Congratulations to Justin Whitehurst and Lin Fararr. Both are graduates of the Independent Electrical Contractor’s Four Year, Federally Registered Electrical Apprenticeship program. Continue reading
On May 16th, Prism took part in the 12th annual American Subcontractor Association’s Poker Run event benefiting Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and Happy Hill Farm Academy.
Prism Electric was a proud participant in the Balfour Beatty Safety Stand Down at the North Richland Hills Municipal Building job site. The Stand Down took place on 6 May 2015. Continue reading
We just got new, professional, photographs of this incredible project. Terminal A was awarded to Prism in 2011. The project includes replacements of all Terminal A building systems, including electrical, plumbing, HVAC, fire protection, security, building management, and voice and data. Prism Electric is the electrical contractor for the Terminal A project and is executing all portions of the electrical work. Continue reading
Prism Electric, Inc. is thrilled to have been selected as the electrical contractor for the Texas Scottish Rite for Children North Campus project. We are currently working with the team in a design assist capacity. HKS, Inc. is the architect, ccrd Partners is the engineer and The Beck Group is the project’s general contractor.
We pride ourselves in having one of the largest and strongest service fleets in our industry. Our latest photo of our Dallas fleet bears testament.
Certificates of Appreciation awarded by the North Richland Hills (NRH) Municipal Building Project supervision team are proudly Continue reading
The Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc. (IEC) recognized Prism Electric with a SPARK Certificate. Spark recognizes outstanding commitment and dedication to safety based on completion of the IEC’s Safety Program Awareness and Retention Kit. Continue reading
New employees on our UTSW Garage project and our North Richland Hills Municipal Building project are getting started with some very important training, OSHA 10 Hour. These employees just started their first class in their first year of IEC Apprenticeship the first week of September.
Left to right: Jonathan Flores, Francisco Fernandez, Juan Flores, Gary Strickland & Manny Aguilar
Through the efforts of progressive-minded field supervisors, Prism has been recognized as an industry leader in training, and has received additional state funding opportunities for training based on our excellent level of participation and our record of advancement of participants.
Six of Prisms most recent additions to the IEC (Independent Electrical Contractors) Federally Registered Apprenticeship Program, have recently completed the OSHA 10 Hour Safety Training for Construction, and received their Prism “OSHA 10 “ hard-had stickers, which they are proudly displaying.
Along with their OSHA completion card, they received the personalized TEXO “ Safety First” badge that can be worn to signify successful completion of a uniform, industry recognized program, meeting the safety training requirements of most contractors and job sites. This training was conducted at the CEF (Construction Education Foundation) DFW Training Center.
Left to right: Vance Richardson, Juan Morales, Jesus Gonzalez.
IEC Apprentices from the Gateway project, pictured with with Supervisor Juan Flores.