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Dixie Electric Company Inc
580 Trade Center Street
We have provided residential and commercial service to the Greater Montgomery area since 1908. In that time we have given top notch service to thousands of customers. Dixie Electric Company relies on repeat and referral business. We are very thankful that...
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Management Team | Dixie Electric Plumbing & Air
John Yelverton, III
President | COO of Construction
As President and Chief Operating Officer of Construction, John is responsible for overseeing the operations and general management of Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air.
In this role, he
offers strategic direction and leadership to the organization.
is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Construction Group which includes Commercial, Industrial, Medical, Institutional and Gaming Projects.
John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alabama in 1984 and a Master Electrician's License.
John is a member of The Church of Ascension.
He is active in the community and serves on several local community boards.
enjoys spending time with his
wife and two daughters.
Project Management Team « Dixie Electric Company
John Yelverton, III - More than 25 years of experience in project management and estimating with an engineering degree from University of Alabama (1984) and a Master Electrician License
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Dixie Electric Company, Inc.
As company president John Yelverton III likes to say in discussing his company's dedication to service, "They call Dixie, and it's done."
Customer service is today's mission and mantra for Yelverton, his management team and the 55 electricians and support people working at Dixie Electric Company.
John, who is the great grandson of the company founder, points with pride to the tradition of service that has always guided Dixie Electric Company.
John was particularly inspired by his grandfather, J. Noble Crump, who led the company for six decades.
He went to work for him in 1984 when he graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in mechanical engineering.
When Crump retired in 1989, John took over as president.
"Many electrical contractors perform service and repairs as a sideline, but we take that part of our business seriously," said Yelverton
A focus on employees
also takes seriously the importance of providing employees with both technical and customer service training.
Everyone in the company attends training sessions of one kind or another.
Training is conducted on everything from greeting customers on the phone to the use of the latest technology.
Electricians attend one or two training sessions a week in-house, and once a year they attend a training center in St. Louis to update their technical skills.
and other members of the management team meet with their staff on a regular basis to discuss each employee's personal and professional goals and how the company can help to achieve them.
believes that when his
employees succeed in serving customers well, the company succeeds and is able to be of even greater benefit to its employees.
strives to show his
employees that connection.
In addition to emphasizing strong employer-employee relationships and providing regular training, the company offers employee incentive and bonus programs.
Putting customers first
"Everything works together to keep our employees motivated, well trained and focused on taking good care of our customers," said Yelverton