News & Notes
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.
On Thursday, March 15, students will learn how JRE employees energized their careers in the electrical contracting field, see their work and hear how the decision to enter professional skilled trades led to successful, rewarding careers.
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.
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.
JRE’s Clinton River Trail Amenity Improvements project was recognized as Project of the Year by the Michigan Chapter of the APWA.
On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, JRE hosted its 3rd annual Skilled Trades Night for area students to explore careers in the trades.
J. Ranck Electric recently partnered with Life Remodeled, a Detroit-based non-profit, and donated the labor and installation of solar panels on their Skinner Park project. The new park is adjacent to Denby High School on Detroit’s northeast side, and the home of a new pavilion with a 4.8 kW rooftop solar array. Unlike the panels JRE typically installs, the PowerFLEX BIPV panels used in Skinner Park are flexible and roll out like a rug for installation.
Tees, golf balls, and sunscreen? ✔️✔️✔️ Clubs? ✔️ Diapers…? Check!✔️
Fore the Kids 2016 was more than just 18 holes.
The morning dew clung to the grass as golfers arrived, many carrying a package of diapers in addition to the bag of clubs slung over their shoulder. Any other day at Apple Mountain in Freeland, the sight would seem odd, but on Friday, August 19th, golfers were encouraged to bring diapers along.
The J. Ranck Electric team has partnered with the Foster Closet of Michigan to give bikes to kids in Genesee County. In many cases, children come into foster care with only the clothes on their back. Foster families can’t always purchase a bike for the kids in their care; they must first focus on providing the essentials. Foster Closet of Michigan helps with those needs all the time, but right now, they’ve got a special mission to give bikes to kids in Genesee County and volunteers from JRE, DTE Energy, Barton Malow, and Inovateus are helping them pull it off.