Lentine Group cuts ribbon at Detroit Center of Operations

by webadmin 15. September 2012 11:17


The Lentine Group has officially cut the ribbon opening its Detroit Center of Operations, a 32,000 square foot family owned building on Trumble street near Wayne State University.


Relocating LeCom Communications from Redford to the city of Detroit, Anthony Lentine of LeCom Inc. talked about the new jobs coming to the city.


“We transferred 100 jobs from Redford, and by the end of the year we should be at 200. We have already hired 50 and we are training another 50,” said Lentine.


The new hires will be trained in voice, video data and security installation services for Xfinity said Lentine.


“Great news, it represents a hundred current jobs, with the possibility of a hundred additional jobs and in particular it in the software engineering and cabling and that’s were we are trying to move this industry, and the industries within the city of Detroit,” said Deputy Mayor Kirk Lewis.


Housed in the building is Golden Dental Plans marketing department, UnionCircle.com, LeCom Communications and LeCom Utilities contractors.



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About LeCom


Founded in 1980, LeCom, Inc. has grown into a multi-million dollar company that performs contracting and installation services for communications and energy providers. It operates six offices and warehouses throughout metropolitan Detroit, including Port Huron and employs more than 200 highly skilled workers in its Communications and Utility Divisions.


The Communications Division's 150 technicians provide manpower for one of the largest communications companies in America. Their skills include the installation and servicing of cable television, broadband Internet, telephone service and home security systems.


The Utility Division provides services in all phases of power line construction, hybrid fiber/coax network construction as well as maintenance and emergency restoration services for major regional electrical providers.  


LeCom Utility Contractors Storm Restoration Team responds to large scale weather related power outages such as hurricanes and ice storms. The team is able to mobilize within 24 hours into a mile long caravan of men and equipment rolling down the highway to assist in power restoration services anywhere east of the Mississippi River including the Gulf States.


Overall, LeCom organizes its service into four teams: High Voltage, Low Voltage, Communication services and Storm Restoration. LeCom's power utility employees are all members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO.


For more information, go to: http://www.lecomutility.com/



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Matthew Clay
Matthew Clay United States
10/23/2012 11:31:01 AM #

     Sounds like a company I'd like to work for..  

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