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GEC2 Races The Clock

Posted by GEC2 on Jul 15, 2020 2:00:00 PM

GEC2 is largely known for finishing a great job ahead of schedule.

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Topics: lunch, airport, electrical, contractor, losangeles, world, construction, GEC2, Lighting

The Women Behind the Success at GEC2

Posted by GEC2 on Mar 6, 2020 4:23:20 PM

At GEC2, we take pride in providing our customers with the best of the best! The staff behind the success is a full functioning team of diverse individuals. Our groundbreaking women are both administrative leaders and innovators on the job site. In...

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Topics: appreciation, electrical, contractor, losangeles, gardena, construction, Women, Women In Construction, NAWIC

GEC2 is on the go with The Duty-Free Stores

Posted by GEC2 on Mar 4, 2020 11:30:00 AM

The Duty-free stores have been a go-to stop for tourists worldwide. GEC2 was granted a project with Duty-free to achieve an $85K project, at the LAX Tom Bradly international terminal.The Duty-Free stores cater to people on the go, who seek...

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Topics: airport, losangeles, lax, TBIT, DFS

GEC2 Joins the shape-wear revolution with SPANX

Posted by GEC2 on Feb 19, 2020 1:00:00 PM

"Looking good and feeling better", that's how Spanx shape-wear has established it's place in modern pop culture. GEC2 was rewarded with the $125K SPANX electrical project! Spanx Shapewear was founded in recognition of the mission “to help women...

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Topics: airport, losangeles, lax, GEC2, Designer, Clothing, Terminal 2

GEC2 On the Small Screen with Univison

Posted by GEC2 on Jan 28, 2020 11:00:00 AM

GEC2 works alongside LAX to undertake an 180K project with Univison . The Univison store, located in Terminal 2, is stocked with items ranging from newspapers to snacks suited for the common traveler. 

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Topics: electrical, losangeles, GEC2, Terminal 2, Snacks, T2, Accessories, Univision

GEC2 Completes T3 Dining Terrace

Posted by GEC2 on Dec 17, 2019 9:30:00 AM

GEC2 completed the lighting and electrical projects for the Food Court located in Terminal 3. This $600K project is part of the state of the art upgrade and renovations that are underway at LAX. The electrical build out for this dining terrace was...

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Topics: lunch, electrical, losangeles, lax, Lighting, Terminal 3, Panda Express, Earthbar, AH Bar, Food Court

GEC2 Wins California Pizza Kitchen

Posted by GEC2 on Dec 10, 2019 9:30:00 AM

California Pizza Kitchen, a hometown restaurant located in Los Angeles World Airport, was awarded to GEC2. This $350K electrical project was completed in part of the many innovations to modernize Terminal 1. Early morning travelers can catch this...

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Topics: airport, electrical, losangeles, GEC2, dining, Terminal 1, California Pizza Kitchen, Pizza, Modernization

Starting Strong with GEC2

Posted by GEC2 on Nov 26, 2019 9:24:27 AM

Among the remodels and new shops to launch at LAX, GEC2 was awarded the $250K Sea Legs electrical and lighting project. This upscale restaurant and bar is located directly next to Gate 8. Sea Legs was also the first restaurant to open in Terminal 2...

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Topics: lunch, airport, electrical, contractor, losangeles, world, construction, terminal, lax, Lighting, fine dining, sea legs

PID Awards Deli & Co. Project to GEC2

Posted by GEC2 on Nov 19, 2019 6:51:03 PM

GEC2 was awarded the $80K electrical service and renovation project for Deli & Co. in LAX. This grab and go shop, located near Gate 9, was the first gate renovated at Terminal 1.

Deli & Co. offers a selection of prepared salads, wraps, sandwiches,...

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Topics: airport, losangeles, construction, PID, Deli&Co, renovation, convenient, lax, dining

GEC2 Says Thanks

Posted by GEC2 on Nov 5, 2019 2:14:32 PM

On Friday, October 25th, GEC2 hosted an appreciation lunch for the teams who dedicate their days to building out the new MSC Terminal at LAX. The lunch was a special thanks to all electricians, construction workers, safety coordinators and...

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Topics: Insider, appreciation, electrical, contractor, losangeles, gardena, construction

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