Pflugerville electrical company recognized for Austin-Bergstrom International Airport work

Rosendin, an electrical contracting company with its Central Texas office in Pflugerville, received an award for its work on the Delta Sky Club at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. (Courtesy Rosendin)
Rosendin, an electrical contracting company with its Central Texas office in Pflugerville, received an award for its work on the Delta Sky Club at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. (Courtesy Rosendin)

Rosendin, an electrical contracting company with its Central Texas office in Pflugerville, received an award for its work on the Delta Sky Club at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. (Courtesy Rosendin)

Rosendin, an electrical contracting company with its Central Texas office in Pflugerville, was chosen as the Top Specialty Electrical Contractor for its work on the Delta Sky Club at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, per a March 17 news release. The recognition was awarded to Rosendin by the Associated General Contractors—San Antonio.

Rosendin contributed to the electrical and communication pathways for the circular lounge, which features both indoor and outdoor seating, food and bar services, specialty lighting features and Wi-Fi-supported seating areas.

“Rosendin is thrilled to be recognized by the AGC San Antonio for our team’s hard work and dedication to excellence on the complicated sky lounge project at Austin’s airport,” said John Colley, the director of Texas operations, in the release.

Rosendin partnered with Holder Construction Co. to build the 9,803-square-foot, two-story facility in the Barbara Jordan Terminal, according to the release.

“Any construction worker will tell you that running electrical on a jobsite that is smack in the middle of an operational airport is extremely challenging, and we are especially proud of everyone who embraced Rosendin’s culture of safety to make sure every worker went home safe at the end of each and every day,” Colley said.


Rosendin's Central Texas office is located at 1033 Meister Lane, Ste. 100, Pflugerville.
By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from Upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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