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Daniels Engineering Services, LLC provides flexible tailored solutions to fit your needs. With DES you can have benefits of both a Master Electrician and a Licensed Engineer at your disposal. We are located centrally in the capital of South Carolina and are able to provide services throughout the Carolinas and Georgia. We take strides to provide competitive pricing and flexible solutions to our clients.





Our qualifications speak for themselves. Some of our employee's qualifications are listed below.

Professional Engineer

South Carolina LLR

License 32874



Green Building Certification Institute

License 11017058-AP-BD+C

NERC Operator - Reliability Coordinator

North American Electric Reliability Council

License RC201804050

Senior Reactor Operator

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Commercial Contractor - NASCLA

South Carolina LLR

License G120112


Commercial Electrician

South Carolina LLR

License M1010248

Public Electrical Utility Contractor

South Carolina LLR

License G120112


Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

University of South Carolina 

Lightning Protection Contractor

South Carolina LLR

License M1010248


General Radiotelephone Operator License + RADAR

Federal Communication Commission

License PG00044877


Amateur Radio License - Extra Class

Federal Communication Commission

License KK4AIC


Asbestos Consultant/Inspecton


License BI-01570


We service a large range of clients within the Carolinas and Georgia. Some of our clients include:​​


We have a broad range of tools in-house to aid in measurements, testing, and analysis. Some of these include:​

  • Bench Power Supplies

  • B&A Clamp-on Ground Resistance Meter

  • Biddle Digital Low Resistance Ohmmeter (DLRO)

  • Dynatel Underground Utility Locator

  • Eagle Three Phase Power Quality Meter

  • ETAP Power Modeling and Grounding Analysis Software

  • Extech Insulation Resistance Tester

  • Flir Thermal Camera

  • Fluke Single Phase Power Quality Meter

  • Four Wire Earth/Ground Resistance Meter

  • 100KV HiPot

  • Lighting Level Meters

  • Motor Alignment Set

  • Motor Ring Analyzer

  • Motor Vibration Analyzer

  • Owon Oscilloscope

  • 4800A Primary Current Injection Test Set

  • RF Spectrum Analyzer

  • Secondary Current Injection Relay Test Set

  • Soldering & Reflow Stations

  • Polarized Light Microscope

  • Ultrasonic Diagnostic Analyzers

  • Winding Surge Analyzer

  • Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.


One of the most asked questions we receive is "When is an Electrical Engineer is needed?" This can vary depending on circumstances. In most cases, much like if the question was asked if a doctor or lawyer is needed, if you have to ask the question the answer is yes. Many times an engineer could be used to help troubleshoot and commission systems. Even on such a small task this often times saves Owners or Contractor valuable time and money.


The State of South Carolina defines the practice of engineering as the following:


 ["Practice of engineering" means any service or creative work, the adequate performance of which requires engineering education, training, and experience in the application of special knowledge of the mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences to such services or creative work as commissioning, consultation, investigation, expert technical testimony, evaluation, design and design coordination of engineering works and systems, design for development and use of land and water, performing engineering surveys and studies, and the review of construction for the purpose of monitoring compliance with drawings and specifications, any of which embraces such services or work, either public or private, in connection with any utilities, structures, buildings, machines, equipment, processes, work systems projects, and industrial or consumer products or equipment of control systems, chemical, communications, mechanical, electrical, environmental, hydraulic, pneumatic, or thermal nature, insofar as they involve safeguarding life, health, or property, and including such other professional services as may be necessary to the planning, progress, and completion of any engineering services.]


In short, engineers are required by law on most any project that could impact the health, safety, and well-being of the public. In the electrical world this includes the design and implementation of most power and control systems as well as studies for commercial and industrial systems.

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