Posts by Nelson Electric

Electrical Estimator

Nelson Electric is a premier Electrical Contractor in the Puget Sound Region and is searching for an experienced Commercial/Design Build Electrical Estimator to join our team. This is an excellent immediate full-time career opportunity to join a proven professional team. Company Profile Since 1951, Nelson Electric has been wiring the buildings that define the Puget…

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Electrical Project Manager

Nelson Electric is a premier Electrical Contractor in the Puget Sound Region and is searching for an experienced Senior Level Project Manager to join our team. This is an excellent immediate full-time career opportunity to join a proven professional team. Company Profile Since 1951, Nelson Electric has been wiring the buildings that define the Puget…

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Growing with the Customer

Winter 2019 Association of Washington Business “Growing with the customer” is a deeply held practice at this family-owned company. Long-term relationships with companies like Kemper Development Company and Starbucks have helped this third-generation business recently experience the fastest growth in its 67-year history. Link: https://view.joomag.com/washington-business-winter-2019-washington-business/0145298001547234915/p54 Note, this link requires FLASH.

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Eastside connects to the Internet of Things as smart office devices cut energy costs

Puget Sound Business Journal – August 10, 2018 One of Nelson Electric’s own lighting, network cabling and low-voltage systems design engineers, Geoff Newman, shares insights as to smart technology and energy costs There might be as many as 10 billion Internet-of-Things devices in the world. Lights, thermostats and other traditionally manual devices are migrating to…

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Advice: The ABC’s of POE and how it can cut the costs of construction and property operations

Puget Sound Business Journal – July 6, 2018 Nelson Electric’s own lighting, network cabling and low-voltage systems design engineers, Geoff Newman, for the Puget Sound Business Journal In today’s commercial structures, getting “powered up” is not always about installing bulky runs of thick copper wires. The electrical infrastructure, which was the standard for 100-plus years,…

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