals to perform any electrical
design project.We are licensed as registered professional Engineer
in Iran and overseas markets.
We specialize in fast track, design build projects to provide the best
response time and quality to the demanding needs of customers.
We perform all elements of design in house. We utilize Auto CAD
computerized design/drafting , Solid Works , Etap , Eplan & …. Our
professional electrical project estimating department produces
accurate project budgeting and pricing.
We have considerable experience and expertise in performing the
following electrical studies and analysis:
Arc Flash Hazard Study to identify protective clothing requirements
for plant electricians.
Short Circuit Study to evaluate the power systems design to
withstand fault currents and avoid resultant fires and equipment