One of the many services Thompson Electric provides is low voltage data cabling. The need to keep your racking and switches clean, easy to access and understand is vital for any business. If you experience issues with your data your technician will need to get to the issue quickly. Having a hard to navigate data closet can really delay your operation.
These are a few of the transformations Thompson Electric has performed.
Renee was featured in the latest edition of Siouxland Woman Magazine. Renee shares inspiring insights and is an exemplary strong woman. Read the full article here.
Construction workers often use energy drinks, such as Monster and Red Bull, for a quick pick-me-up. However, many people are unaware of the risks their consumption poses. Using these highly caffeinated and nutritionally deficient beverages can result in serious health complications. In fact, many companies in the construction industry have deemed energy drinks dangerous enough to ban them from work sites. Read the rest of the article here.
The inaugural fleX Class of 2017 have become graduates after 9 months of study. During this time these individuals learned all aspects of business, leadership skills, and project management techniques while working in real life situations. They encountered real life scenario’s set up to help them understand and learn firsthand about how to work and negotiate with a variety of people.
These graduates included Nick Hoffman, Dillan Malloy, Brice Sayler and Tyler Walsh. The graduation included the instructors from the year and the graduate’s families.
The fleX Program started on September 8th and ended on May 18th, 2017, and Graduation Day ended with a celebratory dinner and award ceremony. Congratulations to the graduates of 2017.
Thompson Electric and TEC-Corp employees participated in the Sioux City Litter Dash last Friday.
13 teams with 900 volunteers in total from local Siouxland businesses and community groups took part.
The goal of the litter dash was to help cleanup and beautify our community and reduce littler in the environment.
The Thompson and TEC-Corp team had 13 members total. The assignment was the Perry Creek trail from 11th to 19th street. It was quite an undertaking, but it was a great way to help clean up the walking trail. In total 175 bags of litter were collected. Of that 175 bags 52 were picked up by the Thompson and TEC team!
Thank you to everyone to who pitched in for the inaugural Sioux City Litter Dash!