Integrated Electrical Services Reports Status of Operations Following Hurricane Ike
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Integrated Electrical Services Reports Status of Operations Following Hurricane Ike HOUSTON, Sept. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Integrated Electrical Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: IESC) ("IES"), a leading provider of electrical and communications services for the commercial, industrial and residential markets, announced that several of its locations received minor damage from Hurricane Ike. Work crews were relocated from one Houston-area IES facility that remained without utility services. Operations and critical business systems are running at normal capacity at the company's headquarters, and the company did not suffer any loss of its critical computer-related financial or client-related data as a result of the Hurricane. "The safety and well-being of our employees and customers are always our top priority," said Michael Caliel, President and CEO of IES. "As we resume normal operations, we are grateful that our employees are safe, and right now our efforts are focused on providing support to our customers and employees affected by the storm." About IES IES is a leading national provider of electrical and communications contracting solutions for the commercial, industrial and residential markets. From office buildings to wind farms to housing developments, IES designs, builds and maintains electrical services for a diverse array of customers, projects and locations. Further information about the company and its businesses is available at http://www.ies-co.com. Contact: Michael Caliel, CEO Integrated Electrical Services, Inc. 713-860-1500 Ken Dennard / email@example.com Karen Roan / firstname.lastname@example.org DRG&E / 713-529-6600 SOURCE Integrated Electrical Services, Inc. Michael Caliel, CEO of Integrated Electrical Services, Inc., +1-713-860-1500; or Ken Dennard, email@example.com, or Karen Roan, firstname.lastname@example.org, both of DRG&E, +1-713-529-6600, for Integrated Electrical Services, Inc.
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