Hanover, MD (June 8, 2021) – Rosendin, the nation’s largest employee-owned electrical contracting company, recently announced Brandon Jachimski as the new Division Manager in Maryland. Jachimski will lead Rosendin’s Maryland office, which is known for its work on Exelon’s corporate headquarters at the Inner Harbor, Kaiser Permanente’s capital program, National Institutes of Health building modernization, and Prince George’s Community College, among others.
Jachimski has been with Rosendin since the company opened its Maryland office in 2014, helping to grow business to $60 million in average annual revenue through commercial and industrial building projects. As Division Manager he will oversee 200 field and 40 office personnel focused on healthcare, biopharmaceuticals, educational, commercial, and mission critical data centers.
“Brandon is the perfect person to lead our Maryland team as he has already earned the respect of our industry partners and talented employees through his focus on safety, project management and his genuine communications style,” said Rosendin COO Keith Douglas. “Brandon understands what it’s like on a job site and understands that both safety and project management go hand-in-hand as we work on major regional projects which bring both pride and jobs to the region.”
Jachimski brings nearly 20-years of regional construction industry experience, most recently as a Project Executive at Rosendin. His long list of accomplishments includes leading project teams at Saint Agnes Medical Center, Baltimore Technology Park, University of Maryland at Baltimore Pratt Street Garage, Four Seasons Baltimore, and others.
He studied Information Systems Management at University of Maryland Baltimore County, and has certifications as an LEED Green Associate and Master Electrician.
“I’m thrilled for this opportunity to lead Rosendin’s Maryland Regional Office as we continue to build amazing projects throughout the area,” said Brandon Jachimski, Division Manager of Rosendin’s Maryland Region. “I’ve had the privilege to work with extremely talented Rosendin co-workers and industry peers. Moving forward I’m excited to further expand those relationships and renew our focus on workplace safety, quality and hiring diversity in the months and years to come.”
Rosendin’s rapid growth created dozens of local jobs as the office expanded into a new 30,000 sq. ft. location in 2019, the same year the Baltimore Business Journal recognized it as one of the Best Places to Work. Rosendin is named among top companies on Washington Business Journal’s Electrical Contractor’s List and was recognized by the Associated General Contractor (AGC) Maryland Chapter for Safety Excellence and AGC of Metro Washington Specialty Contracting Electrical Project Award for its work on the Maryland Live! Casino. It was also named to industry publication ENR’s Mid-Atlantic Top Specialty Contractors List.
Rosendin employees support the electrical contracting company’s efforts to give back to the community with donations and volunteer projects, such as building a garden for the Maryland Food Bank in 2020. The company also fundraises for nonprofits such as House of Ruth and the Anne Arundel County Food Bank. Rosendin is also a member of the Baltimore Building Congress & Exchange and Washington Building Congress.
As the largest employee-owned electrical contractor in the United States, Rosendin’s services include design-build engineering, BIM services, special systems, and renewable energy. They work closely with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) to offer productive career paths for industry professionals across all skill levels, including opportunities for those who are new to the craft. In 2020, Rosendin was recognized by the National Association of Women in Construction in 2020 with the Safety Excellence Award, 2nd place Subcontractor Category.