Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) is a non-profit that prepares, trains and places women in esteemed union and building construction careers.
As a company that values advancing opportunities for women in construction, E-J am proud to share that E-J’s Keisha Spradley, IBEW Local 3 Journeywoman, was honored in May 2021. Enjoy the video from NEW’s luncheon to learn more about Keisha’s journey.
“We are excited to deliver this infrastructure project for the East Side Access Program,” said Anthony Mann, President and CEO of E-J Electric. “Utilizing Trimble 3D Scanning, GPS Layouts and Revit modelling allowed for design optimization as well as helped to ensure safety.”
“E-J Electric Installation Co. is active in all facets of electrical contracting in the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area as well as nationally. Typical installations include transit facilities, office buildings, power plants, hospitals, financial services, mission critical, data centers, co-generation facilities, airports, universities, theaters, sports stadiums, roadway and outdoor specialties, and high-voltage distribution
“Two of the New York region’s three top-ranked firms held their places on the 2020 list, while list leaders shifted places in New England, which includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The top 25 firms in New York and New Jersey reported combined revenue of $2.56 billion, up just 0.3% from
Congratulations to Chris Nunez and Ian Munro for their heroic and selfless actions in saving the life of a nearby civilian and always putting safety first.
Thank you to Electrical Contractor Magazine for this highlight of T&D’s work to bring power back after Hurricane Ida! You can read the whole article here.