A basic premise of our Company Philosophy is to treat people fairly. We are proud to support our employees in their efforts to make a difference every day, whether it be on the job or in their own lives and community. We also recognize the benefits our company has realized over the years in providing electrical construction services in the communities we work in and believe we should give back and support those who have helped contribute to the success of the projects we have constructed over the last 54 years. It is our privilege to have great employees who not only go the extra mile in serving our customers, but also in service to their families and their community. We are proud to recognize John Harriel as one who never stops caring about others. In recognition for his 20 years of leadership and outstanding outreach efforts, John has been promoted to Diversity Manager/Superintendent. In addition to being one of our hardest working Superintendents, John works tirelessly in the Los Angeles community with at risk and proven risk individuals who seek a new direction in their lives through the construction trades.
In his new role with Morrow Meadows, John will implement company wide training and development programs for our employees, visit projects and meet with employees to share our company vision and identify paths forward for improved career opportunities. John will serve as our corporate liaison with customers, employees and the community regarding our outreach and diversity initiatives. John will assist our customers, employees and the community with proven methods for educating and developing pathways for individuals in under served communities with the Local Unions and Apprenticeship programs.
John has been an inspiration to many through his work with the 2nd Call Organization, Big John Kares, the City of Los Angeles and IBEW Local 11. Morrow Meadows is extremely proud to support John in his efforts with 2nd Call. Please take a moment to learn more about how John and 2nd Call are making great strides in the community and join us in thanking John for being such a positive role model for those in need of a second chance. Thank you to the State Building and Construction Trades Council for this terrific video.