This year Nickle Electrical was awarded three Excellence in Construction awards from the Associated Builders and Contractors Delaware chapter.
One of the projects given an award at the Excellence level was Hologic DET. The facility, located in Newark, manufactures medical imaging systems for women’s health examinations such as mammograms. The nearly 10,000-square-foot addition doubled product and output at the existing facility with cutting-edge technology. Team members: Estimator Dave Spittle, Project Manager Eric Webb, Foreman Jim Wills
The second Excellence award was given to the new, state-of-the-art Delaware City DMV facility. Nickle successfully designed and built the electrical systems for this 48,000-square-foot project serving New Castle and Kent County Delaware. Team members: Senior Estimator Matt Healy, Project Manager Brandon Cale, Foreman Brian Morgan
The third award was given at the Merit level to Woodbridge High School. This project was almost half a century in the making. The new 160,000-square-foot facility opened its doors to more than 600 students in September with modern, state-of-the-art features to educate today’s youth. Team members: Project Manager Dave Schreffler, Foreman Ed Starkey
“Congratulations to all the employees who worked on these projects,” said Nickle President/CEO Steve Dignan. “It’s a reflection of all the hard work everyone puts out on every project both big and small.”
Nickle now holds a total of 31 ABC Excellence in Construction Awards. The honors were presented at an awards dinner on November 20 at the Chase Center on the Wilmington Riverfront.
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