Ribbon Board Lights Up the Coliseum

Photo by Cathie Rowand – The Journal Gazette

elkhart indiana coliseumDan Riddle, of Gaylor Electric Inc. Elkhart Indiana, wires and installs a panal for one of the LED ribbon.

Boards that run around the entire upper ring of the Allen County Memorial War Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Photo published September 22, 2010  

Gaylor Acquires Griffith Group, Inc.

Gaylor, Inc. is excited to announce that it has acquired Griffith Group, Inc., a merit shop electrical, heating and cooling contractor based in Lafayette, Indiana.

Having completed several high-profile projects in Lafayette, we are excited about the opportunity to expand our services in the area.  We welcome the Griffith team to the Gaylor organization and are excited about the skills and experience they bring to the Company.
Rob Griffith will continue to lead the team, located at the 709 Widewater Drive in Lafayette that had served as Griffith Group’s headquarters.  This location will be operated as a satellite of Gaylor’s Indianapolis Branch.

Gaylor Receives Letter of Commendation on Mooresville WWTP Project

Gaylor Inc. of North Carolina has received a letter of commendation from Mr. David Pittman with TA Loving, General Contractor.  Mr. Pittman writes, “I would like to thank Allen Jackson and Mike Klein for the professional manner in which the electrical work at the Mooresvile Water Treatment Plant was done.  It was truly a pleasure to work with personnel who possesses the knowledge and expertise to perform the electrical work done here.  The quality of your work reflects the image your company would be proud of. I hope that I have the pleasure of working with you again.”

Gaylor Helps Clients Recover from Devastating Flood

flooded cityOn June 7th, 2008, a devastating flood took place in Columbus IN. We are proud that we have been called upon by many of our clients to assist in the remediation efforts.

Columbus Regional Hospital was one of the hardest hit properties in Bartholomew County. Gaylor was on the scene immediately at CRH, assessing the damage, installing temporary power and lighting, and beginning the massive undertaking of bringing the hospital back into operation. We had crews working around the clock rebuilding the entire distribution system, reinstalling damaged equipment, and remodeling damaged areas.

Cummins Engine Plant was also heavily damaged by the flood. Gaylor again was called upon to assist with replacement and repair of their distribution systems, data systems, and other flood-damaged infrastructure.

Columbus East High School also received heavy flood damage. Here, the Gaylor team was able to refurbish a large portion of the distribution system and replace the panels, transformers, and other infrastructure that could not be salvaged.

The flood-related work will continue for some time, but our clients are very appreciative of Gaylor’s commitment during this challenging time, and we believe that this speaks highly of our employees’ commitment to do “whatever it takes” to serve our clients’ needs. The many ways in which we help our clients address their business challenges are a true sign of the culture and values that make us a contractor of choice in this community.

Gaylor Honored at North Carolina ABC Ceremony

ABC CeremonyChris Harrington, Gaylor Inc. of North Carolina’s Charlotte Branch Manager, was named “Rookie of the Year” at an ABC Excellence in Construction Awards banquet held in Greensboro, NC.  At the same ceremony, Gaylor Inc. of North Carolina received the prestigious Eagle Award for the Zmax Dragway project.