NCW Supplys 30 Tube Welders to Power Plant Shutdowns in ND

In April, NCW responded to a unique call from a union contractor. NCW immediately dispatched 30 tube welders to two power plant shutdowns in North Dakota.  The local union was unable to supply the needed manpower and NCW was able to provide the craftsmen, all of whom passed on-site weld tests as well as drug screens and background checks.

Requisition: April 2014

Expected Start Date: April 2014

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2014-12-09T18:37:47+00:00 October 21st, 2014|Case Study|

NCW Provides Manpower to the Gulf Coast

Recently, a Gulf Coast commercial electrical contractor turned to NCW when it found itself with more contracts for work than they could fulfill.  With most manpower in the area dedicated to the gas and oil construction boom, NCW sourced and placed 14 skilled electricians to 3 separate projects in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas.

Requisition: September 2014

Expected Start Date: September 2014

2014-10-21T21:24:18+00:00 September 30th, 2014|Case Study, Electrical|

Case Study: National MEP Sub Contractor Needs Ammonia Refrigeration Techs & Engineers

National MEP Subcontractor needs manpower support for ammonia refrigeration.

Challenge: One of the biggest issues facing an Ammonia refrigeration facility today is finding qualified and competent technicians to operate and maintain the system. Baby-boomers who were skilled in this area are retiring and this industry has not prepared by training skilled replacements. This National MEP Subcontractor was having trouble sourcing recruiting and relocating highly skilled ammonia refrigeration technicians and engineers and looked to NCW for assistance.

NCW’s Solution: NCW’s professional recruiting team, disciplined process, national network and database has allowed our team to successfully place highly skilled individuals for this client quickly.

2013-05-28T19:01:52+00:00 May 28th, 2013|Case Study|

Case Study: A Top 5 Largest Non-union Electrical Contractors Needs Laborers in ND

Their Challenge:

Beginning in early 2012, National Construction partnered with one of the top five largest non-union electrical contractors in the country to supply licensed journeymen electrician in the state of North Dakota. With energy mining and drilling operations in the western half of the state, and major flood repair operations being undertaken in the northeastern portion of the state, already thin manpower resources have been stretched to the brink. The vast majority of licensed ND electricians are already working and thus tough to connect with.

Our Solution:

National Construction acted swiftly in utilizing our national network of labor to draw from states where electrical licenses reciprocate with North Dakota. These resources and tactics, along with maintaining constant lines of communications with the state electrical board, have allowed us to activate licenses for ready and willing labor within just a few short weeks. Our pool of licensed, and potentially licensed (via reciprocations) North Dakota electricians continues to grow as we continue to constantly recruit. Please keep us in mind for any upcoming projects!

2012-10-30T19:18:55+00:00 August 13th, 2012|Case Study|

Case Study: Major Contractors in Western Australia

Their Challenge:

Major contractors in Western Australia are currently experiencing a massive shortfall in skilled construction workers, as compared to their current demands. The heavy commercial and industrial construction industry, in addition to the various mining and natural resource industries have seen a boom in recent years that has stretched local labor resources to its maximum capacity.

Our Solution:

National Construction is currently working with Australian construction workforce development agencies, and domestic trade schools and associations, to compare the different skilled labor training and licensing requirements between our two countries. Our goal is to be able to provide skilled American Journeyman labor to Australia, with immediate qualification for these candidates as Skilled Tradesman, upon their arrival in Australia. At the same time, National Construction has formed a joint venture with a consultant on the ground who is helping to understand the specific needs of potential clients in the region of Western Australia. This needs-based factfinding approach hopes to yield National Construction the result of successfully supplying labor to end-user clients in Australia in calendar year 2012.

2014-07-08T20:15:58+00:00 May 17th, 2012|Case Study|

Case Study: Major National Electrical Subcontractor

Their Challenge:

Major national electrical subcontractor won a large project in the ski-resort, mountain region west of Denver, CO. After investigating travel and lodging logistics, they didn’t feel it feasible to send their own manpower, nor did they think they would find enough skilled local labor to successfully complete the project.

Our Solution:

National Construction Workforce used its national network of traveling skilled labor, combined with our proprietary Progeny database, to successfully man the job with a combination of local labor and Midwestern and Mid-South regional labor. The project was able to be staffed under budget, at a profitable margin for our client and our client’s client. In addition to journeyman and apprentice support personnel, National Construction successfully supplied field leadership positions capable of supporting our client’s on-site project management. Matt Ferguson also was able to support in a field leadership and administrative capacity on a weekly basis, being dispatched from our Western office in Denver.

2014-07-08T20:15:49+00:00 April 30th, 2012|Case Study|