Charter Steel expansion relies on experienced Electrical Workers

One of the region’s growing steel companies selected an Electricians Work contractor for their expansion project.

Charter Steel is in the midst of building a new $150 million steel mill adjacent to its coil mill and steelmaking operations.

The new rolling mill, which is expected to go online in the second half of 2018, will utilize precision sizing to produce carbon and alloy steel bars for a variety of industries.

About $12 million of the overall $150 million budget will go toward the electrical work. This will provide work for about 25 industrial electricians, who are expected to work more than 100,000 man hours on this project.

All electricians working on the Charter Steel expansion project receive good hourly wages, great health and retirement benefits and free training.

This free industry leading training provides the electricians with instruction on the latest industry technology and processes to allow them to work more efficiently. Furthermore, they also receive mandatory safety training to ensure their safety on the jobsite.

If you are an industrial electrician and want to advance your career, then fill out the form on this page. An Electricians Work representative will contact you to let you know how you can earn quality wages and benefits.