Rosendin Electric Expands Mid-Atlantic Operations

Rosendin Electric Expands Mid-Atlantic Operations

Newest Regional Office in Baltimore Brings BIM, Design-Build, and Data Center Expertise to Construction Projects in Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania

Rosendin Electric has announced the expansion of its East Coast Operations with the opening of an office in Baltimore, Maryland.

Headquartered in San Jose, California, Rosendin Electric serves commercial, business and government clients throughout the country. This new office location will enable the company to pursue electrical construction contracts, including commercial, mission critical, local government, hospitality, health care, biotechnology, and transportation projects throughout the Baltimore region.

Bennett Rhodes has been named Division Manager of the new Baltimore office and brings more than 20 years of experience managing various electrical construction projects throughout Baltimore and the Mid-Atlantic. “The Mid-Atlantic market is expanding and there is new demand for experienced electrical contractors,” said Rhodes. “With the opening of the Baltimore office, Rosendin Electric brings diverse construction expertise and a depth of resources to the area. I am excited to be part of the Rosendin Electric family as part of the Mid-Atlantic team.”

Rosendin Electric offers comprehensive electrical construction services including design-build, preplanning, preconstruction, engineering, and building information modeling (BIM). The company has groups specializing in electrical contracting, low-voltage systems, data center design-build, solar power installations, wind power installations, transportation construction, and other electrical construction areas.

“Baltimore marks our second location in our east coast expansion,” said Mike Greenawalt, Vice President for Rosendin Electric. “Our Sterling, Virginia, office has been very successful and with a complementary location in Baltimore, we can extend our market reach into Delaware and Philadelphia.”

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