Nickle honored with safety and student awards

Nickle Electrical Companies received two safety awards from local contractors associations for exemplary performance over the past year.   On March 12, Nickle was selected as one of the recipients

It’s time to reflect on the past year, evaluate setbacks, and celebrate accomplishments. Nickle’s 2014 was one for the books. The company reached a number of its business plan goals

Today please honor the “hands that build America”

Today is National Tradesmen Day and we’d like to take the time to thank each and every employee here at Nickle Electrical Companies for their dedication to this company and

Estimator Paul McMahon retires

Estimators pictured left-right: Heath Thompson, Paul McMahon, James Vanderslice, Matt Healy, Dave Spittle, and Mark Benson.   Today Estimator Paul McMahon is retiring from Nickle Electrical. Last year he joined

Nickle’s 2013 year in review

All-in-all I think we can call 2013 a triumph for Nickle Electrical. We reached a major safety milestone, won two more Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence Awards, supported and participated in

Our December newsletter is now available for download on our homepage You can read about Nickle’s recent ABC Excellence Awards, continuing education, human resources updates, community outreach, the Nickle

John DeMatteis, former president of Transit Electric, joined the Nickle team on December 2 in the service jobs division. He will hold the title of Vice President of Service. A

Long-time Nickle employees recognized

Back Row (l-r): Joe Habbart, Steve Dignan, Jim Wills, Tom Sulpizi, John Doyle, Kevin Sheldon Middle Row (l-r): John Guhl, Debbie Dignan, Joey Rinarelli, Bobby Husbands, Ryan Kennedy, Dwight Nicholson,

Jack Pratt retires from Nickle

After working six years with Nickle Electrical, Jack Pratt is retiring from the industry. He worked as a mechanic out of our Georgetown location. A dinner celebration was held on

Running 4 the House

The Ronald McDonald House of Delaware’s mission is to provide a “home away from home” for the families of seriously ill or injured children who are being treated at local