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Special Feature
Kelly Martin, Journeyman Electrician shares how his career path has lead to success, and inspires young people to look into the apprenticeship programs available through F.A.C.T. Member organizations.

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Chukchansi Hotel, Spa & Casino

Pacific Ethanol Inc., Madera Plant

Saint Agnes Hospital Tower

Please contact our members directly for more information about project details, and to learn about the important aspects of the positive community impact and economic benefits of working with F.A.C.T. Members.__

Our members serve Fresno, Madera, Tulare, and Kings Counties.



Each issue of our eNewsletter highlights important projects and the significant benefits realized by descision makers who utilize the skills and experience of the F.A.C.T. Board of Directors, and it's Member companies and organizations.

As you prepare to move forward with the planning of your next project, these Special Feature vignettes are here to help you communicate the power of your vision by demonstrating the successes of our members when presenting to key stakeholders, constituents, government agencies, financial institutions, environmental groups, and civic or social organizations.

We are here to provide you with the planning and execution for labor and construction which will enable your project to come to life with the highest degree of industry standards.

Video Profile

The Journeyman; Meet Your Neighbor, Friend, and a Positive Impact In Our Community

When it comes to building our important regional infrastructure projects we look to the best qualities in the individuals responsible for the construction phase to create a safe and reliable environment for ourselves and our families.

We wanted to find out more about the qualities that make these journeymen such successful and admired members of our community, so we caught up with Kelly Martin, an Electrical Journeyman and F.A.C.T. Member to find out what inspires him. We found it very enlightening to learn how the trades have helped him to reach his personal goals in life, and how the apprenticeship programs can be the perfect career pathway for young people who are looking for the answer to achieving their own American dreams.

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Video Interview (1 min. 45 secs.) Kelly Martin, Electrical Journeyman "Career Pathway".

As we look around at these friendly faces who are so much a part of our daily lives, interacting with us in our neighborhoods, schools, and social settings...building our hospitals, and airports, we find truly remarkable people who are sharing their time and talents to make our community a great place to call home.

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Video Interview (1 min. 45 secs.) Kelly Martin, Electrical Journeyman "Building a Family"

One such individual plays many roles.... parent, coach, mentor, the go-to neighbor, and we find ourselves inspired by their ability to make multi-tasking appear so simple and natural.

Here in the United States we not only expect the highest level of safety from our construction professionals... we rely upon it in our daily lives without even a second thought. What kind of person do you want to have built that elevator you're about to step into? How would you like the power or ventilation system to go out during your next medical procedure because the choice was made to use less qualified construction labor... just because it looked good on paper?

These are just a few of the reasons it's critical to talk to our F.A.C.T. Members when planning your next project!

What would you like us to do for you?

Give us a call to find out more about how F.A.C.T. can offer expert guidance, and to connect with the labor and management resources necessary for your next project, simply click here to navigate to our contact page. We invite you to start by calling our main office and asking to speak with a member of our board.