Mid-City Hires Jonathan Lunger as Newest Intern to Join Project Management Mentorship Program

May 8, 2017

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Mid-City Hires Jonathan Lunger as Newest Intern to Join Project Management Mentorship Program

We are excited to welcome Project Management and Estimating Intern Jonathan Lunger to the Mid-City team as of May 8, 2017! Jonathan is a senior at The Ohio State University studying Construction Management. He will be spending the summer with us as part of our Project Management Mentorship Program, working alongside several seasoned project managers Read More

Superior Beverage Warehouse and Office Renovation

May 3, 2017

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Superior Beverage Warehouse and Office Renovation

The Superior Beverage Renovation project was a complete renovation to a 300,000-square-foot beverage warehouse facility in Lewis Center. Mid-City’s scope of work was incredibly diverse, and included the installation of approximately 2,000 light fixtures, a 150 KW generator, 30 exhaust fans and rooftop units that dotted the roof of the entire facility, and two new Read More

Job Opportunity Announcement: We are Hiring Project Managers!

May 4, 2016

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Job Opportunity Announcement: We are Hiring Project Managers!

We are currently accepting applications for the opportunity to join our team as a project manager and estimator. Mid-City Electric/Technologies is hiring project managers/estimators who are are interested in an exciting, challenging, and fast-paced career in the electrical construction industry. With a minimum of three years of experience in project management and estimating in electrical construction, the ideal Read More

National Veterans Memorial & Museum

May 5, 2017

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National Veterans Memorial & Museum

The National Veterans Memorial and Museum (NVMM) is a new memorial and museum being built right here in Columbus to honor veterans from across the 50 states. Going beyond a traditional war memorial, the 55,000-square-foot museum will share the stories and experiences of the men and women who have served in the US armed forces. Read More

Mid-City Electric Awards Service Electrician Brian Alexander with the Project Impact Award

April 28, 2017

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Mid-City Electric Awards Service Electrician Brian Alexander with the Project Impact Award

The winner of Mid-City’s second Project Impact Award is Service Electrician Brian Alexander for his exceptional efforts at longtime customer Birchwood Foods. The Project Impact Award is an award that recognizes an original idea put into practice in the field that has helped to enhance several aspects of the job. Brian recently completed a project Read More

OSU Oxley and Pomerene Hall renovations turn historical building into modern data analytics educational facility

February 2, 2017

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OSU Oxley and Pomerene Hall renovations turn historical building into modern data analytics educational facility

As part of a plan to create a major data analytics department at The Ohio State University campus, the school is performing major renovations to Pomerene and Oxley Halls. A historical renovation, the design teams aim to blend classic university character with modern ascetics and technology in both buildings to accommodate the needs of Ohio State’s new Read More

Mid-City promotes Steve Engle, long-time project foreman, to Prefabrication Manager

January 10, 2017

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Steve Engle, former project foreman, is now serving in the capacity of Prefabrication Manager for Mid-City Electric. In this new position, Steve is working to enhance and refine our existing prefabrication operations. He is collaborating with our Prefabrication Shop Foreman Jeff Willey, General Superintendent Kipp Criswell, and our team of project managers, estimators, and project foremen. Steve’s Read More

Mid-City Electric partners with Franklinton non-profit to rehab homes and offer youth hands-on opportunity

January 10, 2017

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Mid-City Electric partners with Franklinton non-profit to rehab homes and offer youth hands-on opportunity

Mid-City Electric and Franklinton Rising completed a community service renovation project on Chicago Ave. in West Franklinton in November 2016. A complete rehab of the property, this project had a unique element that went beyond updating utilities, installing a new roof, and applying a fresh coat of paint. The construction partners, which were comprised of Read More

Mid-City Electric Awards Project Manager Sean Shisler with the First-Ever Project Impact Award Oct. 18

November 7, 2016

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Mid-City Electric Awards Project Manager Sean Shisler with the First-Ever Project Impact Award Oct. 18

Mid-City Electric honored Project Manager Sean Shisler with the inaugural Project Impact Award Oct. 18, 2016 at their company-wide Mark Breslin workshops. The Project Impact Award is an award that recognizes an original idea put into practice in the field that has helped to enhance several aspects of the job. Mid-City launched this awards program as Read More

Mid-City Electric partners with Turner Construction and several other industry firms to beautify homes near Nationwide Children’s Hospital

September 14, 2016

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Mid-City Electric partners with Turner Construction and several other industry firms to beautify homes near Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Mid-City Electric, Turner Construction, and several local construction firms participated in the 2016 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Healthy Neighborhoods, Healthy Families (HNHF) Community Work Day Saturday, Aug. 6. The community event, launched in 2008, is a part of the overall HNHF initiative. The HNHF initiative targets five impact areas on Columbus’ South Side(the area around the Read More

Mid-City Hires Project Manager and Estimator, Damon Clement

September 2, 2016

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Mid-City Hires Project Manager and Estimator, Damon Clement

Damon Clement is the newest project manager and estimator to join Mid-City Electric. A Dayton, Ohio native, Damon began his career in construction as a landscaper, and decided to make the change to the electrical trades as a way to transition out of the seasonal profession. His uncle was an HVAC contractor and encouraged him Read More