Project Profiles

Featured Project

Fuyao Auto Glass Plant

Fuyao Glass America is renovating 1.3 million square feet of a former General Motors manufacturing facility for use as an automotive glass plant that will employ 1,500 people when fully operational. Wagner Industrial is providing high-voltage 15-kV distribution, rehabilitating substations, installing bus ducts and equipment feeders, and providing interconnection for owner-supplied equipment at the plant. 

Ohio Governor John Kasich said Fuyao’s investment is in the top 10 biggest Chinese business investments in the country. 


Other Projects

Dakota Prairie Refining


Dakota Prairie Refining is the first greenfield fuels refinery to be built in the United States since the late 1970s. Located in western North Dakota, the refinery is designed to process 20,000 barrels per day (bpd) of Bakken crude oil.  Startup operations began in May 2015.

Wagner Industrial Electric was initially contracted to provide site grounding and site lighting services. The scope of work was increased to include power and control systems in the inside battery limits area as well as the outside battery limits area. Wagner Industrial added savings to the project by providing value engineering to lower the cost of installation and accelerate electrical installation.

University of Cincinnati substation

  • Steel Structure
  • Switchgear Bldg 1
  • Reactors

The University of Cincinnati in Ohio is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 42,000 students. This project consisted of installing of a new 345kV substation. The conversion from 15kV electrical service to 345kV allows the university to purchase their power at transmission rates in lieu of distribution rates, which will provide a three-year return on investment.

Owner: University of Cincinnati
General contractor: Wagner Industrial Electric
Engineer: Patrick Engineering
Electrical value: $1,500,000

Miami University

  • new pad mount
  • Dodds Hall PS33 South
  • Cable vault
  • wire pull
  • new gear

Nationally recognized as one of the most outstanding undergraduate institutions, Miami University is a public university located in Oxford, Ohio. This project consists of installing new 15KV underground distribution loops and a 15kv primary switchhouse, and replacing electrical service gear in multiple buildings to upgrade from 5kV to 15kV.

Owner: Miami University
General contractor: Wagner Industrial Electric
Engineer: Fosdick & Hilmer
Electrical value: $3,200,000