Electrical Safety Month #4 – Temporary Power

For the final week of Electrical Safety Month, Safety Director Mike Anderson and Foreman Rob Basara discuss temporary power safety on a job site.  

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Electrical Safety Month #3 – Ladder Safety

For week 3 of Electrical Safety Month, Service Mechanic Scott Estep discusses ladder safety.

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Electrical Safety Month #1 – Nickle Safety Committee

For Week #1 of Electrical Safety Month, we sat down with two members of the Nickle Electrical Safety Committee. They discussed the group’s goals, programs, and more.  

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Celebrating 30 years in business

Nickle Electrical Companies is celebrating 30 years in business in 2016! In May 1986, Paul Allen Nickle founded Paul A. Nickle, Inc, an electrical contracting company operating in northern Delaware.

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18 ways to decrease your electric bill

Happy Earth Day! This movement began in 1970 to make people aware and motivate them to act on environmental issues. Planting trees, using less energy, and reducing our carbon footprint

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Flame-resistant vs. non-flammable PPE

Electrocution is second-leading cause of worker deaths on construction sites. And burns are the most common shock-related injury. To prevent against these types of injuries, it’s important to wear the

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Types of building construction

Construction comes in all different shapes and sizes. Literally. Sometimes those shapes and sizes are determined by the type of construction taking place. Each endeavor can be classified into a

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12 greatest construction projects in history

Great Pyramid of Giza – Egypt The oldest and last existing Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, construction began on the pyramid around 2560 B.C. It’s also the largest of

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Popular construction apps

According to the Pew Research Center, 58 percent of American adults owned a smartphone or tablet in 2014 and spent an average of two hours and 42 minutes on them

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Keeping a construction site clean

When you think of a construction site, the words “clean” and “organized” don’t usually come to mind. Multiple companies and sometimes hundreds of people are working in a confined space,

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