• Hallam-ICS Inspired Engineering

    Inspired Engineering

    Client-centered engineering that inspires better campuses and communities.

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  • Hallam-ICS Inspired Engineering

    Inspired Engineering

    Client-centered engineering that inspires better campuses and communities.

    Learn How

  • Hallam-ICS Inspired Engineering

    Inspired Engineering

    Client-centered engineering that inspires better campuses and communities.

    Learn How

  • Hallam-ICS Inspired Engineering

    Inspired Engineering

    Client-centered engineering that inspires better campuses and communities.

    Learn How

  • Hallam-ICS Inspired Engineering

    Inspired Engineering

    Client-centered engineering that inspires better campuses and communities.

    Learn How

  • Hallam-ICS Inspired Engineering

    Inspired Engineering

    Client-centered engineering that inspires better campuses and communities.

    Learn How

We all have a story...

Our founder's story
Dave Hallam
Read why he started Hallam-ICS, and what being a "ski bum" had to do with it.
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Meet Kosuke Fujiwara
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"I like to overcome the seemingly impossible schedules and space constraints."
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Careers
We look for candidates who match our passion for quality and attention.
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Inspired Solutions

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CUP Control System Upgrade

The control system in the Central Utility Plant (CUP) was approaching obsolescence and needed to be upgraded to mitigate the risk of a hardware failure interrupting manufacturing. We were hired to upgrade the entire control system while keeping the CUP running. The systems were upgraded to the site standard without a single interruption to services.

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Chiller Upgrade Design

This project included the installation of two 1250 ton steam driven chillers to replace three existing steam absorption chillers. Due to the tight space constraints for the project, Hallam-ICS utilized a 3-dimensional model for the piping layout which allowed the project to be completed with the planned schedule and budget while not impacting existing operations.

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Arc Flash Analysis

The Fairfax County Public School (FCPS) system is one of the largest in the United States, consisting of over 250 buildings across 400 square miles, serving 180,000 students. FCPS issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for an "all inclusive" Arc Flash Analysis. Hallam-ICS utilized the 7 steps that ensure the success of a thorough Arc Flash Assessment.

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ISO 9001:2015

Quality-ISO-9001

Our Quality Management System complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for the following scope of certification:

Systems Engineering, Design and Commissioning

Arc Flash Assessments and Electrical Safety Training

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Webinar: Reducing Costs Using Infrared Predictive Maintenance

We’d like you to consider the application of infrared thermography for its predictive capabilities that will save you money on maintaining your facility.

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Recent Blogs
How to Develop a Budget for Arc Flash Compliance

By prioritizing and scheduling your Arc Flash Study over 5 years you can manage the cost and time investment while keeping your facilities safe and in compliance with NFPA 70E.

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Being An ACE Mentor: Benefiting Students While Strengthening The Construction Industry

Fifteen years ago, a co-worker asked me if I would be willing to be a mentor in his place when he had commitments that prevented him from continuing to participate.  Not having any previous experience as a mentor, I did not know what to expect.  Going to my first day as a mentor, I worked with a group of Architects, Contractors and Engineers that works with inner-city high school students to develop a project from a concept to building a massing model to doing a presentation of the project at the end of a fifteen week program. 

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