Truland’s Work Serves as an Exemplary Model for Local Industry
Electrical Alliance contractors uphold the highest level of standards in safety, workmanship, and innovation in metropolitan Washington, D.C. Truland is a leading example of these principles, as it was named Subcontractor of the Year, received the annual Corporate Safety Award as well as six project awards by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Washington, D.C.
The annual Washington Contractor Awards honor exceptional construction projects in several categories including new construction, renovation, interior, heavy industrial, and sustainable. Entries are judged by a panel who evaluate the submitted projects with regard to quality of workmanship, project management, safety, timeliness, and owner satisfaction.
Truland received awards for its work on:
- Rosslyn Station Improvements
- United Therapeutics Tenant Fit Out
- Towson Tiger Arena
- Morgan State CBEIS
- Rehabilitation of First National Bank
- FDA Central Utility Plant
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“Safety is a number one priority and our members are leading the way in safety. Truland is a pioneer of the local construction industry, and their achievements will lead to the advancement of the industry as a whole,” said Andrew Porter, executive director of the Washington DC Chapter of NECA.
Keith Bush, P.E., DBIA, Truland’s senior vice president of project delivery, said, “The local construction market is incredibly vibrant, and, as a result, Truland has worked on some truly impressive facilities and genuinely challenging projects. There are few contractors that have the opportunity to convert an historic bank to apartments, create a new access point in an active rail station, and perform the ground up construction of a cogeneration plant at the same time.”
Electrical Alliance members Mona Electric Group, Commercial Power, Dynalectric Company, NATELCO, Singleton Electric, VarcoMac, Power Services and Rosendin Electric also worked on award-winning projects.
The Electrical Alliance is a coalition between the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 26. Visit www.electricalalliance.com to learn more about the ways Electrical Alliance contractors and their electricians can benefit your next construction project.