A team of approximately 20 volunteers from electrical contractor Joe Dickey Electric, journeymen electricians from IBEW Local 64 in Youngstown and residential apprentice electricians from the Youngstown Area Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee installed the rough electrical service at the Habitat for Humanity’s new home construction project in Austintown this past weekend.
The home is being built for military veteran James Skok and his family.
Max Kasten was among the volunteers from NECA-IBEW Electricians to install the rough electrical service to the Habitat for Humanity home in Austintown this past weekend.
NECA-IBEW Electricians contractor Joe Dickey Electric donated services for the installation of the Habitat for Humanity’s electrical service in Austintown. From left to right, Dan Matula (Dickey Electric), Justin Lewis (Dickey Electric), James Skok (homeowner), Jim Burgham (IBEW Local 64), Bill Booth (IBEW Local 64).
Nearly 20 volunteers from IBEW Local 64, Joe Dickey Electric and the YJATC spent part of the weekend installing the rough electrical for a Habitat for Humanity house in Austintown.
Homeowner James Skok (center) is flanked by IBEW Local 64’s Bill Booth (left) and Jim Burgham (right) during Saturday’s installation of electrical service at the Habitat for Humanity home in Austintown.