Darlene Bremer

Freelance Writer

Darlene Bremer, a freelance writer based in Solomons, Md., contributes frequently to ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. She can be reached at 410.394.6966 and darbremer@comcast.net.

Articles by Darlene Bremer

September 2007
With a huge chunk of the work force approaching retirement, along with volatile economic markets and increased global competition, identifying and supporting talented employees for future leadership roles is vital. READ MORE
August 2007
To succeed in a competitive marketplace, electrical contractors must build lasting partnerships with their customers by supplying quality, dependable electrical products that they can stand behind. Using “gray-market” products places contractors in a risky legal position that could leave them solely responsible for any defects or problems with those products. READ MORE
August 2007
Baseball has made a home for itselfin St. Louis since 1892, when the local team played in Sportsman’s Park. The city’s sports venue has seen two other incarnations since then: one in 1966, when Busch Memorial Stadium opened and again in 2006, as Busch Stadium reopened. READ MORE
July 2007
"Sustainable development involves … meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs,” was said at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, and subsequently adopted by the President’s Council on Sustainable Development. READ MORE
June 2007
Users converge voice and data systems and save money READ MORE
June 2007
Integrated building system training Integrated Building Systems (IBS) represent tremendous opportunities for electrical contractors and are predicted to eventually outgrow the traditional electrical market. READ MORE
June 2007
After years of planning, the Bronx, New York City’s northernmost borough, got a new court complex, nicknamed the “Superblock.” The 10-story, 750,000-square-foot building, worth $396 million, extends over two-and-a-half blocks along East 161st Street. READ MORE
May 2007
Reducing common injuries and maintaining safety practices According to the Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health (eLCOSH), exposure to electricity is still a major cause of death among construction workers. Among electricians, the most serious concern is working with or near live wires without enlisting the proper safety procedures. READ MORE
April 2007
Be prepared with the tools and skills for the CII market: READ MORE

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