NECA Contractor, Center Line Electric is supporting critical infrastructure during the COVID-19 crisis and recently completed a 60-bed addition at Beaumont Hospital – Troy Campus. The project work was completed over 6 days with IBEW Local 58 – Detroit electricians on a 12-hour shift to finish the necessary electrical work.
“Center Line Electric is proud to be onsite at Beaumont Hospital – Troy Campus working on 60 additional beds for COVID-19 related patients. We’re proud of our dedicated team who continue to provide critical support during this unprecedented time.” Todd Bertolini, Vice President of Field Operations, Center Line Electric.
In addition to providing critical infrastructure support, Center Line Electric is also supporting hospital workers through their “We Appreciate our Health Care (HC) Workers” program by delivering meals. The program began last week with the CLE team delivering 50 meals to Beaumont Hospital – Troy Campus and 25 meals to DMC Children’s Hospital in Troy. The program was organized by Todd Bertolini, VP of Operations and led by CLE/Local 58 electrician Linda Conflitti Joudi.
“It’s the least we can do to support the Hospital Heroes working tirelessly on the front lines serving the community we love.” Kelvin Squires, CEO, Center Line Electric.
Dedicated NECA Contractors like Center Line Electric and IBEW Local 58 electricians are at sites across the region providing critical infrastructure support for medical, manufacturing, energy, water and other facilities.
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) represents roughly 240 signatory electrical contractors in Southeastern MI who partner with the highly skilled labor of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 58 who have over 4,800 members in the region. Visit www.poweringmichigansfuture.com for more information.