Nicholas Maddox was recently named as President of White Electrical Construction Company. Maddox succeeds Jeff Filippo who became President and CEO in 2014. Filippo will continue to serve as CEO and President of 1910 Legacy Enterprises, the holding company of White Electrical.
Maddox is an operational executive with a proven track record of management and bottom line growth. He has over 13 years experience in the construction industry and holds a degree in finance from the University of Georgia. Maddox is a 2013 graduate of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Georgia Future Leaders Class. He also served as Corporate Board President and Director of Fundraising for Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, an international youth leadership organization, from 2008-2012.
“For over 100 years, White Electrical has built a legacy of business integrity, strong partnerships and ingenuity,” says Jeff Filippo. “We are pleased to name Nick as the new President because he shares our vision to build the company by serving customers with excellence. Nick brings a unique set of operational and management skills to our team, and we look forward to having him help us expand our growth.”
Jeff Filippo will become the next President and CEO at White Electrical Construction Company on October 1, 2014.
Atlanta, GA September 18, 2014 — White Electrical Construction Company is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeff Filippo to President and CEO of the company effective October 1, 2014. Filippo succeeds Gary Clodfelter who served in this position since 1994. Clodfelter will continue to serve as President Emeritus until his retirement at the end of 2014.
Southern Company presented White Electrical Construction Company of Atlanta with their 2012 Triangle Safety Award for work completed at Plant McDonough Combined Cycle Plant Unit 6 in Atlanta, GA. The Triangle Safety Award is a Southern Company honor which recognizes contractors that achieve high levels of safety performance. Eligibility for this award is reached when a contractor has completed over 100,000 man-hours on a Southern Company project site over the course of a year and has zero recordable injuries, missed work days or accidents, as well as no OSHA citations.
This prestigious award was handed to only 7 of over 170 contractors Southern Company worked with during 2012 that met or exceeded the stringent standards.