Member contractor CR Electric is helping local school districts become cleaner and brighter thanks to newly installed LED lighting. “We have several local schools, such as Howland, Liberty, Campbell, Lordstown and McDonald switching to LEDs,” said Nikki Copenhaver, project coordinator at CR Electric. “Between all of our projects, we’ve installed thousands of lamps and fixtures.”
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High school football gets underway in the Mahoning Valley this week, and member contractor CR Electric is helping shine a new light at Liberty High School’s Leopard Stadium. Undergoing renovations this year, Leopard Stadium features new field turf, along with upgraded 500-watt LED lighting fixtures. “This project was important to us because it’s so close
As work continues on a silo project for City Concrete, Jason Rubin, president of CR Electric, couldn’t be happier with how everything is coming together. “We actually put our design together on paper with the controls, control cabinets, control centers and service,” Rubin said. “Now, we’re at the point six months later, we’re building the
Jason Rubin of Girard’s CR Electric built his business largely by being available, a customer service philosophy he strongly believes in. Jason Rubin never wants to miss a phone call. “My philosophy from day one has been to always answer your phone,” said Rubin, president of CR Electric, Inc. “If you take a job, you
Jason (left) and Marc Rubin share a unique bond as a father-son team running successful businesses in the local electrical industry. Girard’s CR Electric, Inc. stands by the slogan: “Electricity never sleeps, and neither do we.” According to Jason Rubin, company president, his employees are not the only ones who stay awake until the job
Bill Martin, CR Electric electrician, is among the many employees of the Girard-based electrical contractor who helped set up and support the Liberty-McDonald Relay for Life. The folks at Girard’s CR Electric Inc. contributed their time and resources to the fight against cancer by powering the upcoming Liberty-McDonald Relay for Life event. This is not
30,000 feet of conduit. 300 drawings. 3 years. Those are just some of the numbers that have revolved around the Niles Wastewater Treatment Facility project for Girard-based CR Electric. “I couldn’t do this without my team in the office – Tom McCleery, Nikki Copenhaver and John Robertson and also my outside team, Brad Darno, Mike Mientkewicz,
Giving back to the community is a cornerstone philosophy for Girard-based CR Electric. For the last 18 years, they’ve lent a helping hand with the electrical services for Relay for Life events. On Thursday, members of the CR Electric team were at Woodland Park in McDonald donating their time to help set up generators for this weekend’s
It’s not a good idea to mix business with pleasure. As far as CR Electric Inc. President Jason Rubin is concerned, this old adage couldn’t be further from the truth. “I want to make my business a fun place to work,” he explained. “We are blessed with great employees who work hard and get the
CR Electric of Liberty set up the electricity needs for the Liberty Relay for Life this month with help from some IBEW Local 64 members as a community service project. Involved in the project were (left to right) Jason Rubin, Bill Booth, Tim Barringer, Jack Kelly, Roger Peskor, Dwight Prowitt and Tim Moran. More than