The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company:

Windsor Electric Company has been instrumental in the success of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg East Wing Infrastructure Upgrade project by providing exceptional pre-planning, electrical installation, and outage coordination. The company’s team of highly skilled professionals worked tirelessly to ensure that the project was completed on time and within budget. As this was a very complex & invasive 3-year MEP upgrade of an active building at one of the nation’s top School of Public Health’s, Windsor’s expertise in the electrical industry allowed for the implementation of innovative solutions to address any challenges that arose during the project. In addition to their technical prowess, the company also demonstrated an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction by providing exceptional customer service and support throughout the entire project. The success of the Bloomberg project can be largely attributed to the hard work and helpfulness of Windsor.

-Jamie Cohen

E/Line Architecture:

It was a pleasure to work with you, Sean Stuart, and your team on Radcliffe Jewelers in Pikesville, MD. Your insight and expertise made this collaboration an absolute pleasure. Working with your team was a testament to the hard work, creativity, intelligence, and discipline required to navigate the complexities of high-end retail construction on tight deadlines with multiple parties involved, and a myriad of changes. Your refined management style, coupled with the collaborative spirit fostered among the teams, contributed to an exceptional outcome.

From the beginning, your meticulous attention to detail and thorough scheduling demonstrated a level of professionalism that set the tone for the entire project. Handling a complicated construction sequence, as well as shipping and delivery logistics requires a unique skill set, and your team executed it flawlessly. The seamless communication with all teams involved, including international brands and installers, showcased your dedication to facilitating a smooth and efficient construction process.

-Eric S. Lewis

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company:

“Please let this letter stand to support the work completed by Windsor Electric Company at the Hughes at PIC MC project in Germantown, Maryland. Windsor’s collaborative efforts with Whiting-Turner, the design team, and ownership group proved critical to the project’s successful delivery. This collaboration entailed coordinating the move of an existing manufacturing facility in Gaithersburg to a new facility in Germantown; including providing all necessary electrical points of connection for new and relocated equipment. All work was completed on time within the confines of a tight schedule.

Windsor’s entire team was thoroughly communicative throughout the life cycle of the project, which was essential to its success. As one of our most critical trade partners, they rose to the occasion of successfully integrating new infrastructure and existing equipment to minimize the client’s down time in production while moving their facility.”

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-Charlie Raffensberger

Radcliffe Jewelers:

“I am writing to wholeheartedly recommend Windsor Electric for their exceptional performance on the Radcliffe Jewelers project. The team’s unwavering commitment to professionalism and quality were invaluable in enabling us to meet the demanding schedule while adapting to the various changing circumstances throughout the entirety of the project. At every stage of the project, your team upheld the highest standards of workmanship, ensuring that all installations were completed to the utmost satisfaction and delivered with while maintaining a high level of professionalism, organization, and efficiency.

From the onset, it was clear that Windsor Electric possessed the expertise and dedication necessary to tackle a project of such complexity. Attention to detail and meticulous planning were evident in every aspect of work, contributing to the overall success of the project. The team exhibited a deep understanding of electrical systems and were able to provide innovative solutions to the unique challenges posed by the Radcliffe Jewelers project. Despite the numerous changes that arose throughout the course of the project, Windsor Electric remained flexible and adaptable, seamlessly adjusting their approach to meet our evolving needs.”

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-Leif Romsaas

Radcliffe Jewelers:

“I wanted to take a moment to express my thanks to your team for their fantastic work at our new Radcliffe store at 1819 Reisterstown Road. This project was substantially larger than any we have completed in the last 20 years and from the outset your team was superb. There were a great many change orders that were required because of the high number of outside vendors that were installing Brand Environments, and your team was on top of these and always here to help. Sean Stuart was an amazing asset for us to have throughout this project! His communication was fantastic, and he was exceptionally thorough. He proved to have a great amount of pride in the work of his team and attacked any issues quickly and intelligently.

I do not think our project would have been as smooth and successful as it was without your team from Windsor Electric. I extend my sincerest thanks for your teams involvement in our project!”

-Dan Kallaugher

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company:

Windsor Electric Company was a vital component to the success of the Johns Hopkins University Wyman Infrastructure Project. This unique project consisted of both a phased renovation and addition to a building originally built in 1934, as well as a complete upgrade to the existing electrical system. Windsor’s commitment to excellence was on full display during the project’s extremely challenging lifecycle. Throughout the course of construction Windsor faced material delays, unique existing conditions, and a complexly phased schedule. In addition to their quality and expert installation of the building’s new electrical distribution system, Windsor went above and beyond to proposed and execute a temporary switchboard installation that allowed the project to remain on schedule leading to grateful project team and customer. The overall success of the project is largely attributed to the hard work and commitment of the entire Windsor Team.

-Jack Ratino

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company:

“It’s hard to explain to you in words how much we appreciate the commitment, dedication and coordination that went into the completion of this Bunting 17th Floor COVID-19 Project. On March 23rd we were given the go ahead to build out a shell space with aspirations of not only completing construction of the space, but the hospital seeing patients by the 1st of June. This was accomplished in a total of 59 calendar days. As some of you may know we received occupancy through the city yesterday and it was 100% because of the efforts put forth by each and every one of you, our trade partners. I’ve said for a while now that the only thing that can make a project truly successful are the trades involved and the attention of detail given to the project from the top down. With this in mind, I don’t know that I’ve ever seen the involvement and attention on this scale. I’ll look back throughout my career and undoubtably compare every trade I work with to this group, this “All-Star Team” of partners that climbed Mount Everest in eight (8) weeks, without drawings, plans or specs. All we had was a common goal, a comparison split between some lower level floors, a 10 year old design and a whole lot of experienced professionals. It’s amazing what can be accomplished when the bureaucracy can be pushed aside, and the “keys” are handed to the people who know how to build. On behalf of our entire Whiting- Turner Team, thank you. Thank you for what you brought to the table and thank you for doing it better than anyone else out there.”

-Kyle Turner

Clark Construction Group:

“Windsor Electric Company brings a value-added approach to all of their efforts and has a corporate culture and talent pool that differentiates them from other electrical contractors in the market. They are truly “Builders” and not just “installers” in that they contribute to the project outcome as part of the larger project team. From their core Journeymen to their executive leadership, they approach every facet of a project and both planned and unexpected challenges with a Solutions Mindset. They can be relied on to be a partner to bring the most cost effective and beneficial approach to any task. Windsor Electric has an employee culture instilled at all levels that they are electrical craftsmen first, and a business second. This is a value that is way too rare in this day and age of high-production, low- cost building, and hard to find in the modern skilled labor fields. This shows in the quality of their workmanship, the focus of a safety culture from the Old-hands to the new Greenhorns, and the hands-on approach that their leadership, supervision, management, and craftsmen take together at completing their projects.”

-Brian Hetherington

Mercy Medical Center:

“Monday, June 1, marked the opening of our new 32-bed acute care unit on the 17th floor of The Mary Catherine Bunting Center. This new state-of-the art unit completed in record time became fully operational with staff and equipment and treating patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

In response to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s call in mid-March to increase hospital bed capacity statewide to address the COVID-19 public health emergency, Mercy Medical Center was the first hospital in the state to seek and receive Emergency Certificate of Need (CON) approval from the Maryland Health Care Commission to construct an entirely new hospital unit. As you know, construction began swiftly on March 23 with an aggressive opening deadline of June 1 and construction was completed on May 20 in a record time of 59 days.

The fact that you, together with Whiting-Turner were able to complete this important project in record time to enable Mercy to provide expanded, specialized care to patients suffering from COVID-19 is nothing short of amazing! Having you as partners coming to work every day in the midst of this pandemic event to build this 32-bed unit as fast as you could has been inspiring.

On behalf of our executive leadership, and the entire Mercy project team, I would like to extend my sincere appreciation for your remarkable work and steadfast commitment to the highest standards for quality and safety throughout the process.”

-Judith Weiland