This week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a final rule and made another ruling that would impact businesses in all sectors.
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Weifield Group Contracting was recognized as Service Contractor of the Year for its excellent service to electrical contracting customers. This Denver, Colorado, company has an impressive customer retention rate: 100 percent of the new customers become repeat customers!
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APG Technologies was honored for its work on the low voltage technology systems for the Innovative Science and Technology Building at Florida Polytechnic University. As the principal education center of the university, the Innovative Science and Technology Building contains 160,000-square-feet of space for classrooms, lecture halls, and 37 laboratories.
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Denier Electric was recognized for its work with Mercy Health Systems, which had a vision of bringing world class healthcare to the west side of Cincinnati, Ohio. This vision included the latest developments in hospital design to enhance the patient’s experience. From this vision, Mercy West Medical Campus was born, sitting on 60 acres and includes a 250-bed hospital, 5-story medical office building, a boulevard entrance, and a freestanding two-level parking garage.
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InPwr, Inc. was recognized for its work on the Venyu BTR2 Electrical Project. On this project, InPwr, Inc. provided full turn-key design build electrical installation including design, permitting, construction labor, and procurement of major electrical equipment built to the customer’s final basis of design requirements.
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Beacon Electric Company was recognized for its work on the Banshee at Kings Island. The Banshee is described as the “world’s longest inverted rollercoaster”at 4,124 feet in length covering 13 acres. Its tallest peak is 167 feet. Its speed reaches 68 mph including seven inversions with a ride duration of 2.5 minutes. The average hourly capacity is 1,650 riders. The Banshee opened April 18, 2014, with a final cost of $24 million.
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Central Electric was recognized for its work assuming the design assist role reinforcing national security by adding electrical capacity to a jet repair depot in Hangar 40 at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
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Olsson Industrial Electric was recognized for its work on a comprehensive modernization to the station service electrical distribution system at The Dalles Dam. The Dalles Dam is a 2,100 MW hydroelectric power generation facility that provides power to the Pacific Northwest. It is the fourth largest dam operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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Denier Electric was recognized for its work on the design and construction of a new drug packaging facility for Forest Pharmaceutical. The 200,000-square-foot facility, built to NETA standards, includes offices, warehousing, packaging and component testing areas with pressure clean rooms, air locks, interlocked doors, and HEPA filtered clean room handlers.
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1st Electric Contractors was recognized for its work on the Lamar Station Crossing, a 4-story, 110-unit complex comprised of a mixture of market-rate and income-restricted housing. With units ranging from 530-square-foot live/work apartments, Lamar Station Crossing appeals to families, seniors, students, and young professionals.
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