Case Studies Electrical

BlueNRGY Group

Even the most ambitious company has got to know its limits, especially when overmatched by industry giants. It might prove better to specialize in a couple of areas rather than spreading the corporate capability too thin. Upon careful review, BlueNRGY Group Limited opted to do just that this past spring, finally phasing out the more […]

Electricraft Inc.

As Jon Wesley “Wes” Treder scrolls through the many applications for the San Luis Obispo International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ (IBEW LU639) five-year apprenticeship program, he can’t help but notice a serious lack of hands-on experience. “There are kids coming through who don’t know how to use a tape measure, or understand what a sixteenth […]

CF Electric Inc.

Relationships and reputation can go a long way in determining a contractor’s success. Founded in 2001 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, CF Electric Inc. soon built up a reputation for commercial and industrial reliability with its diverse clientele including BNSF Railway, second only to Union Pacific in railroad network size with 32,500 miles of track […]

Pick Electric Inc.

Flying over Libby Dam in Montana, you see two things: 90 miles of slate blue water, winding below low, sloping mountains and an impressive span of concrete holding that water back. What you don’t see is all the activity that happens inside the dam, activity that allows the 43-year-old structure—that’s more than half a mile […]

Upchurch Companies

In December 2016, Upchurch Companies gave 48 employees at Hermetic Rush Services Inc. a meaningful Christmas gift: job security at a stressful time of year. Hermetic Rush Services provided commercial and residential HVAC services to the Jackson, Mississippi, area for decades, but toward the end of 2016, its owners decided to sell. They approached Upchurch […]

Paige Industrial Services Inc.

As the general contracting company’s history shows, Paige Industrial Services Inc. is not afraid to try something new. When President Devroux Paige founded the company in 1990, it was a residential cleaning services company called Paige Cleaning Services. After a few years, the Washington D.C.-based company evolved into a commercial and industrial janitorial services provider. […]

Mission Glass

In Seattle, Washington, evergreen forests, Puget Sound’s blue waters, glinting high rises and stormy skies all mingle into a color palette unlike any other found in the lower 48. The birthplace of grunge rock and Microsoft, The Emerald City has built a reputation for creativity that places big expectations on the contractors that work within […]

Rock River Electric

This summer, Rock River Electric will host a big event in an even bigger space. After 10 years of business and with a new 12,000-square-foot facility in Colona, Illinois, Rock River Electric certainly has reason to celebrate. Before moving into its new facility in late 2016, Rock River Electric was bursting at the seams of […]

Above All Lighting

As the LED industry continues to develop and improve longer-lasting and more efficient fixtures, lamps and bulbs, Guy Esposito, understands how hard it can be for customers to keep up, and not just because of what’s on the shelf. As president of Above All Lighting, a company that designs, manufactures and distributes indoor and outdoor […]

Muska Electric Co.

Ask a general contractor what it’s looking for among its subcontractors and the answer’s likely to be a streamlined and versatile operator like Muska Electric Co., a fixture in the Upper Midwest’s building trades that will celebrate its centennial in 2019. Based in the Twin Cities suburb of Roseville, Minnesota, and licensed in 15 states, […]

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