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Month: November 2014

Tenant Finish of InfuSystems

Posted on Nov 20, 2014

Trademark electric has completed the tenant finish project for InfuSystems in Lenexa, KS! We completed installation of electrical panels, receptacles, data drops, lights, and electrical gear. Check back later for information on other completed projects.

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Immediate Employment – APPLY NOW!

Posted on Nov 17, 2014

Industrial Electrician/Foreman

Immediate Employment – Apply NOW!

Resumes can be uploaded using INDEED Refer a Candidate Link:


Trademark Electric is seeking an Industrial Electrician/Foreman to help with our growing needs. Trademark is Kansas City’s premier Industrial Electrical Contractor and also focuses on Federal Sales. Additional information can be found at We do not perform any residential work.

Job Summary:

We are in need of an experienced, full time Electrical Foreman/Supervisor with a strong background in Industrial and Federal project participation. Applicant must have a minimum 10 years experience in Industrial Electrical with a significant amount of time serving as Foreman. Foreman/Supervisor will be required to lead a team of electricians in performing hands-on electrical construction for Federal or Industrial projects. Thorough knowledge of 480V and lower electrical systems, motor controls and operations, and PLC is required along with knowledge of electrical substation installation, transformers, oil and power circuit breakers, metal-clad and enclosed switchgear, protective relaying, power cable, medium voltage controls and automatic transfer switches.

Responsibilities include:

  • Leading an assigned team of electricians in performing hands-on electrical construction and managing day-to-day operational aspects of a project.
  • Developing and fostering a relationship with clients, vendors, and subcontractors while working on the jobsite daily.
  • Responsible for all phases of project initiation, planning, execution, and close out to ensure project success factors are met
  • Assign work to employees, based on material and worker requirements of specific jobs.
  • Confer with managerial and technical personnel, other departments, and contractors in order to resolve problems and to coordinate activities.​
  • Delivers projects with a high degree of professionalism and safety, using his/her knowledge of industrial and utility power distribution equipment, power system engineering, substation design, & construction safety.
  • Works from information obtained from engineering drawings, electrical diagrams, simple and complex sketches as well as other related documents and verbal field instructions necessary to perform assigned duties.​

Skills and Abilities:

  • Judgment and Decision Making by considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.​
  • Time Management including managing one’s own time and the time of others.
  • Must be able to use different types of electrical meters associated with the task to troubleshoot electrical problems.
  • Has a working knowledge of the NEC and NFPA 70E codes and requirements for workplace electrical safe practice and procedures.
  • Must pass background check and drug screening.
  • Must comply with Company Driving Policy.
  • Must be able to plan and execute in written form a safe job plan utilizing electrical safe work practices.
  • Ability to travel for short periods.

Education and/or Experience:

  • Ten or more years related experience in an industrial electrical environment with a significant amount of time serving as Foreman/Supervisor.
  • Must be eligible to work in the US on a permanent basis.
  • Must be drug and alcohol free.
  • Must be capable of passing a drug screening and background check.


  • Salary + Incentive Pay, Based on Experience
  • Health Insurance
  • 401K
  • Paid Vacation/Holidays


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Zona Rosa Holiday Lights

Posted on Nov 13, 2014


Did you know Trademark Electric has been responsible for helping Zona Rosa put up their holiday lights display since 2008? We’ve finished the installation of the lighting for the holiday tree, and all the holiday crowns. Be sure to check out Zona Rosa’s Northern Lights Holiday Lighting Ceremony on November 22. Below are some progress pictures; pictures of the finished product are soon to come. We’re happy to be a part of this awesome holiday tradition!


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Bank of Weston Project

Posted on Nov 11, 2014

Trademark electricians have been hard at work on the Bank of Weston project. So far we have completed installation of service feeders, three sectionalizers, and groundwork for parking lot lighting. Check back with us later to see more progress!

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Whiteman AirForce Base Runway Lighting

Posted on Nov 10, 2014


RunwayTrademark is proud to announce we have recently been awarded a multi-million dollar contract to perform work at Whiteman AirForce Base. Trademark will be providing the installation of the controls and cabling for the Runway and Approach Lighting on the AirForce Base.

The project is well underway. The first month we have completed the Edgeway lighting, installing new 5,000 kVA cabling.   We are excited to be on base and grateful for the opportunity to work on a project of this nature. Please check back often for updates on the progress of this project!



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Posted on Nov 06, 2014

Electrical Myths-True or False


There are many common myths when it comes to electricity. Read the information below and test your knowledge about common electrical myths.


1. True or False? “Wood is an Insulator.”

False. Actually, wood is a conductor-but not a good one. The molecules in wood are far apart so it’s hard for electricity to move from one to the next, but the higher the voltage, the easier it becomes. If the wood is wet it becomes a very good conductor, even at low voltage.


2. True or False? “Rubber gloves or rubber soled shoes insulate.”

This is true and false. This is true only if they are one hundred percent rubber. Household gloves and shoes are not made of pure rubber. Often, additives are mixed in with the rubber to make them more durable and marketable, making the gloves and shoes conductors.


3. True or False? “Live wire will spark when it falls.”

False. A power line only sparks if it falls to the ground and does not make firm contact with the ground or other material. When it makes firm contact it will often make no noise or spark, and will give the impression of being de-energized.


4. True or False? “Only high voltage is dangerous.”

False. Voltage is not the amount of electricity in a given spot, but the pressure that pushes electricity along. Amperage (amp) is what can hurt or kill you. It takes less than one quarter of an amp to put a heart into ventricular fibrillation (irregular beating).


5. True or False? “Not all power lines are insulated.”

True. Actually, most of outside power lines are not insulated. And, lines that are insulated are exposed to all kinds of weather so you never really know what condition the insulation is in. You should always assume the line is not insulated and not safe to touch.


6. True or False? “Tires are NOT electrical insulators.”

True. Tires are conductors, not insulators. You are safe in your vehicle when a live wire falls on it because the path of the electricity will run on the outside of the vehicle, through the tires, and into the ground. As long as we don’t provide the electricity a path to the ground through our body, the electricity will not enter it. You should remain in your vehicle until emergency services arrive and the power is shut off. If you have to get out of your car because of an unsafe situation, jump with both feet together, making sure that you are not touching any part of the vehicle when your feet touch the ground.

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