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April 2015

2014 Safety Award Winner with Turner Construction

Harlan Electric remains commitment to safety.

Harlan Electric came out on top and was recently honored by Turner Construction for their Subcontractor Outstanding Safety Performance in 2014 on a recent project at St. Thomas West Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.

Each year the management team at Turner Construction awards one subcontractor among all of the trades they are currently working with and between all of their active projects in the Southeast Region (AL, FL, GA, IN, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN).  This year Harlan Electric proved their commitment to excellence when it comes to safety by winning this award.  We are incredibly proud of our team being recognized in the industry as a safety leader and are committed to strengthening our safety standards and practices.

Pictured above from left to right: Rob Sudderth (Turner Construction; Lead Superintendent), John Jordan (Harlan Electric; Lead Superintendent), Ron Sears (Turner Construction; Regional Safety Director), Steve Cannon (Harlan Electric; Safety Director), Tyler White (Turner Construction; On-Site Safety Manager) and Brock Boyter (Turner Construction; On-Site Foreman).


March 2015

Getting Healthier at Harlan

Harlan Electric employees recently completed their application with the American Heart Association to be recognized as a 'Fit-Friendly Worksite'.


The Fit-Friendly Worksite designation recognizes employers who go above and beyond when it comes to their employees’ health.










Employee health and wellness is important at Harlan and the company has recently made positive worksite changes for the betterment of employees including a new policy encouraging smoke free living.  Harlan is proud to say their workplace is 100% tobacco free!   In addition to being 100% tobacco free on-site, the company also created an employee gym to promote more physical activity before or after the work day or during lunch breaks.  Kickboxing, yoga, and strength training classes are often formed with groups of employees wanting to help each other on the path to better health.  

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