Camp Atterbury’s conference center is a 7,000 sf rustic log cabin designed for retreats and meetings. Gaylor was responsible for all electrical, lighting and communications components throughout the construction process.
The authentic log architecture made running electrical wiring a challenge. To accomplish the task, a 16-inch drill bit was used to drill through individual logs prior to construction of the building. The one electrician on site carefully measured the appropriate location for receptacles and drilled sideways to route out the area. It was difficult and time consuming to figure out how each log was going to line up but was crucial to place the cutouts with 100% accuracy.
The conference center was outfitted with the latest technology. Gaylor installed the tele data and audio visual interface so visitors would have the ability to hold video conferences as well as easily communicate with military staff at alternative locations.