Krasner comes to ONLY
extensive experience and education both inside
and outside the construction industry. He is a
Massachusetts licensed, master electrician.
started in the construction industry in 1978,
renovating houses. He learned the many sides of
the industry working with small and large electrical
contractors, union and non-union. Over time, he
moved to larger residential work, retail, office
buildings, and industrial plants. Steve taught
labor-management relations to apprentices under
the auspices of the University of Massachusetts
and the Boston Council of Carpenters. He later
established a successful construction employment
and training program for the City of Chelsea Massachusetts.
much of the 1990s and early 2000s, Steve consulted
to high tech start-ups and worked as product strategy
executive for NetView Technologies, a Waltham-based
software company. In 2003, he began to explore
how to combine his high tech and electrical construction
experience in a new company. Putting on his marketer's
cap, Steve started talking with homeowners about
electrical problems they face and what would solve
in 2003 to provide high quality service and to
master the challenges of doing small projects
successfully--an area that contractors large and
small still avoid like the plague. The route to
success became clear quite quickly: delight our
customers; recruit smart, committed people; develop
efficient systems and procedures; and keep overhead
costs down. To paraphrase a simple old election
theme, "It's about the service, stupid!"
his Bachelor's Degree in Art and Design from the
MIT School of Architecture and his Masters Degree
in Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
His Massachusetts Journeyman Electrician license
is #26363E. His Master Electrician license, under
operates, is #12201A.
Contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.