McCord has held the director position for the past 20 years. During that time the JATC has become a nationally recognized electrical apprenticeship program and won the U.S. Department of Labor’s Registered Apprenticeship Trailblazer and Innovation Award.
Roe is a licensed journeyman in Washington, D.C. and Virginia and has been a union member for over 35 years. . He has been assistant director at the JATC since 2006 and prior to that, an instructor for 22 years. Roe is also a member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and a member of Code Making panel #8 for the National Fire Protection Association National Electric Code.
The JATC is sponsored by the Electrical Alliance, a cooperative effort between the Washington, D.C. Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 26.
Late in 2014, George Washington University took a big step forward in its quest to increase its status as a research institution when it opened its 500,000 square-foot Science and Engineering Hall in Foggy Bottom.
Constructing one of the DC region’s largest Academic and Research facilities in the middle of the city required a lot of planning and coordination. Electrical Alliance contractor, Mona Electric Group, Inc., was the perfect electrical contractor to take on the challenge. Mona was responsible for all of the electrical and fire alarm work on the project.