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Civil electrical works refer to installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems in buildings and other structures. These works are typically carried out by a team of electricians and electrical engineers who are responsible for ensuring that the electrical systems in a building are safe, reliable, and meet all necessary regulations.

Some common examples of civil electrical works include:

  1. Wiring and cabling: This involves installing and connecting electrical wiring, cables, and other components necessary for adequately functioning electrical systems in a building.
  2. Lighting: Installing lighting systems in a building, including wiring and installing light fixtures, switches, and other electrical components.
  3. Power supply: Ensuring that a building has a reliable power supply, including installing and maintaining electrical transformers, circuit breakers, and other components.
  4. Safety systems: Installing and maintaining safety systems such as fire alarms, smoke detectors, and emergency lighting.
  5. Electrical testing and inspection: Carrying out regular electrical testing and checking to ensure all electrical systems function correctly and safely.

Civil electrical works are an essential part of any construction project, and it is crucial to work with experienced and qualified professionals to ensure that all electrical systems are installed and maintained to the highest safety and efficiency standards.