Posted in: Company News on 15 January 2018
Watson Electrical Construction Co. is excited to welcome John Van Vactor as our Director of Training & Development. John will work to create and implement a comprehensive training and development plan addressing both company goals and objectives as well as career path development.
John comes to us with over 20 years of experience in workforce development, logistics and technology industries. He is a veteran having served in the US Air Force. He has extensive experience in the use of Learning Management Systems that can help us drive both efficiency and consistency in training across our company. John has worked with government agencies and private companies like Fed Ex delivering hundreds of training courses to thousands of employees across multiple locations. John’s experience will be a great asset as we build our training program.
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Posted in: Company News on 25 October 2017
Congratulations Watson Electrical’s Charleston division!
Watson Electrical Construction has been awarded the Excellence in Construction (EIC) Eagle Award 2017 from ABC of the Carolinas for the Mankiewicz Coating project, Choate Construction General Contractor, in the Electrical $1M - $2M category.
The Watson Electrical’s Charleston division worked hard and with determination and it showed!
ABC's Awards of Excellence Program celebrates and recognizes outstanding construction projects in North Carolina and South Carolina. The award is given to the most innovative and high-quality construction projects and safety programs. The projects are judged by impartial members of the construction industry, including prominent engineers and architects, according to the criteria for the award.
Posted in: Company News on 19 September 2017
Larry Richardson and Jamie Bragg were in Concord Thursday at the ABC of the Carolinas HR/Safety Conference to receive the ABC Platinum Step Award for Excellence in Safety. To receive the award, Watson’s OSHA Recordable Incident Rate had to be a minimum of 25% better than the national average, our Experience Modification Rate had to be better than 0.80 and we had to meet or exceed 20 other key components.