The Queen Mary is Cruising With GEC2

Posted by GEC2 on Mar 25, 2020 1:00:00 PM

GEC2 has been always been a step ahead when it comes to providing exceptional services. While they are largely known for completing electrical and lighting projects, infrared scanning has become a "new" high demand for the team. In mid-February GEC2 was granted the Infrared Project for The Queen Mary, a historical Cruise ship docked in Long Beach, CA. This ship is a top tourist attraction in California and serves as a hotel for visitors. Erin Dawson, who is the VP of Electrical Sales at GEC2, was honored to work with Management and provide quality maintenance for the iconic attraction.

If you've had the pleasure of visiting Long Beach harbor, you know how breathtaking the massive ship is. Carrying over 810,000 military personnel in World War II, this ship has become increasingly popular since its last voyage. The Queen Mary has been docked since 1967, reporting an estimate of over 50 million guests.

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Topics: electrical, GEC2, World-Class, Women In Construction, Project, Voyage, Preventative, Long Beach, The Queen Mary, Cruise Ship, Maintenance, Infrared Scanning