A look inside Syracuse Universityrsquos new School of Law Dineen Hall This collaborative working area is adjacent to the schoolrsquos main library The luminaires represent flying books that create a unique look hanging over the tables OrsquoConnell Electric was the electrical contractor for the project which spanned all of 2014 The 200000squarefoot facility features an open architecture design collaborative learning spaces and stateoftheart technology (Photo courtesy of O’Connell Electric)

A look inside Syracuse University’s new School of Law, Dineen Hall. This collaborative working area is adjacent to the school’s main library. The luminaires represent flying books that create a unique look hanging over the tables. O’Connell Electric was the electrical contractor for the project, which spanned all of 2014. The 200,000-square-foot facility features an open architecture design, collaborative learning spaces, and state-of-the-art technology.

Business Boom: 2015 Top 50 Electrical Contractors

The annual Top 50 Electrical Contractors survey by our sister publication EC&M magazine is one of the best ways to get a bead on the business conditions faced by electrical distributors’ largest customer group. Below is an edited excerpt from the 2015 report. Go to www.ecmweb.com to read the full story.

The economic expansion has ignited a flame below the electrical construction market, sparking an explosion of opportunities for the nation’s Top 50 electrical contractors.

“When the market appeared to be recovered, our clients held on as long as they could,” says John Boncher, president and CEO of Cupertino Electric, Inc. (No. 7), San Jose, Calif. “Once they realized that the recovery was real, they released the hounds, and there was a building explosion.”

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