The Food and Drug Administration building , in White Oak Maryland, recently added additional buildings to its campus. Honeywell was awarded this project as the general contractor and TEI was subcontracted as the electrical contractor. This fixed price contract took place on an occupied research lab campus. Our team managed to efficiently work through the different phases of construction to meet the required expectations and deadline for this project despite the harsh polar vortex winter and an unexpected amount of snow. The work provided by TEI included: installation of a 12.5 MW generator plant consisting of five generators, parallel switchgear, and transfer switches. The amount of work completed by subcontractors was 5%, which included excavation, concrete, rigging, and crane services. The description of work completed by TEI entailed: underground duct banks, interior GRC feeder conduit, primary cable feeders and termination, provided and installed generators, and transfer switches. Utilizing our prefab department allowed us to facilitate duct banks by building them indoors during the harsh winter. The complexity of this job was the coordination to keep the campus up and running while installing and intergrading transfer switches into the main 13.2 KV feeders supplying the campus during operational hours.