Let us put our experience to work for you

When you already know your requirements we can create purpose-built solutions, and when you’re at a loss for how to connect, control, or automate to best achieve your goals, we’ll come with design ideas. With George T. Hall, you get a partner to solve your critical automation challenges, every time. Download our Company Profile for information on our capabilities.

System Integration System Integration
We modernize control systems so our clients can reap the benefits of smart manufacturing

Thermal & Process Thermal & Process
Seamlessly upgrade combustion & process systems with automation for better control and environmental efficiency

Control Panel Manufacturing Control Panel Manufacturing
Custom control panels are manufactured in our two UL panel shops in California and Nevada

Industrial Services Industrial Services
Our Field Technicians provide programming, calibration, and repair services


Future success starts with today’s specifications

While modernizing existing operations or creating an entirely new control or automation solution seems overwhelming, we start by understanding what you have in place and outlining your long-term goals for your system. Moving through the design and build phases with transparent communication keeps stakeholders informed and builds the long-term partnerships clients value.



We are here to help

When control and automation challenges exceed your available resources, GTH is there as your specialized engineering partner. Our in-house capabilities include system design, EPlan or AutoCAD drawings, and custom UL control panels. With our team of Field Engineers we can also support a wide-range of onsite services including project management, programming, calibration, system troubleshooting, and modernization. Whatever your needs, our team is here to help!

GTH Expertise Solutions
White Paper, UL508A

White paper: Going Beyond UL508A for Safety

This white paper covers how the standard that supplements UL 508A for ICPs relating to hazardous locations, known as UL 698A, builds on the safety standards laid out in UL 508A. The paper also highlights the design and assembly considerations for developing a panel that must follow UL 698A as well as how to find the best partner to help you develop an ICP that will achieve your required UL rating.