Year in Review – Thompson Electric

 

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As we look ahead to 2014 and what looks like a very promising year, we need to reflect back on 2013 and evaluate our performance as a company.  2013, was a very good year for Thompson Electric.  We had an outstanding year of work, keeping everybody extremely busy.  All of our offices were busy with work and at times, it seemed like we were almost too busy.  It’s a credit to our employees for all of their hard work and dedication to getting the job done and doing it right.  Throughout the year, Thompson Electric manages and completes hundreds of projects and listed below are some of the larger projects that Thompson Electric was awarded in 2013.   Also, in 2013, we were awarded two of the largest projects that Thompson Electric has ever done and we look forward in 2014 to continue this trend.

Project highlights for the Omaha office include a large data center that Thompson Electric partnered with Parsons Electric of Minneapolis.  They also were awarded several projects for Creighton University, Gordman’s Corporate Offices, and senior housing projects that include, Heritage at Sterling Ridge, Heritage at Legacy, Ridgewood of Seward and Brookestone of Columbus.

Project highlights for Sioux Falls office includes Phase 2 of the Raven Industries Corporate Office renovation, a new Madison Community Hospital Replacement Facility in Madison, a new Walmart Supercenter and Avera’s new medical clinic in Sioux Falls, a new grain storage facility for Cargill in Emery and numerous projects for South Dakota State University.

Project highlights for the Sioux City office include Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Sunnybrook Medical Clinic, West Elementary School, Heelan High School, City of LeMars Waste Water Treatment Plant, Bodeans Plant Expansion in LeMars, Prairie Ridge Care Center in Orange City, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, SD and numerous projects for Cargill, MidAmerican Energy and American Popcorn.

So, as 2013 came to a close, it was a very good year and the future for Thompson Electric has never looked better.