Learn about The Tri-M Group
We provide a safe working environment for our employees, customers and stakeholders to ensure that, at the end of the day, everyone goes home safely.
We provide an environment of trust where honesty is valued in every communication and transaction between employees, customers and vendors.
We conduct our business with sound moral and ethical principles, cultivating trusting relationships with our employees, customers and vendors.
We provide our employees with the highest quality training and equipment. We provide the highest quality installations and service to our customers.
COMMUNITY / STEWARDSHIP
We invest in our employees, our company, our customers, as well as investing in the communities in which we work and live.
The Tri-M Group, LLC was founded in 1964 by two brothers, Tom & Dick Musser, it has grown from a very small local, industrial and commercial electrical contractor to one of the region’s largest merit shop contractors. Through the decades, Tri-M recognized the growing and changing services needed by our customers; therefore, Tri-M has a very diversified service offering.
In 2002, Tom Musser, Chairman and Jim Horn, CEO/President became joint owners in the Tri-M Group. Tri-M celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014 – a true milestone in the construction industry. From its inception, Tri-M has been dedicated to excellence in every aspect of our business, starting with the treatment of our employees and carried on through to our customers, vendors, and in the communities in which we work and live. To ensure Tri-M’s future, the ownership was expanded in 2016 by adding Executive Vice Presidents, Ron Bauguess and Chris Peirson as partners. While expanding our services; Tri-M has never lost sight of our founders’ drive to provide opportunities for employees and build long term relationships with our customers.
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Learn about Careers and Apprenticeships at Tri-M
Apprentices experience a blended learning environment that includes classroom and hands on training. Along with very robust classroom instruction, the students are also required to participate in two additional components of the program: related training and instruction (RTI) and on-the-job training (OJT). Each program runs for four years; each year students must complete 240 hours of classroom training, in addition to 8,000 hours of on-the-job training.