EA: What are you excited to do as safety director of the Washington, D.C. NECA Chapter?
JR: I’m excited at the opportunity of inspiring, motivating and engaging our chapter members in the architectural alignment of safety into the installation process. Electrical contractors are competitive by nature, and what better area by which to compete is there than enhancing safety related work practices that improve quality and productivity? There is a lot of opportunity for growth in the electrical industry and I’m glad to be a part of it.
As the highly-anticipated National Museum of African American History and Culture nears completion—the Smithsonian museum opens to the public in June 2016—Electrical Alliance contractor, Mona Electric Group, Inc., is putting the finishing touches on the state-of-the-art electrical, fire alarm and security systems.