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April 09, 2012

Cupertino Electric Enhances Data Centers for More Versatile Customer Service

Veteran project executive Earl Martin will join fellow project executive Corey Munoz in the rapidly expanding data center division of Cupertino Electric.

Headquartered in San Jose, CA (News - Alert), Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI) has provided expert engineering and construction services to a constantly evolving industry for more than 57 years. The company now has an impressive team with Martin and Munoz, in addition to San Jose vice president of Operations John Sales, and a project management team of more than 25 data center experts.

All these professionals now aim to build upon the nearly $2 billion worth of electrical solutions CEI has already installed for datacenter customers.

Earl Martin has over three decades of electrical construction experience and intends to use this experience for his new project executive role with Cupertino Electric’s data center division.

Of these three decades, 23-years were spent Cupertino Electric that included overseeing many fast-track and Design/Build projects.

These projects required immense coordination for industry-leading organizations like Nokia, Stanford University and Northrop Grumman (News - Alert), and Martin completed them with ease.

Corey Munoz also has about 14 years of experience in electrical and general contracting. His experience is focused on designing/building data center projects for private customers, colocation providers, Real Estate Investment Trust organizations and national healthcare providers.

“Since the Internet boom in the late 1990s, Cupertino Electric has been synonymous with high-quality, reliable data center engineering and construction,” said Tom Schott, chief operating officer of Cupertino Electric. “Today, we are working for some of the world’s most respected companies to develop ultra-efficient data centers fueling the new economy. This infusion of data center-focused resources will enable us to continue to increase our breadth and depth of offerings for customers who look to Cupertino Electric to solve their data center needs.”

Cupertino Electric was in the news earlier this year for announcing its sponsorship of the "open category" electrical problem at the 2012 Associated Schools of Construction (ASC (News - Alert)) Student Competition in Sparks, Nevada.       




Edited by Braden Becker
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