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  • It Takes a Village

    Electri International offers an annual $20,000 grant through their Student Passport Initiative Program. The grant is awarded to NECA Student Chapters who demonstrate competence and ambition via competitive submissions to the organization regarding international, charitable projects. Solar installation for the San Pedro Roman Catholic Primary School (San Pedro, Belize) was suggested by Electri Board members

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  • 2016 Avon Breast Cancer Walk: Team “39ERS”

    Kara Hermann (Project Manager at Sprig) and Linh Tran (Associate Project Manager) and their Team “39ers” will be walking 39 miles in two days through the hills of San Francisco to raise funds for Breast Cancer.  This is the team’s 5th year and to date, the team has raised over $79,000 for Breast Cancer. The

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  • Sprig Electric in the CSU Community

    Sprig Electric is working hard to continue our presence in the California State University Community! Last year, we presented at CSU Sacramento and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Our now Associate Project Manager, Bijan Yavair, reflects on his experience at CSU Sacramento below: On 11/3/2015, Senior Project Manager Jeffrey Messana and myself headed up to

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  • Campbell Girls Fastpitch Softball: “The Mustangs” 8U Division Champs!

    Coach Chris Snyder (Project Manager at Sprig Electric) led his daughter’s 8U team to a Division Championship this year! And here’s his story from the championship game…. “The 8U Mustangs rallied to win the most exciting game of the season on Saturday May 9th. After advancing in the first round of playoffs the week before,

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  • 2015 Avon Breast Cancer Walk: Team “39ers”

    Kara Hermann, an Associate Project Manager at Sprig and her Team “39ers” will be walking 39 miles in two days through the hills of San Francisco to raise funds for Breast Cancer. This is the team’s 4th year and to date, the team has raised over $65,000 for Breast Cancer. In the past, several Sprig

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  • Green in 2015: Earth Day Celebration!

    Sprig Electric Celebrates Earth Day With Lunch And Learn, And Recycle Don’t miss out on the fifth annual Earth Day Celebration on April 24th! Please attend our “lunch and learn” event featuring speaker Ric Ortega in The Mallard Room from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., catered by Chipotle. Ric, an environmental scientist and the General Manager of

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  • Let’s ROC!! with the Leshinsky’s

    This Sunday is the “Let’s ROC!! Run” for Ovarian Cancer in Sacramento, CA and Team TEAL (Touching Each Affected Life) is ready to ROC! Paul Leshinsky, a Project Manager for Sprig Electric, holds this run very near and dear to his heart. His wife, Tavia Leshinsky, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer back on December

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  • Jim Costa for Congress

    Back on June 27th, the Snyder’s and the Grassland Water District hosted a dinner for Congressman Jim Costa’s reelection campaign. Congressman Costa wanted to show his support towards the landowners of the San Luis, San Joaquin and Modesto counties during this difficult time in dealing with the drought. For those who may not know Jim, he is a

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  • It’s Easy Being Green

    Sprig Electric recently completed our recertification as a Bay Area Green Business. The California Green Business Program started locally in 1995 and has since gone statewide. Sprig Electric has made many changes in our office to keep with our ongoing commitment to sustainability. We have installed energy efficient lighting throughout our offices, set double-sided copying

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  • 2014 Teladata TCC

    Sprig Electric was proud to be a gold sponsor at the 2014 Teladata Technology Convergence Conference in Santa Clara. This conference was a wonderful opportunity for professionals and executives from the IT, Facilities and Data Center sectors to come together and learn from each other. The expert speakers offered us critical information and some excellent

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