Matthew Halverson

Room to Grow 
Daniel Gustafik chuckles when he remembers the simplicity of the first marijuana grow house he wired nearly 20 years ago.
Rare Air 
John Ivey has flown remote-controlled aircraft for nearly four decades. For the most part, he treated it as a hobby — a chance to touch the sky without ever leaving the ground.
The Corrections  17
For Scott Chisholm, Code enforcement often comes down to finding a balance between form and function.
Up in Smoke 
A look at what was behind the arcing event that occurred in January 2015 at L’Enfant Plaza subway station in Washington, D.C.
Less Money, More Problems 
Adam Crisp was done. Finished. He’d spliced cables for Harris Electric for more than four years.
Fair Warning  1
Satina Matthews didn’t know it before showing up to work that morning in July 2014, but it would be her last day at the Truland Group.
This is Not a Drill 
Oil men have been sinking wells in the rolling plains of North Dakota for more than 50 years, and for most of that time they eked out a relatively modest living while their counterparts in Texas could drill at will and quite literally bathe themselves in the spoils of the endeavor.
Know When to Hold, Know When to Fold 
When a professional sports franchise on the West Coast published an RFP for the new stadium its owners hoped to build a few years ago, there was little question that ERMCO would make a play.
5 Ways Contractors Can Manage Risk More Effectively
When it comes to risk management on construction projects, what are you doing wrong?
A Touch of Gray 
About eight years ago, Cupertino Electric, Inc. started getting serious about the future — or at least more serious than it had been in the past. Executives at the San Jose, Calif.-based electrical contracting firm had known for a while that the company’s labor pool, along with the workforce across the country, was getting older.
What Lies Beneath  1
Electric shock drowning is an unseen danger in marinas and boatyards, but new legislation is beginning to turn the tide.
Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Them 
As utilities push back against solar-friendly net metering policies across the country, systems’ installers in California and elsewhere argue that such a move could cloud the industry’s future.
The More the Merrier 
It was on the day that Mike Agugliaro’s first child was born that he finally decided something had to change.
Finding the Fakes: How to Spot Counterfeit Electrical Products  1
On Nov. 10, 2008, the national “Counterfeits Can Kill” awareness campaign rolled out with great fanfare.
High Times: Legalized Marijuana and Drug Testing for Contractors
Last November 6, voters in Colorado and Washington State approved Amendment 64 and Initiative 502, respectively, making it legal for anyone over the age of 21 to possess small amounts of marijuana for recreational use.
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