We have had the honor of being recognized for our work, and proudly share those accolades.
Our loyalty is always to our customers and our community. The awards and certifications our company and staff have accrued are a testament of our dedication to our clients.
Being recognized by them for our commitment to excellence, safety and quality is the greatest honor we can receive.
Outstanding Achievement, Minnesota Governor's Occupational Safety and Health Award Program, 2014
Awarded by the Minnesota Safety Council, the annual Governor’s Safety award spotlights Minnesota employers with above average safety records. The Outstanding Achievement award signifies continuing improvement and/or a continuing outstanding record for DART rate and Incidence Rate which is at least 51-90% better than the average for your industry classification
White Level Certification – 2008 – 2012 Construction Health And Safety Excellence (CHASE) Program
Recognition of the importance of providing a safe and healthful work environment in the construction industry. Awarded through the Construction Health and Safety Excellence Partnership by Associated General Contractors of Minnesota and the Occupational Safety & Health Division of Minnesota.
Meritorious Achievement, Minnesota Governor's Occupational Safety and Health Award Program, 2011
Awarded by the Minnesota Safety Council, the annual Governor’s Safety award spotlights Minnesota employers with above average safety records. The Meritorious Achievement award signifies better than average performance in incident rates, dependent on the type of industry.
Gold Award, Federated Electrical Contractors, National Award for Safety, 2011, 2010, 2008
Awarded by the Federated Electrical Contractors, a trade group of 33 major electrical contractors performing more than $3.5 billion in construction annually with offices in 60 cities in North America, Europe and Asia
Dunwoody Partnership Award - 2011
Dunwoody’s Partnership Award is presented in recognition of an organization or company that has made a significant contribution in furthering Dunwoody’s mission.
Award of Honor, Minnesota Governor's Occupational Safety and Health Award Program, 2011
Awarded by the Minnesota Safety Council, the annual Governor’s Safety award spotlights Minnesota employers with above average safety records. The Award of Honor signifies exceptional accomplishment in reduction of injuries and illnesses in the workplace.
Obtained by the National Fire Protection Association, the objective of the training is to gain a general understanding of the NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and how it is used to identify electrical safety hazards in the workplace and ways to reduce or eliminate employee exposure to those hazards
Having an in-house licensed professional engineer available to review and sign drawings whenever necessary enables us to identify potential improvements and ensures that the project is delivered on time. In addition, it shows our higher level of commitment to engineering, quality control, and credibility.
OSHA authorizes trainers to conduct occupational safety and health training through the OSHA Outreach Training Program. Through this program, individuals who complete a one-week OSHA trainer course receive a certificate of completion and an authorized outreach trainer card. Trainer courses are based on one of the following subject areas: disaster site workers (second responders), construction, general industry, or maritime. Upon successful completion of the trainer course, trainers are authorized to teach students courses based on the trainer course subject area. These include 16-hour courses for disaster site workers (second responders), as well as 10-hour and 30-hour courses in construction, general industry, or maritime safety and health hazards. Authorized trainers can receive OSHA course completion cards for their students. The OSHA Outreach Training Program is voluntary. OSHA does not require participation in this program.
NICET's professional certification is based on testing that covers a broad range of job knowledge, verification of job performance, and an evaluation of work experience. NICET certification represents, not a course outcome, but a career level. Certificants are required to update their skills and knowledge through a recertification process that encourages continuing professional development.
BICSI established its credential programs to provide a level of assurance to the industry and to consumers that an individual has knowledge in a designated area of information technology systems (ITS) design or installation. Our professional designations are valued internationally and are recognized throughout the ITS industry. Candidates for BICSI credentials are required to show industry experience and pass rigorous exams based on the content of BICSI manuals. Those who pass must adhere to strict standards of conduct and keep their knowledge current through continuing education.
In addition to having several staff with Green Associate credentials, we also have staff with the LEED AP BD+C credential. This credential provides a standard for professionals participating in the design and construction phases of high-performance, healthful, durable, affordable and environmentally sound commercial, institutional, and high-rise residential buildings. The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) created this specialty credential to denote practical knowledge of the Green Building Design + Construction LEED rating systems: LEED for New Construction, LEED for Schools and LEED for Core & Shell.
Obtained through the National Cable Splicing Certification Board, the comprehensive program allows individuals to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities when splicing and terminating shielded electrical power cable. By completing both a knowledge (written) and a performance (practical) exam, competency of splicing is recognized by the issuance of a certification card to the successful candidate in the specific category examined.
The ASHE Healthcare Construction Certificate (HCC) educates personnel on critical topics in health care construction. The course helps to gain an understanding of the latest compliance issues in health care construction and what owners, staff, and patients expect of constructors working in the health care environment.
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is the “gold standard” for PV and solar heating installation certification. Designed to raise industry standards and promote consumer confidence, NABCEP offers certification and certificate programs to renewable energy professionals throughout North America.
Certification of competency is particularly important in the electrical testing industry. Inherent in the determination of the equipment's serviceability is the prerequisite that individuals performing the tests be capable of conducting the tests in a safe manner and with complete knowledge of the hazards involved. Technicians must also evaluate the test data and make an informed judgment on the continued serviceability, deterioration, or non-serviceability of the specific equipment. NETA, a nationally-recognized certification agency, provides recognition of four levels of competency within the electrical testing industry in accordance with ANSI/NETA ETT Standard for Certification of Electrical Testing Technicians.
Level 2 Contractor Status Award
In 2015, we were awarded Level 2 Contractor Status for the 7th year in a row in the newly reconfigured Minnesota CHASE program. This is the highest level achieved as a contractor and with this, we are qualified to apply for Level 3 jobsites.Newsroom