While the Lord may work in mysterious ways, the electrical workers who work for an Electricians Work Contractor work diligently, safely and according to code while performing work at the St. Joseph Motherhouse.
A five-man crew is performing $1.4 million in electrical work to help create 26 new residential suites for the Sisters who make up the Congregation of St. Joseph. This same crew is also building a new chapel as well for the Sisters.
An estimated 12,000 man-hours will be needed to perform the work on the Motherhouse, which is located in Rocky River.
The religious order, which dates its Jesuit roots back to 1650 in France, picked an Electricians Work Contractor because they not only treat their employees well, but their electrical workers also perform top-notch work.
On a project with a limited budget, where every penny counts, it is vitally important the work is performed correctly the first time. This helps reduce maintenance cost down the road and also reduces needless spending.
The men and women who work for an Electricians Work Contractor are highly skilled and highly trained perform top-quality work correctly the first time. These same tradesmen and tradeswomen also receive great pay benefits, free training and work in a safe environment.
If you are an experienced and skilled electrical worker and want to advance your career, then fill out the form on this page. An Electricians Work representative will reach out to you and discuss how you can earn more money, better health and retirement benefits, plus work on important projects such as the St. Joseph Motherhouse.
When people stay in a hotel, they expect to be safe and protected from reasonable dangers.
One way hotel chains and their ownership groups ensure the safety of their customers is by hiring top contractors to build their hotels.
In the case of the Madison Village Holiday Inn Express and Suites, which broke ground in August 2017, an Electricians Work Contractor was hired to perform all the electrical work. The project owners wanted only the most highly trained and highly skilled electrical workers to safely and expertly ply their trade.
Now, five of the area’s top electrical workers are running all electrical lines and installing all electrical systems into this 81-room facility. It is estimated they will need roughly 5,000-man hours to finish their part of the job by the time all work wraps up in August.
Electricians Work Contractors employee experienced electrical workers who understand the importance of getting the job done safely and right the first time. As the area’s premier electrical contractors, they realize it is vital to pay their electrical workers good wages and provide them with excellent benefits if they expect a hard day’s work in return.
Along with great pay and benefits, Electricians Work Contractors also provide industry leading training for their employees to ensure they are up-to-date on the latest industry technology, certifications and help them improve their skills.
In a time of strong demand for qualified electricians, we urge you to fill out the form to learn how you can earn a better wage and benefits, while working for one of the region’s premier electrical contractors.
The deal to renovate Quicken Loans Arena is generating quality construction jobs, including jobs for electrical workers who work for Electricians Work contractors.
The renovation project is expected to create 200 construction jobs, including jobs for highly trained and highly skilled electrical workers, who work for an Electricians Work contractor.
Only the region’s highly skilled and highly trained electrical workers will perform the electrical work on this project. The Cavaliers trust them to perform quality work and get it finished on a tight construction timeline.
Initially, the team withdrew plans for The Q Transformation Project from the city in 2017 shortly after a community group attempted to put The Q renovation finance deal on the ballot as a referendum issue.
The City of Cleveland went to court over the issue, and the Ohio Supreme Court ruled the initiative was valid and had to go before voters.
Following the court ruling, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert withdrew from the deal on Aug. 29, claiming the referendum delay would cost the team extra money due to the delayed construction start. Just two days after the Cavs ended the deal, on Aug. 31, the community group requested to withdraw their petition referendum. After this development, the team decided to go-ahead with the project.
Upgrade work at the arena will include a new glass exterior, alleviating crowded concourses and creating pre- and post-event space for visitors.
To work on high-profile projects such as The Q Transformation Project, please fill out the form on this page in order to speak with an Electricians Work representative.