Smart Building Systems is the consulting engineer for the Atlanta airport’s electrical as-built study. This project involves updating and expanding the existing as-built documentation of the entire electrical distribution system starting from the Georgia power vault to include all applicable voltage levels (4160V, 480/277 V, 208/120 and 120/240 V) panel boards. It includes single line diagram, electrical room layouts with all equipment and panel schedule drawings for all of Concourses E and the Concourse C Midpoint Expansion area. The electrical room layouts document all equipment located on the floor, wall or ceiling within the electrical room and any mounted boxes, enclosures, and wire ways that occupy wall space. This includes equipment that is not part of the electrical distribution system.