Northern California Chapter, NECA Presents Project Excellence Awards

Pleasanton, CA – Designed to recognize excellence in electrical/technology installations and the Bay Area electrical contractors responsible for their outstanding achievements, NECA’s Project Excellence Awards program has been embraced by projects owners, general contractors, architects, engineers, NECA electrical contractors, and other project team members who have had the honor of receiving an award for their submitted project(s).

On September 12, 2017, these NECA electrical contractors and their project team members were honored for excellence in construction:

Collins Electrical Company, Inc. for improvements to Caltrans State Route 219 in Modesto, CA. , and for the Los Banos Unified School District Pacheco High School Solar Project in Los Banos, CA

Del Monte Electric Company, Inc. for the Caltrans SFO Bay Bridge Warehouse project in Oakland, CA., the SunValley Mall Food Court project in Concord, CA, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District Solar Installation project in San Ramon, CA, and the Round One Bowling & Amusement project in Concord, CA.

Lloyd F. McKinney Associates, Inc. for the Redwood Day School project in Oakland, CA.

Long Electric Company for the Novato Unified School District Solar project in Novato, CA.

Prime Electric, Inc. for the Grifols Project Horizon Manufacturing Consolidation in Emeryville, CA.

Ray’s Electric for the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons project in Alameda, CA.

Smith & Sons Electric, Inc. for the West Valley College Applied Arts & Sciences Renovation in Saratoga, CA

St Francis Electric, Inc. for the Route 238 Corridor Improvement project in Hayward, CA.

“NECA’s Project Excellence Awards program allows our electrical contractors and the project team members to be recognized for excellence in construction. NECA contractors not only perform specialized electrical work, but also follow sustainable practices to ensure the highest level of energy efficiency in new construction and retrofitted projects. This prestigious recognition gives them an opportunity to market their achievements,” said Greg Armstrong, Executive Director of the Northern California Chapter, NECA.

The Northern California Chapter, NECA represents the interests of union electrical contractors in nine bay area counties, including Alameda, San Joaquin & Calaveras, Solano & Napa, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties. NorCal, NECA is a vital resource that brings programs and services to its members, which allows them to stay competitive and informed. NECA contractors directly strengthen their industry, influence governmental regulations and enjoy access to exclusive business services. To find out more, visit the NorCal, NECA Web site at www.norcalneca.org, or call 925/828-6322.

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