Wilson Industrial Electric Nearing Renovation Completion
Update: Wilson Industrial Electric is completing renovations of their Willie Black Road building, to increase production and upgrade the company’s facility with new equipment and technology. According to Melissa Black, things are moving right along with the new building. “We should have the second story complete by Christmas and then start working on the first-floor tear out and rebuild. Hopefully, we will be looking at an end of March completion.”
Wilson Industrial Electric New Second Story
Wilson Industrial is excited to now offer on-the-job training at the Elberton location, instead of sending employees to Knoxville. “This will allow us to train our guys faster and include more employees in the training sessions,” Black said.
The company is expected to increase staff by at least four (maybe more), once the expansion is complete.
“We are excited and ready for all of the new opportunities that are coming our way.” -Melissa Black-
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About Wilson Industrial Electric
Wilson Industrial Electric, Inc. is a family-owned business, started in 1982, in a small shop in Elberton, GA. Ray D. Wilson, the President, built his first machine that year, which is still running today.
Ray moved the business to its present location in 1991 and expanded it three times to meet increasing demand for equipment.
Ray’s son, Matt Wilson, and daughter, Melissa Black, joined the business in 1993, and have since purchased the family business.
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