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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 in a diverse, safe, and inclusive environment. 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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Rated one of the Best Places to Work in Bay Area

7,500+

Employees

$2.9B

Annual Revenues

05. Our People

Passion. Commitment. Pride.

06. Featured Projects

San Francisco International Airport Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Center Renovation

Location: San Francisco, CA

SFO has redeveloped Terminal 1 into the Harvey Milk Terminal, in order to meet the needs of modern travelers and revolutionize the guest experience. Harvey Milk Terminal 1 elevates SFO’s standard of providing a world-class, environmentally friendly travel experience and is expected to meet or exceed the award-winning environmental standards of Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 Boarding Area E.

Project Stats
1.375
Million SF
$2.4B
Overall Construction Value
$201M
Special Systems Electrical Value

Exelixis

Location: Alameda, CA

Exelixis was a design-build relocation project that included the renovation of two buildings. Exelixis is headquartered in Alameda’s Waterfront at Harbor Bay in a large, modern campus with state-of-the-art labs and additional office space, providing a strong foundation for Exelixis’ long-term vision and growth.

Project Stats
120,000
SF
$7.5 M
Electrical Construction Value

Aktina Renewable Power Project

Location: Wharton County, TX

Rosendin Renewable Energy Group is building the largest solar power project in southeastern Texas. When complete, Aktina will provide the capacity to generate 500MWac/631MWdc of renewable energy, enough to power 100,000 homes annually.

Project Stats
4 Million
Solar Modules
500
New Construction Jobs
4,000
Acres

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) New Headquarters

Location: Oakland, CA

Rosendin is renovating the new headquarters building for Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) in Oakland, California.

Project Stats
244,287
total square feet
$58M
Current Construction Value
10
Story Building

National Institutes of Health Building 10 East Wing Renovation

Location: Bethesda, MD

Building 10 is home to the Clinical Center, the world’s largest clinical research hospital.

Project Stats
250,000
GSF of research and administrative space
LEED Silver
Certification

JW Marriott Anaheim

Location: Anaheim, CA

The newly-opened JW Marriott Anaheim Resort features exclusive amenities including a yoga & zen room, a JW Garden, and rooftop bar and lounge with stunning views of the nightly fireworks show at Disneyland Park.

Project Stats
600,000
square feet
4-star
rated luxury hotel
466
rooms

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
Latest News & Updates
All News
June 26, 2024 | Articles

Rosendin Completes Work on SFO’s New Harvey Milk Terminal

Rosendin, the nation’s largest employee-owned electrical contractor, celebrated the completion of the Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Center at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

Construction Citizen
June 25, 2024 | Articles

Cultivating Better Relationships for Improved Safety

Safety is an integral part of everything we do and should be treated as such.

ASA Foundation
June 23, 2024 | Articles

Introducing the 2024 EC&M 30 Under 30 All Stars

Up-and-coming electrical professionals demonstrate innovation in technology as well as commitment to learning and career advancement.

EC&M
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    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

    Whether we’re going through our prequalifications, that we’re actually putting in the budget that it’s going to take a certain level of safety or even putting a full-time safety professional on there. Just making sure that they have the training, tools, material that they need to safely person their tasks.

    Tony O.
    Director of Regional Safety
    Texas

    At Rosendin, I am able to learn and grow both personally and professionally. Employees on both the field and office side have helped me learn so much about electrical construction. The time people have taken out of their schedules to help me be successful has made me feel valued as both an employee and as an individual. As employee-owners, the people take more ownership of their careers and the success of the organization. There is a sense of comradery that we are all in this together. Success is not just about the individual, it is about the success of all employees as well as the organization.

    Kayla H.
    Instructional Designer
    California

    I still feel like I’m working toward an ultimate goal of making the industry more accepting of and accessible to women and other minorities. Every time a new woman is hired in my office, I get excited to see the scales tip a little more.

    Dani S.
    Project Manager
    Oregon

    “Quality means to me the pursuit of perfection. It’s a journey that has no end, and one that I enjoy being on. I try to apply quality to whatever I do in my life because it takes 100% commitment to ensure that the path moving forward is one we can be proud of.”

    Nicholas B.
    Foreman
    California

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