As you know, the NECA/IBEW team works on projects big and small, from renewable energy to power plants and hospitals to high rises, but you might not know just how small, and meaningful, NECA/IBEW construction projects can get.
The Wounded Warrior Project received a call from Quantico about a veteran in need of some odd jobs done on his family home in rural Virginia. They realized quickly, however, that they needed to call in reinforcements in order to get the job done right. Enter the NECA/IBEW team.
Together with IBEW Local 26, the electrical work needing to be done (outdoor lighting, indoor light fixtures, receptacle for the sump-pump, and others) was completed quickly, safely and efficiently without even a single missed step.
And although this particular project wasn’t the largest or the most complex, each and every member from the NECA/IBEW team never let its guard down. Many on the electrical team were veterans themselves and were happy to get down and dirty and donate their service for a fellow veteran who nearly made the ultimate sacrifice.
And again, though this wasn’t one of the largest projects, it certainly was one of the most rewarding.