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450 IBEW, Local 26 Journeymen Help Transform Dominion Cove Point LNG Terminal

A project years in the making is nearing completion and members of IBEW, Local 26 have been a part of it from day one. In 2011, Dominion Cove Point LNG Terminal, located in Calvert County, MD, took steps to undergo a transformation from a liquefied natural gas storage facility to one that includes export and liquefaction capabilities. Local 26 leaders aided its efforts in gaining approvals. After securing the required permits, construction officially got underway in 2014.

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Cabling Systems, Inc. Low-Voltage Projects Earn Trust of National Bank

Trust is important in any project, but especially for a major financial institution. That’s why a national bank turned to Electrical Alliance contractor, Cabling Systems, Inc. of Beltsville, Md., to rewire existing bank branches and perform complete renovation projects, including placing desktop computers and phones and installing new network switches, servers, routers, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and wireless controllers.

Big on BICSI Certification? Try the Electrical Alliance

If you’re one of the many employers who requires the gold standard of BICSI certification, you’ll find the Electrical Alliance has exceptionally qualified workers. Many International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union 26 members are BISCI certified, thanks in part to free training offered by the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC). Of the nearly 50 training courses that JATC offers each semester in the Washington, D.C., area, four are BICSI certifications.

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Reflections: Projects That Make DC Run

Electrical Alliance contractors work on some of the Washington, DC region’s most visible and award winning projects. Their skilled electricians install the latest technology in high-profile spaces and focus specifically on safety and time management while doing it. To end the year, we’re taking a look back at some of the projects Electrical Alliance contractors worked on over the past 12-18 months.

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Rosendin Electric Sets Time Records for Data Center Work in Sterling, Virginia

Electrical Alliance contractor, Rosendin Electric, has a reputation for quick and quality work, but some of their most recent projects for CyrusOne in Sterling, Virginia are truly record-setting. Building 1, known as Project David is 132,000 square feet of ground up construction. Buildings 2 & 3, known as Project Goliath, is 220,00 square feet. It was constructed in less than six months, the shortest time to completion ever achieved by CyrusOne for an enterprise-scale data center of its size.