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Natelco Corp

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140 W Hampton Ave, Capitol Heights, MD 20743

(301) 350-1325

Today: 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Founded in 1993, Natelco Corporation is one of the fastest-growing electrical contractors in the Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., region. The company furnishes and installs low- and high-voltage distribution equipment, such as generators, fire alarm and security systems and data-transfer lines. Natelco conducts switchgear inspection and testing for purposes of acceptance and preventive maintenance certification. It consists of the construction, service, Baltimore, life safety, technology, retail and wireless tower, computer centers and security divisions. The company s revenues exceeded $58 million in 2004. Natelco Corporation is headquartered in Capitol Heights, Md.

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Fax: (301) 350-8175

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Electric Equipment Repair & Service, Electricians, Fire Alarm Systems, General Contractors, Electric Contractors-Commercial & Industrial, Generators-Electric-Service & Repair


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I'm not able to comment on the Fire Alarm side but I can tell you that the airport services managed by Dale Sunderlin and Randy Sellner are shady to say the least. Their motto should be "Lie, Cheat, Steal". If you are looking for employment look elsewhere. If I were Donna LaScola I would be ashamed to have these two representing my company. They put hard working employees in dangerous positions, and then throw them under the bus when it comes time to save themselves. They have been known to pad their own overtime, short employees on their hours, refuse necessary materials all to make their own numbers look better... nevermind how this affects the project or the other employees.