Prairie Electric Partners with Emerick Construction on Ridgefield Middle School
The team at Prairie Electric is proud to be actively involved in projects throughout Clark County, Washington, and one of the most recent jobs that we were able to work on was in the Ridgefield School District.
Prairie Electric partnered with Emerick Construction Company to install new electrical systems at the Ridgefield Middle School project, which was one of the multiple sites designated in the construction contract. By aligning with Emerick, a company that is also focused on building a relationship with each customer on the projects they do, there was a unique hands-on approach that made the job fun and exciting for the professionals at Prairie Electric.
This was the largest contract in Emerick Construction’s history, and Prairie Electric was proud to be on-site working to get the building wired and ready to go.
The school district was given bond money for updating schools in the area. The intermediate school is located on a former farming field site that is adjacent to five acres of wetland, making it a beautiful addition to the area. The building is two-stories and 150,000 square feet, and it includes metal panels and concrete masonry units. It has a large wing that is dedicated to science, technology, engineering, and math, as well as art programs. Because of its location, new utilities were installed on the greenfield site.
Prairie Electric is dedicated to finishing each job with accuracy, attention to detail, and superior quality of workmanship. Our years serving the Pacific Northwest showcase positive reviews and many success stories. We continue to dedicate ourselves to personalized customer service, no matter how big or small the job is. Our goal is to finish the project knowing that our clients are fully satisfied.