This article was originally published in Red Wing Republican Eagle on November 8th, 2018. The author is Steve Gardiner and the content has been republished in its entirety as it originally appeared. Images are copyright Steve Gardiner, RiverTown Multimedia.
Now more than ever, having a job you look forward to going to can make a big impact. This can be anything from having a group of coworkers you get along with or working with a Project Manager who treats you like you’re your own person. In my experience, it’s safe to say that liking your job is quite the employee perk. And, it’s something we believe is very important.
Now, I typically feature employees who’ve been with Knobelsdorff Electric for at least a few years, but that’s not the case for today. I’m introducing one of our newest hires, Corey. Corey is our newest controls engineer working out of our Eagan office.
We are proud to announce the completion of the Dundas Community Solar Garden. It was great to have Knobelsdorff Electric represented at the ribbon cutting.
In the electrical industry, reputation is huge and word gets around. When customers work with industrial electrical contractors, they find out pretty quick how dedicated the employees, and the company as a whole, are to performing quality work.
Here at Knobelsdorff Electric, we provide electrical services to many different areas of industry. From food processing and residential work to milling and industrial solar work, it's safe to say we perform a large variety of work. And within those industries, we take on new projects and new challenges all the time. Here's a look at one of our newest projects.