Safety Culture

Safety is Priority #1

By its very nature, electrical construction can be a dangerous way to make a living. It demands extreme competence and attention from those performing the work.  We’re not hanging string lights; we’re designing and building sophisticated, complex energy systems powered by high-voltage electricity.  In our work environment, mistakes can be fatal – on lifts or ladders, underground and overhead, in occupied spaces, and almost always on busy, crowded work sites.  That’s why safety is our greatest priority.  At the end of the day, the most important thing is that every member of our workforce is able to return to their homes at night.

We are also responsible for the day-to-day safety of our clients and users – those visiting and occupying the buildings and using the electrical systems we build.  We never cut corners where safety is concerned.  There are ways to save money on a project, but compromising safety practices or installing potentially unsafe products and equipment will never be something we do, period. We believe a successful project is dramatically more than just an attractive facility. Whether it’s a corporate office or a warehouse, it needs to serve its occupants well, providing users with a sense of well-being while allowing them to perform their jobs productively and in the safest possible manner.