We were asked by a repeat client to design and build an alteration to an existing commercial strip building in Weston. The building had four minor tenants and a major tenant that was going out of business. The store’s lease was up December 31st so it was the owners wishes to start the renovation as soon as their space was turned over. We obtained the permit in early December and did minor preperation work prior to their expired lease. On January 3rd we started full demolition. The objective was to split the building leaving only three minor tenant spaces and demolishing the remainder of the building to make way for a new free standing bank. Once the building was separated and demolished we had to build a new end wall to secure the building. The challenge of the project was to keep and transfer the electrical and telephone service out of the existing electrical room since it was being demolished and relocating it without disrupting service to the remaining tenants. Working closely with FPL, we had to cut off the power at 11:00 p.m. at night and work until 3:30 a.m. We utilized a mobile generator for thirty-six hours while we worked on the change over. The night work included taking out the old service wires, tying in new underground conduit and the next day pulling the new wiring and setting up the electrical service for the energizing of the existing tenants.