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Modesto Water Yard

Northern California Chapter, NECA Presents Project Excellence Awards

Designed to recognize excellence in electrical / technology installations and the Bay Area electrical contractors responsible for their outstanding achievements, NECA’s Project Excellence Awards program has been embraced by project owners, general contractors, architects, engineers, NECA electrical contractors, and other project team members who have had the honor of receiving an award for their submitted project.

In October 2020, electrical contractors and their project team members received Project Excellence Awards. Among those honored was Collins Electrical Company, Inc. for the Modesto Water Corporation Yard project.

*photo credit: Collins Electrical Company, Inc.

Collins Electrical helped to consolidate the City of Modesto’s Water department to one site consisting of an administration building, a maintenance building, and a storage building. The project also consisted of developing an 80 acre site for equipment parking and material lay-down. The project was a design build project and from the time the project was solicited, to when the bid was due, was only three hours. Talk about taking a risk! Through creative design ideas and the hands in the field, Collins Electrical was able to meet the owners needs and make this a successful project.

Other partners recognized for their contributions to the project included: City of Modesto (project owner), Diede Construction, Inc. (general contractor), LDA Partner Designers & Architects (architect), Hardin-Davidson Engineering Group, Inc. (electrical engineer) and EKC Enterprises, Inc. (sound & communications contractor).

“NECA’s Project Excellence Awards program allows our electrical contractors and the project team members to be recognized for excellence in construction. NECA contractors not only perform specialized electrical work, but also follow sustainable practices to ensure the highest level of energy efficiency in new construction and retrofitted projects. This prestigious recognition gives them an opportunity to market their achievements,” said Greg Armstrong, Executive Director of the Northern California Chapter NECA.

*photo credit: Collins Electrical Company, Inc.

The Northern California Chapter, NECA represents the interests of signatory electrical contractors in nine bay area counties, including Alameda, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, Napa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties. NECA is a vital resource that brings programs and services to its members, which allows them to stay competitive and informed. NECA contractors directly strengthen their industry, influence governmental regulations and enjoy access to exclusive business services. To find out more, visit our website at www.norcalneca.org, or call 925.828-6322.

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