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  • 03/15/2012

    All Star Electric Earns National Award

    WASHINGTON, D.C . – Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) today announced that All Star Electric, Inc.’s work on the Renaissance Hotel at Bluebonnet project in Baton Rouge, La., has earned the company an Eagle Award in the Electrical-Commercial – $2-10 Million category of ABC’s Excellence in Construction Awards. All Star Electric representatives received the award Feb. 22 during the 22nd annual Excellence in Construction Awards celebration at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. Read the full Press Release (pdf format)

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  • 03/15/2011

    Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in Louisiana to open in September

    The construction of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) has reached final stages with the hospital planning to open the facility in September 2011. The Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center construction project was launched in 2009. The project involved construction of the 49,000 square feet Houma Center that will offers services for oncology, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, surgical interventions, inpatient-care facility, community-outreach services and facilities for clinical-research trials. The total outlay of the project is $14.8…

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  • 03/15/2011

    ALL STAR ELECTRIC EARNS NATIONAL AWARD FROM ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS

    WASHINGTON, D.C .– Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) today announced that All Star Electric’s, work on the 19th Judicial Courthouse in Baton Rouge, Louisiana has earned the company a Pyramid Award in the Electrical Construction over $10 Million of ABC’s Excellence in Construction Awards. Todd Trosclair, All Star Electric’s CEO, received the award Feb. 22 during the 21st annual Excellence in Construction Awards celebration at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Orlando, Fla. Read the full Press Release (pdf format)

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  • 01/03/2011

    All Star Electric contracted to repair New Orleans Street Lights

    Lighted streets in near future But some areas not quite out of dark yet Monday, January 03, 2011 Ever since New Orleans ran out of money to fix broken street lights and replace burned-out bulbs two months ago, residents of neighborhoods with lots of dark streets have been waiting eagerly for 2011, when the start of a new budget year meant work could resume. He said he expects to repair 16,000 of the city's 55,000 street lights in 2011, not…

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  • 01/01/2010

    Monument to Hurricane Victims | New Orleans

    All Star Electric builds monument to Hurricane victims.

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