Two Electrical Connection contractors are being saluted by the St. Louis Business Journal in the publication’s annual Family Business Awards. In previewing the award, the Business Journal said winning firm TD4 is now transitioning to a second generation with TD4 Electrical’s chairman and CEO, Tommy L. Davis Jr., and his son and company President Tommy L. Davis III. “Founded in 2006 by Tommy Davis Jr. and headquartered in St. Louis, TD4 Electrical is a leading electrical contractor that specializes in providing high-quality electrical services to commercial, industrial, and manufacturing customers,” noted the Business Journal.
Meanwhile, in spotlighting another honoree, Piros Signs, the Business Journal noted that the firm “is owned and operated by the Brand Family. Their work can been seen from the early days of being painted on the side of historical buildings in downtown St. Louis to Ball Park Village. The family leadership includes Jason Brand, Cyndy Brand, David Brand Sr., David Brand Jr., and Chris Brand.” Learn more.
Our IBEW/NECA partners do so much more than power office space. Their expertise also creates optimal functionality for communication technology in conference rooms and presentation space. TSI-Global Companies recently posted a blog on its web site to help companies select the right microphones for meetings. It is especially important in this era of hybrid workspaces, where virtual meetings need to communicate with absolute clarity. Learn more from TSI Global on how to connect better with employees and customers using best microphones and audio.
IBEW Local 1 is broadening opportunities for women to advance their careers and shape the future of the union by creating a new women’s committee. According to the St. Louis Labor Tribune, “The committee’s goal is create a social environment not only for IBEW Local 1 sisters, but for Local 1 brothers, women in other unions as well women seeking to enter the construction trades. The committee also has a charitable arm and is planning several efforts focused on giving back to the local community.” IBEW Local 1 Business Manager Frank Jacobs noted, “This committee along with our EWMC [Electrical Workers Minority Caucus] and RENEW [Reach-out and Engage Next-Gen Electrical Workers] and our soon-to-be added Veterans Committee will give members more opportunities to interact on a more social level with other members and strengthen the bond between the brothers and sisters of Local 1, which can only strengthen our union.”