Michael J Cox

Mr. Cox has a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering and spent 7 years with ABB Services. During the 7 years, Mike spent 4 years as an Engineer, 1 year as a Manager in Training and 2 years as a successful Service Center Manager.

Mike spent the past 12 years with MGI ending as a Vice President and General Manager. In addition, Mike holds a State Electrical License, State Pollutant Storage and a State General Contracting license.

Douglas Vecchio

Mr. Vecchio has worked for 22 years in the construction industry with the last 15 years as a superintendent. Doug’s skills range from planning, estimating, project managing and overall responsibility of field crews. Doug has a wide array of experience in the commercial and industrial construction field including form-work, concrete pads, tie beams, columns, wet decks, rigging, excavating, heavy equipment, and trenching.

In addition, Doug is proficient with the installation of all size generators including exhaust work, shroud, flex, thimbles and piping. He has supervised the installation of underground and above ground fuel tanks and the associated piping. Doug also has supervised the installation of multiple fuel islands for local utility customers.

Terry Daugherty

Mr. Daugherty has 26 years of testing, maintenance, and repair in the field of electronics and electrical power equipment. Terry also has completed courses in Electronics, Electricity and Digital theory at Lindsey Hopkins Technical.

Terry worked for ABB Services for nine years performing maintenance, repair, testing, installation, start-up, trouble shooting and project supervision of power distribution and protection equipment. Terry has additional experience in project management of small to large construction projects.

Charles Toby

Mr. Toby has worked as a project manager on large industrial projects for the last 19 years. Chuck spent 4 years in the U.S. Air Force and 2 years in the U.S.A.F. Reserves. Chuck was with the 23rd Civil Engineering Squadron performing construction projects throughout the world. He left the U.S.A.F. as a sergeant.

After the Air Force, Chuck spent 2 years as a superintendent constructing multi-building complexes. In 1991 Chuck joined Asea Brown Boveri as a project manager. Chuck has been project manager for various projects which included buildings, underground duct banks, transformer pads and substations.