Hooper Construction Corp

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Hooper Construction Corp was founded in 1913 in Madison, Wisconsin. Since then there has been no looking back and the Company has grown steadily, expanding its capabilities now serving a cherished customer base that is spread throughout the continental United States. The guiding principles on which Hooper has built its business are as fundamentally strong today as they were back in 1913 if not stronger. Serving customers with the highest technical, professional and ethical standards that are second to none in the industry. The Company has been providing continued opportunities for personal growth and advancement for employees; and committing resources to the enhancement of the communities in which they all live and work, are the guiding principles of Hooper Corporation.

The company has two divisions, Electric Power and Mechanical, and subsidiary, General Heating and Air Conditioning, offer specialized departments that can work together or independently to meet customer objectives. The company has a team of highly qualified staff headed by very experienced managers who keep your job on schedule and within your budget. Latest technologies, versatile construction equipment, and years of field experience bring added value to all the services the company offers.

The Company offers services primarily in two fields and that is electric power and Mechanics. Hooper serves the needs of electric utility companies providing a range of construction services. Their electric power division provides services from construction of high-voltage power lines to substations, foundations, tree trimming, right-of-way clearance, and line maintenance. Their mechanical division's three departments provide piping, plumbing, and metal fabrication for a wide range of industrial, commercial, and institutional needs.
Hooper Construction Corp also provides opportunities for apprentices in both divisions in order to develop a well-trained workforce to meet customers requirements in accordance with the highest industry standards, the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) have established joint apprenticeship and training committees (JATC) to administer and oversee the training of people entering the trade. Apprenticeship programs are four years in duration requiring a combination of schooling and hands-on work experience.