Third Coast Electric Lights Up Award-Winning Project: ABC Training Alumnus Marks Biggest Development Yet

    Sean Fisher never imagined he would one day be the owner and operator of his own company. But through hard work, he did just that. Now that company is not only celebrating their largest project to date, but is recognized as an award-winning Excellence in Construction® recipient. He may not have planned it, but he has always let the quality of his work guide his future.
    “I would love to say I knew this was always going to be my plan – my future,” said Fisher. “But honestly I have always believed if you worked hard and did your best that good things would happen for you, and that is exactly what happened.”
    Third Coast recently completed the multi-building Forestbrook Park condominium project located in Walled Lake, and were pleased to be nominated and then selected to receive an Associated Builders and Contractors of Southeastern Michigan Excellence in Construction® Award.
    “We worked with Tower Construction to provide our client, Schafer Development, an amazing multi-unit state of the art condominium facility,” said Fisher. “We were responsible for all of the interior as well as exterior electrical on the project and although it was challenging in providing independent elements for each condo, we were up for the challenge and proud of the work we accomplished.”
    Utilizing the latest in energy efficiency and creative applications of LED lighting throughout each unit, Fisher believes this is the most energy efficient project from design, planning and construction he has ever worked on. Also, the scope of the development with three separate buildings that house 20 units, Fisher relates this project to wiring 60 residential homes.
    “These are fairly large units, 700+ and 1000+ square feet each with accompanying garages, and we had 60 of them to do, in addition to all of the exterior lighting on the building and parking lot,” said Fisher. “Keep in mind these all have sperate systems independent of each other and isolated heating and cooling systems – essentially independent of other elements in the building. It has certainly been the largest project we have taken on as a company, but well within our scope and ability to do. The fact that we have been recognized for the quality of our work is gratifying to know that what we do doesn’t go unnoticed.”