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Builders Exchange Will Honor Mid-City with Two Major Industry Awards in November

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Mid-City Electric will be receiving a Builders Exchange Craftsmanship Award and Safety Achievement Award this fall Recognizing the project crew from Nationwide Children’s Hospital, the Craftsmanship Award names Steven Driver, Riley Fetherolf, Jack Hickman, Paul Poklinkowski, and Tommy Rathbun recipients of this prestigious honor. The team will be recognized for electrical installations and upgrades at Read More

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Spotlight on Service: How well do you know our service capabilities?

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Service Van 2019

The service department, which is led by Service Manager Jimmy Dew, has 40 service electricians that are available around the clock. Providing everything from transformer repairs, motor control troubleshooting, power quality metering, and much, much more, our service team thrives on finding lasting solutions, fast, for our clients. Here’s a closer look at what’s going Read More

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Mid-City’s Madison Hospital Renovation is the largest construction project in hospital history

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Madison Health is getting an additional 37,000 square feet of hospital space for Christmas this year, thanks to an infrastructure upgrade and two-story expansion project that is scheduled to reach completion this December. With this being Madison Health’s largest construction project to date, the hospital will look drastically different to patients and staff once complete Read More

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PROJECT SPOTLIGHT, Ohio State Building and Construction Trades Council Suite Renovation

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Project Name:  Ohio State Building and Construction Trades Council Suite Renovation Square Feet: 3,224 sq ft Scope of Work: electrical renovation  Project at a Glance: Renovation to a suite in the 37-story Huntington Center Building in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Mid-City’s work included installing lighting fixtures, receptacles ranging from in- wall to floor boxes, data connections, Read More

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Ryan Dew Promoted to CFO!

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We are very pleased to announce that Ryan Dew has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer of Mid-City Electric. Over the past six years, Ryan made a variety of contributions in his previous role as Director of Human Resources helping us to develop talent growth initiatives to enhance our employee benefits programs, his oversight of Read More

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Learning opportunities at Mid-City!

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We are so excited about our newest learning opportunity for our team! We have started a 52-week long video coaching program developed by Breslin Strategies, Inc. Growth in leadership, communication, and team building are just a few skills that will be highlighted in this series.  Project Managers, Foremen, and Journeymen alike will all be engaged Read More

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Mid-City Hires Fred Welch as Project Manager

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Mid-City welcomes back former electrician Fred Welch as a project manager and estimator! Originally from Columbus, Fred has been in the business starting at the age of 17. He acquired his electrical license at age 27 and has been involved in projects ever since. Fred has done a wide variety of projects but specializes primarily Read More

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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