Rosendin

Building Quality.
Building Value.
Building People.®

01. Why Rosendin

A Century of Shared Success

Since 1919, our reputation has been founded on building quality electrical and communications installations, building value for clients, and building people. We serve customers with highly complex construction projects, who rely on us for knowledge, scalability, quality and safety. Infused with a sense of shared ownership, our entire team focuses on building relationships that deliver results.

02. Technology Innovation

An Innovative Balance

Technology continues to transform the way we work, and our industry as a whole. Our teams must balance the need for innovation with practical knowledge to ensure project stability. As an industry leader in developing and implementing new tools, training and technologies, we help our teams work safer and more efficiently. We also remain disciplined to established standards that have endured the test of time. This purposeful union of new and proven techniques truly sets us apart.

03. 100 Years of Rosendin

Rosendin Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary

We raise our glasses to 100 years of business and customer success, a people-focused culture and the consistent evolution of our service offering.

04. Working at Rosendin

Not Just a Job. A Future.

Our team is comprised of unique individuals who bring the intelligence, talent and skill required to make Rosendin one of the nation’s finest electrical contractors. If you’ve got what it takes to join us, we want to hear from you.

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#5

Rated one of the Best Places to Work in Bay Area

6,500+

Employees

$1.8B

Annual Revenues

05. Our People

Passion. Commitment. Pride.

Matt L.

Chief Information Officer

Stephen K.

Assistant Project Manager

Shannon H.

Project Manager

Erika H.

BIM Modeler

Robert J.

Division Manager

06. Featured Projects

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Terminal Expansion

Location: Austin, TX

The expansion is a LEED-certified project adding 173,000 square feet and nine gates to the Barbara Jordan Terminal.

Project Stats
170,000 square feet terminal expansion
9 gates added to terminal
Gold LEED-certified project

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Location: Los Angeles, CA

The $315M LA Memorial Coliseum project was completed at the end of 2019 and restored the 96-year-old stadium to its former glory, as well as modernize the facility. The historic stadium opened in 1923 and is home to the USC Trojans and has served as a host venue for the 1932 and 184 Summer Olympics; it will once again host the Summer Olympics in the upcoming 2028 games. The renovation will provide seats for 77,500 including luxury boxes and club suites. To date, the project has logged more than 200,000 labor hours with 30% of the work performed by local craft workers. The field has been renamed United Airlines Field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In addition to the new name, the project included replacing all of the seats, new suites and concession stands, upgraded entryways and video screens, replacing electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems and installing new field and stadium lighting.

Project Stats
77,500 seats including luxury boxes and club suites
200,000+ labor hours
30% work performed by local craft workers

Cascade Solar Park

Location: Joshua Tree, CA

Rosendin provided complete engineering, procurement and construction services for the installation of an electric, solar energy system on 150 acres at the Cascade Solar Project located in Joshua Tree, CA. Before construction, tortoise fencing was installed around the site to protect the indigenous Desert Tortoise, and other wildlife and the project was required to employ archaeologists and geologists on-site, at all times, to protect the historical significance of this property to Native Americans. The Arizona Desert Monsoon with rain, wind, and dust added to the challenges that had to be overcome by Rosendin to deliver this project in 66 working days; on time and under budget.

Project Stats
24 MW
150+ acre site
66 working days

Wilshire Grand Center

Location: Los Angeles , CA

The Wilshire Grand Center is the star of the Los Angeles skyline. As the tallest building west of the Mississippi, the Center stands at 1,100 feet, 73 stories, with a crown and “spine” that lights up the night with LED lights, neon colors, and advertisements. With over two million square feet of space, the Center is home to the Intercontinental Downtown Los Angeles hotel, office space, event venues, retail space, and an observatory. Due to the city’s high rate of earthquakes and resulting rigorous engineering standards, building a project of this type in Los Angeles is difficult and expensive. Rosendin is proud to have been a key stakeholder in this historic, award-winning, design-build structure. We performed all engineering and design for the electrical systems, Telecom-IT systems, Public Safety DAS (Distributed Antenna System), Lightning Protection Systems, and all Audio/Visual systems for this project, which translates to over 340,000 labor hours and over 1,045 miles of conduit, cables, and wires.

Project Stats
2,013,137 total square feet
217 foot tall spire
4.5 years from start of pre-construction to completion
Latest News & Updates
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May 25, 2020 | In The News

“This virtual fundraiser is one small way for Rosendin to show our appreciation for the warriors who have given so much to preserve our way of life, as well as let the Navy SEAL Foundation and the families of the Naval Special Warfare community know that we have their backs,” said David Lincoln, Senior Vice President of Rosendin’s Renewable Energy Group and NSF Committee Member.

Commercial Construction & Renovation
May 21, 2020 | In The News

“Technology is extremely important because it allows us to be able to coordinate with the other trades to eliminate extra time and money from being spent on job sites,” says Meuret, who was born in Rio Rancho, N.M., and raised in Gilbert, Ariz.

EC&M
May 21, 2020 | Articles

“My uncle convinced me there was more to life than hanging ductwork, and encouraged me to pursue a college education,” Mullen says. “One of my friends from high school convinced me I would be the perfect fit for the construction management program at the University of Cincinnati, so I enrolled.”

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@mentions of Rosendin

    Starting in high school I was working IT Helpdesk and in college, I worked both in IT as well as construction. After graduating I took a job as a Project Engineer for a large General Contractor. In my time working there they implemented a new ERP system and I joined that team combining my knowledge of IT and Construction. I’ve stayed in IT ever since and in 2019 became Rosendin’s CIO.

    Matt L.
    Chief Information Officer
    California

    I started in construction as a summer help with the Union. They had me moving pipe, inventorying things, all the grunt work that they had out there. The transition from working in the field to an intern in the office was happening while I was in the field. My plan from the beginning was to use that experience and knowledge and take that next step into actually interning and then make it my full-time job. When I knew I wanted to work full-time with Rosendin was a couple of weeks into the internship. I really liked how the company was run and I was getting a lot of guidance from people that I worked with. As an intern, the first task I had was a feeder log. It was pretty intensive and it felt like I was actually contributing to something that they used going forward in the project. The fact that they, while checking me, allowed me to do something important and integral to what we were doing out there sparked my interest.

    Stephen K.
    Assistant Project Manager
    Virginia

    Before I started full-time with Rosendin, I interned for two years. My internship helped me to get hands-on experience with writing RFIs, doing submittals, and reading drawings and documentation that we didn’t necessarily cover in class. I decided to stay with Rosendin because I felt like everyone was really trying to help me do better. I have a mentor, and I have someone that gives me goals and expectations to get to the next step.

    Shannon H.
    Project Manager
    Virginia

    Working in an industry that is primarily filled with men has given me the extra drive and motivation to take on a leadership role in the industry. My position has helped me learn how to work with different talents and come together as a team to resolve any issues. I encourage all women to tackle any fears they have entering the construction industry as it has opened up so many doors for me.

    Erika H.
    BIM Modeler
    Arizona

    I have worked for Rosendin in Texas and Oregon and we have the best people and culture in the industry, hands down. The best part is the people that I get to work with every day. Relocating to Oregon was a big move for myself and my family, but the way the team welcomed us and into the community was above and beyond what was expected. Being an employee-owner shows in the pride and quality that our people bring every day.

    Robert J.
    Division Manager
    Oregon

    State Licenses (By Office)

    Office License(s)
    Anaheim, CA 142881
    Hillsboro, OR CCB#103939
    Las Vegas, NV 011435
    Phoenix, AZ (BIM Office) ROC034937R-11
    ROC105241C-11
    ROC111444A-17
    ROC158637B-1
    ROC158638A
    Prineville, OR CCB#103939
    Sacramento, CA 142881
    San Francisco, CA 142881
    San Jose, CA (Corp HQ) 142881
    Tempe, AZ ROC034937R-11
    ROC105241C-11
    ROC111444A-17
    ROC158637B-1
    ROC158638A
    Texas 20807