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Two Tulsa Electrical Contractors, Faith Technologies and Alpha Electrical Services, Merge

Tulsa, Okla. (Oct. 27, 2009) – Alpha Electrical Services Inc., established in 1990, has merged with Faith Technologies Inc., a full-service electrical and specialty systems contractor. Alpha Electrical Services will join Faith Technologies and continue operation under the Faith Technologies name.

The merger will combine operations and workforce, extending Faith Technologies’ services into Tulsa and throughout Oklahoma. Faith Technologies will retain 27 workers and clients such as International Bus, CP Kelco and several general contractors operating in the market.

Faith Technologies Tulsa division, which launched in January 2009, will employ 50 workers total as a result of the merger. Faith Technologies says the merger will bring in revenue of more than $5 million. In addition, the company was recently awarded $10 million in projects.

“Originally, we set out in the Tulsa market hoping to find a strong company to build a foundation with and exchange resources,” says Ben McCord, Tulsa Division Manager for Faith Technologies. “The merger will allow us to grow substantially, and quickly, after establishing a division in Tulsa this year.”

Faith Technologies’ Tulsa division, located at 171 S. 122nd East Avenue, has led projects with Kay County Detention Center and Drillers Stadium. In the near future, Faith Technologies is scheduled to work on projects with Kimberly Clark Corp.

David Rogers, owner of Alpha Electrical Services, will join Faith Technologies as Project Manager. Rogers believes that both companies have very similar cultures and work ethics to accommodate projects across industries in the Oklahoma market, including commercial, industrial, institutional, data and security systems.

“Faith Technologies is well-known across the Midwest and Southeast for its quality workforce and ability to maintain end-to-end job control,” says Rogers.