Great job on a successful outage at Domtar in Hawsville, Kentucky. Your continued effort and dedication keep our customers moving forward and provide a fast response and services.
As of January 1, 2017, Beltline has been providing supplementary electrical maintenance services to Domtar Paper Company in Hawesville, Kentucky for ten years. Roger Daniels, Geary Jennings, Joe Bickwermert, Jacob Brown, Adam Millay and Jeremy Boswell of the Owensboro Division were recognized for ten years of dedicated service to Beltline Electric and our work at the Domtar facility in Hawesville. Tim Hess, Operations Manager of Beltline’s Owensboro Division, stated, “This successful partnership would not be possible without the unwavering commitment of Domtar personnel and Beltline employees. We are truly honored to be working with a partner that is as committed to safety and quality as Domtar.”
Congratulations to Tony Stevens, Foreman Owensboro Division, for receiving the Safety Employee of the Month and John Johnson, Foreman Owensboro Division, for receiving Quality Control Employee of the Month from Turner Construction Company. They received these awards from Turner while working on the Owensboro Health Madisonville Medical Office Building project.
It’s the season for ice skating in Paducah! Beltline employees and their families were treated to a Family Skate Night at the Baptist Health Ice in the Expo on Monday, December 5.
Beltline held its annual Christmas Celebration on Saturday, December 3, 2016. The event took place on the stage of The Carson Center. Guests included employees, families, friends and business associates of Beltline. The party has been a tradition since 1992 when Lyn Smith and Terry Gipson first bought the company. A lot of videos and pictures from the party are posted on Beltline social media pages. In the beginning, family worked tirelessly to prepare the food and serve it to the employees and local business people from all over the area at their location at 539 South Third Street in Paducah. It was eventually moved to the Carson Center. This year guests enjoyed a meal prepared by Artisan Kitchen and music by the band Everyday People of Nashville, Tennessee. Before dinner Beltline’s President, Jason Siener, took a moment to recognize and remember Beltline’s co-founder, Mr.George Lankton. Mr. Lankton passed away the day before the party on December 2, 2016 on his 90th birthday. A special video was also introduced to kick off the 60th Anniversary Year of Beltline in 2017.