When it comes to commercial projects, customers want a reliable, worry-free electrical system installed. The area’s top locally owned contractors are looking to hire experienced commercial electricians to safely perform commercial electrical work.
The region’s top contractors employ the most highly trained and reliable workforce in the industry, who perform work safely and correctly the first time, to ensure projects finish on time and on budget.
Electricians Work and our associated contractors are looking to hire experienced commercial electricians who are committed to working together, and ensuring that the focus of every individual’s effort is on completing the project safely, on time and on budget.
They are in need of electricians with some of the following experience:
- Installing new wiring and repairing old wiring
- Installing receptacles, lighting systems and fixtures
- Planning and installing raceway systems
- Troubleshooting and repairing electrical systems
- Planning and initiating projects
- Establishing temporary power during construction
- Establishing power distribution within the project
- Establishing a grounding system
- Providing power to HVAC systems
- Installing fire alarm systems
- Installing and repairing outdoor lighting and outdoor power feeders
- Installing energy management systems
- Erecting and assembling power generation equipment
- Installing security systems
- Installing, maintaining and repairing lightning protection systems
- Installing and repairing telephone and data systems
Top regional contractors also pay for their employees to receive continuing education requirements to insure electricians refine their skills and keep current with new techniques and equipment every year. This ongoing training also includes the latest in safety classes necessary for 30-hour OSHA certificate; NFPA 70e arc flash/blast training and first aid that includes CPR, bloodborne pathogens and Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
The Electricians Work contractors are licensed, with comprehensive insurance and bonding protection. Furthermore, each contractor wants their electricians to follow the safety guidelines, as established by regulations.