The Independent Electrical Contractors Inc., Alexandria, Va., recently presented three quality awards for electrical construction at its 44th Annual National Convention in Las Vegas in October.
Greenline Inc., Tigaro, Ore., received the 2001 Quality Award for Residential Construction. It was honored for work on the Renaissance Homes project, known as The Big Easy. “This project presented a challenge in that the home is a ‘showroom’ for state of the art residential technology,” said IEC National Jim Thurman. “Greenline was able to pull it all together and show how technology can be integrated to provide ease of use and flexibility.”
Encompass Electrical Technologies, formerly Taylor-Hunt Electric, of Salt Lake City, was honored with the 2001 Quality Award for Commercial Construction for its work on the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
The recipient of the 2001 Quality Award for Industrial Construction was Denier Electric Company Inc. of Cincinnati. Denier was honored for its work on an e-commerce distribution center for The Gap.
In the photo above, Denny Denier, Denier Electric, Cincinnati, accepts the 2001 Quality Award for Industrial Construction.