Melton did some work on Minute Maid Park in Houston. This project was very fun to be a part of, and everyone involved in the execution gave their all to make sure that Minute Maid would look and operate better then it did before. Here’s what Jon Henley, a project manager at Melton Electric, had to say about the work that Melton did on the Minute Maid Premiere Entrance.
In a few sentences, what was the purpose of this job? What was the client’s goal?
-To provide updated entry for the suites and season ticket holders. Including new ticket office, canopies, and the addition of the Love Street Bar.
What was Melton’s part in this project?
-Melton provided power and lighting upgrades throughout the stadium
Start date, end date? Finished on time or ahead of schedule?
-11/20/2018 – 3/22/2019, completed on time.
-Approximate size/value of the project? $175,000.00
-Number of Melton Employees used? 5
Why did the client or general contractor choose Melton?
-Always about the money. We provide quality service to all of our customers in a timely, affordable fashion.
Has Melton worked at this location or for this client before?
What are you most proud of on this project?
-This was our first project out at Minute Maid Park and everything went very smoothly. The project was completed on time, and everyone worked very well together.
Is there a Melton employee that you would like to recognize, why?
-Tyler English. He was the general foreman on the project. His attention to detail and ability to work with the GC and facility personnel made the project a success.