As a journeymen electrician, you’ve almost made it to the top of the ladder in the electrical trade, just one rung down from master electrician. You’ve got the training and skill to tackle challenging jobs. But where do you find them?
Prairie Electric is attracting the attention of ambitious journeymen electricians because of the range of their projects, their stability, and their reputation for integrity and professionalism. Prairie Electric has jobs that let electricians test their mettle and stretch their skills.
Here is a closer look at why journeymen electricians are choosing Prairie.
Traffic and street light installations are not a pretty sight. The sidewalk is torn up, dirt piled high, traffic backed up (or rerouted altogether), and the whole process is a huge disruption.
Not to mention, those open ditches from digging and trenching that been the site of too many workers injuries.
That’s why electrical contractors prefer directional drilling (or, directional boring), as a means to install telecommunications, conduits and underground utility lines without causing damage to the surface.
Hiring the wrong electrical contractor can result in tremendous loss for your company, in terms of time and money. Your problems can range from poor quality of work and unexplained delays to more hazardous issues like personal safety and dangerous installations.
When hiring, you want to make an informed choice. Also keep in mind that the qualifications of the contractor will vary, depending on your needs. We recommend using the following points as guidelines when making your decision.
Get your MacGyver on and make a flashlight from a few common objects. You will distinguish yourself as a person of both science and action. For those who need an introduction, MacGyver was the preternaturally calm secret agent played by Richard Dean Anderson in the title role of the 1980s television series.
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