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Helping ICCAC Protect Kids at JRE's 7th Annual Fore the Kids Golf Outing August 16, 2019 J. Ranck Electric’s 7th Annual Fore the Kids golf outing raised over $26,000 to help the Isabella County Child Advocacy Center (ICCAC) bring a new...
On Wednesday, March 6, 2019, JRE hosted its fifth annual Skilled Trades Night for area students to discover careers in the trades.
JRE was named the #1 top solar EPC contractor in Michigan and #22 in the U.S. by Solar Power World magazine.
Weather brings perspective at JRE's 6th Annual Fore the Kids Golf Outing August 28, 2018 Though we had a rainout at Fore the Kids 2018, the cloudy day shined a light on a valuable perspective. We couldn't be more grateful for...
On Thursday, March 15, 2018, J. Ranck Electric (JRE) hosted its fourth annual Skilled Trades Night for area students to explore careers in the trades. Students and their parents, 170 of them in total, gathered at J. Ranck Electric headquarters in Mount Pleasant.
JRE made ENR’s Top 600 Specialty Contractors list once again in 2017 with a #244 ranking, up from #277 in 2016. The Specialty Contractors list ranks the top asbestos abatement, concrete, demolition, electrical, fire protection, glazing, mechanical, masonry, painting, roofing, sheet metal, steel erection, utility, wall/ceiling, excavation, and other firms in the nation in order by annual revenue figures.
There are so many things we love about J. Ranck Electric’s 5th Annual Fore the Kids Golf Outing. We love spending a Friday outdoors on the golf course; driving a golf cart around in the sunshine and fresh air can’t be beat. We love getting together with customers and vendors. Plus, we definitely enjoy seeing golfers in silly goggles. But those things aren’t really the reason the Fore the Kids golf outing exists. First and foremost, Fore the Kids is for family.
JRE was named the #1 top solar contractor in Michigan and #38 in the U.S. by Solar Power World magazine.
A JRE solar crew helped out CTE students with their project by installing (3) 240W solar panels for a total capacity of .72 kW on the roof of the bus.