PowerWright Technologies is very proud to announce and welcome Hamid Sharifnia, P.E. as the Company’s Substation and Protection/Control Engineering Manager.
To help customers conserve resources, FPL has issued a list of nine handy ways for families to conserve costs and precious energy as the impending holidays require extra cooking and lighting.
Utilities have announced a new initiative designed to enhance the resiliency and reliability of the power grid by providing additional sources for obtaining critical equipment following disastrous events.
Chicago has identified up to $184 million in annual energy savings possible through increased efficiency strategies at 1,800 properties across 77 neighborhoods.
At PowerWright Technologies, we strive to be cutting-edge, not only with our services, but also with our company culture.
Work-life balance is one of the things we strive for most at PowerWright Technologies. We are client focused, quality driven, and team centered. We understand that each team member plays an integral role in our company. In addition to our monthly PowerWright office celebrations, we’ve decided to take our goal of creating work-life balance to new heights.
PowerWright Technologies is happy to announce two new programs: FLEXtime and FLEXdays. The goal of these new programs is to create a happier, more satisfying workplace by giving our team the ability to design their own work schedule as well as providing more days off in addition to their vacation days.
At PowerWright Technologies, we celebrate our differences. In fact, we thrive on them for the benefit of our employees, our clients, and our community.
This is just another added benefit of joining the PowerWright team. Interested in learning more about our career openings? Visit our Careers page
In a previous post we shared why diverse suppliers is good business. You can read that post here: https://powerwrighttech.com/strength-in-diversitylarge-corporations-find-working-with-minority-owned-firms-is-good-business/
As a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) we believe in bringing people together who share different perspectives, backgrounds, experiences, and ideas. This is one of the many things that makes us unique as a full-service Engineering and Construction/Project Management firm. After over a decade of delivering value-added design solutions for electric utilities and other industries, we’ve learned that there is strength in diversity.
The proverbial “win-win” scenario can be an elusive goal in the business world, where, competition being what it is, someone’s gain is someone else’s loss.
But that’s not true in the world of supply chains. These networks of interdependent companies are becoming both more complex and more pervasive–it’s not uncommon for even the smallest of start-ups to forge critical supply-chain partnerships with other firms from Day One.
As they do, many are following the lead of large, long-established companies by ensuring that their supply chain networks are as diverse as possible. Simply put, that means looking for companies (typically, small companies) owned by veterans, women, people with disabilities, or others who have historically been underrepresented in the world of suppliers. It can also include efforts to tap suppliers who are based in economically disadvantaged regions of the country.
view the full article on Inc.com: http://www.inc.com/branded-content/lockheed-martin.html
How has the identity of PowerWright changed over the past ten years?
Jaimie Wright: The redesign is the first major overhaul of PowerWright’s visual identity in ten years. This includes a reimagined logo, new website and packaging; all of which are a part of the larger brand evolution underway at PowerWright Technologies. The lion; emphasizes pride, strength and leadership which are at the core of our corporate culture. Our identity has been reengineered, while PowerWright still holds true to being client focused and quality driven.
PowerWright Technologies has expanded rapidly over the past decade. Under your leadership, PowerWright has become a leader in the Engineering and Construction Management space. Only yesterday the company announced a new partnership with Palm Beach State College, and expanded its services to a new area of engineering. What qualities do you look for in your leaders to take you in this new direction?
Jaimie Wright: I feel very proud to be able to work with some of the best Engineers in the industry. We like to think of our team at PowerWright as a family. Our leaders need to be collaborative, creative and adaptable, because that’s how this company continues to grow while holding true to our core.
Your new brand identity incorporates a cleaner, modern design. What was the design inspiration?
Jaimie Wright: The ten-year-old logo no longer reflected the direction of PowerWright. We have refreshed our logo to mirror who we are today and symbolize our dynamic future. We are proud of our history, which is why our new brand identity retains core elements including the color palette and slogan. Our business has grown and evolved, and we felt it was time for a change.
This is an incredibly exciting year at PowerWright Technologies as we welcome a new logo, new team members and new partnerships.
PowerWright Technologies, unveiled a refreshed logo to build on the company’s legacy and demonstrate our commitment to providing client focused, quality driven results.
The new logo is a cleaner, modern design and the lion, the universal symbol for pride, strength and leadership uniquely emphasizes PowerWright’s standing in the engineering industry.
Starting today, you’ll see the new PowerWright Technologies logo being used prominently. The most visible showcase for the new logo is PowerWright Technologies website (PowerWrightTech.com), which features an in depth look into the company and its services.
Employees of successful companies must be able to work cohesively together. Team building is an essential part of that. The PowerWright team came together recently for an afternoon of fun to participate in activities in which employees had to strategize, plan, and communicate with each other in various events. The teams were comprised of employees from different departments so that each group would be able to learn new ways to communicate with each other.
One activity of the day simulated the sending and receiving of communications. Details regarding a drawing were relayed from one employee to the next with the goal of duplicating the actual picture at the end of the line. See the winning drawing above!
Not only was the day an opportunity to enjoy the South Florida weather, but it was also an opportunity to teach employees about trust and communication. Being able to get away from the work place and build bonds with fellow employees helps the productive output inside the work place. The PowerWright team is now more focused and ready to work to their highest ability.
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