REI transported a new generator to a customer's communication remote site, prepared a new concrete reinforced pad, placed generator on the the new pad after curing and upgraded the standby generator at the requested by the customer. Once final connections were made to the new generator the existing generator was taken off line and removed from the site.
Steve Sasfy is the employee spotlight of the Month! Steve has been employed with REI Telecom for 33 years. Steve is responsible for large scale projects and overseeing several personnel during the duration of the project we have been awarded to complete. Steve has been involved in large commercial electrical service upgrades, large scale generator and UPS system upgrades and critical night work projects that require a lot of planning and coordination. Congratulations Steve thanks for your great work and aggressive effort. Keep it up!
Senior Airman Jesse Younkin of the 179th recently returned from deployment. Jesse is presenting a certificate and flag to Tim Roehrenbeck, president of REI Telecom for their role in supporting troops overseas. REI Telecom provided care packages for Jesse and his squadron for missions flown in the Middle East. Actual flag shown here was involved in missions of undisclosed location and nature during this past Memorial Day! REI is a proud supporter of the men and women of our armed services. Thank you for all you do!
REI Telecom celebrated Independence Day with all of its employees today. Tom Sasfy, aka the "Grillfather" (pictured below) was in charge of grilling the hotdogs and hamburgers for this years celebration. Company owner, Tim Roehrenbeck, understand the importance of celebrating such an important holiday with all of his employees.
REI Telecom outgrew its Groveport office last year and built a new 13,000 sq.ft. building in nearby Canal Winchester, Ohio. Our new office and warehouse allowed us to install a new state-of-the-art training center that is being used to teach and educate our current and newest REI employees.
Many people of have asked about our old Groveport offices. In November of last year, REI Telecom President, Tim Roehrenbeck, and Columbus Alliance Soccer Club Director, Randall Gibson, signed a lease that would allow the soccer club to open its very own training center. Our old Groveport office is now the new home for the soccer club, and the Alliance Center for Athletic Excellence. The club installed synthetic turf in the back 4,000 sq.ft. area of the warehouse, and is using the front area for club offices and class rooms. Mr. Gibson says the new space will allow his club to further develop its players even when the weather outside will not permit. The club is also very excited about the new classrooms and hopes that this will open up a whole new way of teaching, and allow players the opportunity to understand the game of soccer on a higher level.
For more information about the soccer club, please visit their website at www.columbusalliancesc.com.
The first of the year brings many new resolutions and other changes. As with our personal lives, changes can also be a good thing for business. We have made some slight changes to our website, and hope to share them with you throughout this year. One of the changes you will notice is our HOME page. Our layout has changed a bit as we are putting more of an emphasis on our "Latest Post" section. Here you will keep up to date on the many REI Telecom's projects, notable news events, as well as employee spotlights. We've also changed our PROJECTS page to mirror our HOME page. One of the last changes we have made is our updated REI BlOG. Here we will share with our current and prospective clients more in depth details about our latest projects and business offerings.
We hope you will enjoy our website, and find it to be helpful when it comes to learning more about REI Telecom. For even more information on REI Telecom please call our office at 614.492.8338.
Work continues at the new Dummen Orange (dummenorange.com) offices located at 250 High Street, downtown Columbus. REI crews have been busy completing the electrical installations. REI and its employees would like to the thank the Dummen Orange company for their business!
250 High Street in downtown Columbus has been keeping REI Telecom busy for the last several months. Crews finished up their second job site by installing all of the electrical wiring and cabling for Coyote Logistic's new downtown office. We would like to thank Coyote Logistics for allowing us the opportunity to partner with them on their new office space.
Jeff Rieser has been in the electrical industry for over 30 years. In 2015 Jeff reached his 10 year Anniversary with REI Telecom! Congratulations Jeff! He has held his Ohio electrical license for 25 years and currently holds the fire alarm certification. Jeff, as a journeyman electrician, leads electrical projects for REI telecom throughout the year and assists in the training of the apprentice electricians. Thanks for all your efforts Jeff...great job!
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