Amy Florence

Articles by Amy Florence
Training the V/D/V Workforce of Tomorrow
Students raced against the clock while competing in the Telecom Cabling contest at the SkillsUSA Championships
Recruiting a Qualified V/D/V Workforce
The voice/data/video (V/D/V) industry exploded with the growth of the dot-com companies in the late '90s but slowed down once the market became saturated.
Power Plant Serves Electrical Needs of Big Apple
New York City has outgrown the pace of its power production, and without new generating facilities, it could experience brownouts or blackouts in 2005,
10 Steps to a Better Safety Program
Electrical contracting firms owe it to their workers to provide them with as safe a work environment as possible.
The Top 40 Electrical Design Firms 
The nation’s largest engineering firms diversify their market segments to position themselves for the economic recovery
Product of the Month
Mounting a power distribution system on a rack
Gaylord Builds Texas-Sized Hotel and Convention Center
A mammoth climate-controlled glass atrium covers acres of gardens, waterfalls, restaurants, and entertainment venues at the new Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas.
2004 Design Firms
American-based electrical design firms ventured into overseas markets and explored new business opportunities to stay competitive in a challenging economy.
Powering an NFL Stadium in the Valley of the Sun
The desert sun has beat down on the aluminum benches at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., sizzling Arizona Cardinal football fans in their seats since 1988 ...
Managing Your Labor Force With the Latest Technology
Track labor hours and manage your business with automated payroll systems and labor management software
Compact Fluorescents Light the Way for Energy Efficiency
Close your eyes and imagine the fluorescent lamp fixtures from your childhood. These lights most likely hummed, flickered, buzzed, and created harsh,
Construction Team Begins Work on $75 Million Theater Renovation
Renovating an early 20th century theater is like building a ship inside a bottle. All the construction activity is confined within four, historic masonry
Fishing Wire Through Walls
After 20 years in construction, Dan Groot had grown tired of crawling up into attics to pinpoint the exact spot to drill a hole for fishing wire down
How to Launch a Solar-Powered Electrical Contracting Business
Electrical contracting firms specialize in photovoltaic installations for residential and commercial clients
Project Watch
Powering a California Winery with Photovoltaics
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