Los Angeles, CA, May 24, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Rosendin Electric, an employee-owned company and one of the largest electrical contractors in the U.S., was honored with eight (8) Project Excellence Awards and the 2018 Dennis Kelly Companywide Safety Award by the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).
“We are very proud and honored to be part of a team of very talented people that are well rounded, diligent, and successful,” said Paolo Degrassi, Vice President of Rosendin. “It really is a statement of achievement to be acknowledged in as many categories as we did ranging from safety, systems, solar, and high voltage, as well as the Gold and Platinum Awards for the best overall projects.”
The NECA Project Excellence Awards showcase the exceptional work performed by member-contractors throughout the country. The Awards recognize companies for their outstanding commitment, professionalism, and ingenuity in delivering electrical projects across 11 different market sectors.
Rosendin was recognized for their performance on the following eight (8) Projects:
- Metropolis (Phase 1) – Prestige Platinum Award for Electrical
- Wilshire Grand – Prestige Gold Award for Electrical
- Hotel Indigo – Audiovisual/Public Address under $500K
- Wilshire Grand – Audiovisual/Public Address over $500K
- Jeremy Hotel – Security/CCTV under $500K
- Metropolis Residence Tower 1 – Communications/Information over $500K
- Big Sky Substation – Medium to High Voltage over $500K
- Central Antelope Dry Ranch B – Solar over 250 kW
About the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), founded in 1901, is the leading representative of a segment of the construction market comprised of over 70,000 electrical contracting firms. NECA is dedicated to enhancing the industry through continuing education, labor relations, current information and promotional activities. It is the voice of the electrical contracting industry, working to promote higher standards, quality workmanship and training for a skilled workforce. NECA includes 119 U.S. chapters in addition to others in countries around the world.