Ace Electric was honored to be recognized as the Pine Grove Elementary School Large Business Partner of the Year. We are proud to support the schools in our community.
Lowndes High School students interested in participating in the 2022 AMPED Intern Program visited our Engineering & Fabrication facility to learn more about the summer internship opportunities and to gain some hands-on experiences. While there, the students had a chance to meet US Congressman Austin Scott who was also visiting and touring the facility.
Ace Electric was honored to host Congressman Austin Scott for a short meeting and tour of the Ace Engineering & Fabrication facility. While there, Congressman Scott also had the opportunity to meet with Lowndes High students who were participating in a hands-on learning field trip.
Ace Electric, Inc. held our 2022 Safety Summit for our Safety Professionals on April 26th and 27th at our Engineering & Fabrication Division in Valdosta, Georgia. The two day program covered training on updates and familiarization with safety policies and industry trends, DOT driver requirements and an 8 hour train-the-trainer on proper rigging inspection and rigging techniques. The Safety Summit attendees represented all 6 divisions, Atlanta GA, Macon GA, Statesboro GA, Valdosta GA, Siler City NC and Jackson TN
Congratulations Hahira Middle School for winning the 2022 Georgia TSA State Championship. Ace Electric, Inc. was proud to sponsor trophies for participants who placed 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in their competitive events. Keep up the great work!!
On March 1st, Ace had the pleasure of hosting students from Brooks County High School at our Engineering and Fabrication facility. While there, students toured the facility, learned about Ace Electric, the Ace Apprenticeship Program and experienced hands-on training such as pipe bending, pipe threading and panel box assembly. Big thanks goes out to Mr. Dustin Haskins, Agriculture Mechanics teacher, for connecting with our Workforce Development Team to offer this opportunity to his students.
Echols County High School students recently toured Ace Electric’s Engineering and Fabrication facility. While there, students learned about Ace Electric, the Ace Apprenticeship Program and experienced hands-on training such as pipe bending and panel box assembly. Big thanks goes out to Mr. Hank Majeski, Agriculture Mechanics teacher, for connecting with our Workforce Development Team to offer this opportunity to his students.