Skilled Labor ResourcesScaling labor resources to match project needs

Our self-contained workforce streamlines efficiencies

As a subsidiary of MYR Group Inc., Sturgeon Electric can tap into the resources and expertise of more than 7,900 employees throughout the U.S. and Canada.  MYR Group subsidiaries and district offices include a wide array of seasoned industry experts, ranging from corporate, management, administrative, and field personnel. We often collaborate to share expertise, insights, and lessons learned on projects and can share and scale personnel resources as needed.

Our skilled labor resources are trained and managed under the direction of a single entity that promotes same-standard adherence and familiarity in productivity, communication, safety, and quality.  Our successful performance on projects allows us to provide similar best practices, knowledge of local/regional conditions and topography, and cohesive teams who have worked together on past projects. These valuable attributes translate to exceptional quality, efficiency, communication, and safety.

At Sturgeon Electric, our entire workforce is at the center of all we do. We are one cohesive team. We value diversity because it makes us stronger, and we promote a safe workplace where all team members are valued and given the appropriate tools and training to be successful.

Strong Labor-Management Partnerships

Sturgeon Electric is a proud signatory contractor to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). We actively support and enjoy a strong relationship with the local union and have always been able to count on them for highly-skilled workers to add to our own labor pool. Even during labor shortages, with their help, we constantly demonstrate our capacity to meet labor demands quickly.

Additionally, we are involved around the nation with local unions and their Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees (JATC).  We value and support our relationships at all levels and actively participate on JATC committees and in labor negotiations nationwide. Our recruitment efforts, in collaboration with JATCs, extend to high school students, military personnel, and rural populations. Because the availability of skilled labor is so critical to our industry, we value and continuously support the future of our electrical construction labor unions.