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2013 IEC Atlanta Graduation Ceremony

DSC 0011smOn Friday, July 12th, 2013 at the IEC Atlanta Graduation Ceremony, Thomas LeMay was recognized for 19 Years of service on Code Making Panels No. 19 and 9 for the NFPA National Electrical Code.

Thomas LeMay was a principle member on Panel 19 during the 1996 thru 2002 Code Cycles and then moved to Code Making Panel 9 for the 2005, 2008 and 2011 Code Cycles.

LeMay was an IEC Electrical Contractor representative for the NFPA and was an active participant in reviewing and crafting code language for the National Electrical Code.

Presenting LeMay with the recognition is past IEC Atlanta President, Ken Williams of Electrical Contractor, Inc. 

Two New Journeyman Electricians


Two New Journeyman Electricians

12 July 2013

DSC 0027smLeMay Electric, Inc. is proud to once again graduate two apprentice electricians to journeyman status in 2013.

In ceremonies on Friday, July 12th , 2013, Eli Howard and Brian Blair Graduated from the IEC Apprenticeship Program after successfully completing their classroom training and course study along with their documented on the job training hours required by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training under the U.S. Department of Labor.

We are delighted to have these two fine gentlemen working in our firm and continue to support them in the pursuit of their trade.  

Pictured here with President Thomas LeMay is General Superintendant Russell Shell and Journeyman Electrician Eli Howard.

Two New Journeymen Electricians

20 July 2012

Adam-DyeLeMay Electric, Inc. is proud to graduate two more apprentice electricians to journeyman status.

On Friday, July 20th, Adam Dye and Robert Pope graduated to Journeyman Electrician status after serving four year apprenticeships with LeMay Electric, Inc. in the IEC Sponsored Apprenticeship training program. The apprenticeship program is run under the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. 

We are very proud of these two fine men and all of the men and women that we have trained to become skilled and qualified electricians in our industry since 1987.

Pictured with LeMay president Thomas LeMay and General Superintendent Russell Shell is Adam Dye with his diploma.

MARTASUN Sun Project

Atlanta Business Cronicle
Jun 8-14, 2012

LeMay employs innovation for solar panel canopy

LeMay Electric Inc.
MARTASUN Solar Canopy at the Laredo Drive Bus Maintenance Facility
Project Prime/General contractor: New South Construction Co.
Project Owner:  MARTA

MARTASUN-Solar-CanopyThe MARTA Laredo Bus Mainenance Facility Solar Canopy is a 1.17 mega watt solar power project with a future expansion capacity of up to 2.5 mega watts.  Also known as the MARTA Sun project, it is the largest solar project in Georgia and the second largest transit system solar project in the country.

LeMay Electric Inc. built the canopy, which is a 190,000-square-foot steel structure spanning an existing 220-capacity MARTA bus parking lot.

Half of the canopy supports 4,900 240-watt solar panels and the other half has perforated metal roofing panels to provide shade for the buses.  The canopies are equiped with 710 light-emitting diode fixtures to provide energy efficient lighting.

LeMay Electric Wins IEC Atlanta Safety Award

July 27, 2012

ieclogosmContact: Niel Dawson, Executive Director
Independent Electrical Contractors, Atlanta & Georgia Chapters
Phone: (770) 242-9277
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LeMay Electric Wins 2012 IEC Atlanta Safety Award

Atlanta, GA – On Friday, July 20 the IEC Atlanta Chapter held it’s Annual Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremonies, at which time the 2012 Safety Awards were announced. In the mid-size company category, LeMay Electric was chosen as the winner for the 2012 Safety Award. This is the second time that LeMay Electric has won the IEC Atlanta Safety Award. In 2011, LeMay won the IEC/CNA Safety Award for their size company.
Accepting the award for LeMay Electric was owner Tom LeMay and superintendent, Russell Shell. To be considered for the safety award companies were required to complete an application which included detailed statistical information on safety records, as well as make a presentation to a panel of judges that included a local OSHA Compliance Officer and several safety professionals.

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