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GEC2 Partners with Hensel Phelps to Complete West Gates at Tom Bradley Terminal

Posted by GEC2 on Oct 28, 2021 1:00:00 PM

GEC2 partnered with Hensel Phelps to complete the interior tenant improvement projects for TBIT and West Gates of Tom Bradley Terminal, at which Hawaiian Airlines began operating from early last week.

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Topics: electrical, GEC2, TBIT, Los Angeles World Airport, Tenant Improvement, Partner, Hensel Phelps, Hawaiian Airlines

GEC2 Excels in Safety with Hensel Phelps on Delta Sky Way Project

Posted by GEC2 on Sep 24, 2021 3:30:00 PM

We're giving this week's spotlight our B1050 DWP Crew and Safety Manager, David Canales, for their performance in the field at LAX!

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Topics: electrical, lax, Prevention, Safety, Los Angeles World Airport, Partner, Hensel Phelps, Team, LADWP

Hensel Phelps Acknowledges GEC2 for Leadership & Safety on Delta Sky Club Project

Posted by GEC2 on Aug 6, 2021 3:30:00 PM
We're taking this week to spotlight our Foreman, Henry Ramirez, for his outstanding performance in the field!
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Topics: lax, Terminal 3, Delta, Delta Airlines, Los Angeles World Airport, Hensel Phelps, Awards, Acknowledgement

Hensel Phelps Brings in GEC2 for Terminal 2&3 LADWP Power Redundancy Upgrade

Posted by GEC2 on Apr 8, 2021 12:02:46 PM

With the guidance of Ralph Alamillo and Adan Bermudez at Hensel Phelps, GEC2 is setting 3 new "New York style apartment home" sized underground manholes that tie into 2 existing duct banks, installing over forty-two thousand linear feet (equivalent...

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Topics: lax, Terminal 3, Terminal 2, Los Angeles, Los Angeles World Airport, Upgrade, Hensel Phelps, Cranes, LADWP, Redundancy

GEC2 Lands Huge Electrical Scope with Hensel Phelps for the Delta Sky Way Project

Posted by GEC2 on Dec 15, 2020 1:30:00 PM

GEC2 is closing the year out STRONG!

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Topics: electrical, GEC2, Los Angeles, New, Delta Airlines, Los Angeles World Airport, Tenant Improvement, Installation, Partner, 1H, Hensel Phelps, Projects, 2021, State of the Art

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