Every construction project is unique; this is especially true for industrial jobs. RMJ always starts with safety. Safety concerns vary depending on the product the owner is manufacturing. Hook-up of owner furnished equipment sometimes proves challenging as well. The equipment is often manufactured overseas with components requiring voltages different than those found in the United States. RMJ researches both the safety and equipment concerns to determine the necessary steps: 1) to provide a safe workplace for employees through engineering controls, PPE or other special accommodation, and 2) to make sure the proper power source (e.g.: isolation transformers, “buck-boost” transformers) is available for the owner’s equipment. Steps 1 and 2 can require special training and atypical procurement procedures.