Success Stories

Meet Grace, our BIM intern!

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Did you know Mid-City has internships?  Meet Grace Brethel. She is currently interning with our BIM department! This fall, she will be going into her fifth and final year of studying Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, and her last of five co-op sessions.  In the past, she has co-oped for three semesters with Read More

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National Safety Month at Mid-City

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  These days, safety is more important than ever.  Here at Mid-City, we know how critical it is to maintain a safe environment.  Our Director of Safety, Sanjay Patel, offered his perspective. “I am proud of our dedication to maintain a safe environment for our employees.  We have always taken safety very serious, but now, Read More

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Project Spotlight, Franklin County Forensic Science Center

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Project Name: Franklin County Forensic Science Center Scope of Work: electrical construction Size: 54,000 square feet Project at a Glance  This was a 54,000-square-foot design assist project located at the new Franklin County Forensic Science Center campus   Installations included a 3,000 amp 480/277 volt service and (2) 750KW generators with 3,000 amp paralleling switch gear. Read More

COVID Team Update

Mask Update: COVID-19 100% Mask Policy

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In accordance with Governor DeWine’s recommendations, the Ohio Department of Health, and the CDC, masks are to be worn on all job sites, in our office, the prefab shop, and warehouse. Below are the CDC guidelines that explain what cloth masks are intended for, and how to properly use them in combination with social distancing: Read More

COVID Team Update

COVID Update, May 2020

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We wanted to inform everyone that a Mid-City employee at one of our projects has tested positive for COVID-19. This individual is at home and is doing well with only minor symptoms. This person will remain at home for two weeks, and we will communicate with him regularly to monitor his condition. Both Mid-City and Read More