Noblesville-based Gaylor Electric has announced that its Amazon Project Rose has earned a national Excellence in Construction Eagle Award, which was presented during the ABC Convention 2021 in Grapevine, Texas. The EIC awards program is the industry’s leading competition that honors both general and specialty contractors for their world-class, safe and innovative construction projects.
The project received first place in the Electrical Construction over $10 million category.
“Project Rose marks Gaylor Electric’s tenth National Eagle,” stated Rob Griffith, chief operating officer of performance excellence, who accepted the Eagle on behalf of Gaylor Electric. “Receiving this national award is a big deal for all of our locations.”
Project Rose is a four-story, 2.65 million-square-foot Amazon robotic distribution warehouse in Spokane, Wash. The warehouse includes robotics storage platforms, processing conveyor levels and multiple offices spaces. Gaylor Electric delivered complete power distribution, emergency power infrastructure, more than 9,000 light fixtures, 600 workstations and 70 charging stations for the robotics equipment and fire alarm and radio amplification life-safety systems.
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