Freestate Electric is proud to have participated in the Maryland Foundation Teacher Extern Program with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce this past summer. We were thrilled to work with Dennis Poe who is a teacher at Croom Vocational High School in PG County, and we’re going to continue to support Dennis’ efforts to show his students the value of a career in the skilled trades.
Freestate Baltimore and Native Sons Electric Contractors joint venture was awarded the electrical construction for the $429-million headworks and wet weather flow equalization project at Back River WWTP. The team of Clark Construction and Ulliman-Schutte joint venture, is constructing the city’s first construction manager at-risk infrastructure project scheduled for completion by 2021.
Freestate is working with Local 24 to upgrade their Patapsco Avenue Union Hall building and grounds. As part of their green initiative Local 24 will be reducing its carbon footprint while enjoying improved safety and security by upgrading the exterior building and parking lot lighting to state of the art LED lighting. The local will benefit from reduced energy costs and will take advantage of available rebates from BGE as well.Plus, the longer service life of the fixtures helps reduce maintenance and replacement costs. Freestate continues to support the efforts of Local 24 to showcase the services we provide in the best possible light.
Craftsmen from Freestate Electrical Construction Company were recently honored at the Washington Building Congress’ 61st Annual Craftsmanship Awards this past March for their outstanding lighting work at Trump International Hotel at the Old Post Office in Washington, DC.