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New journeyman, electrician, joins local company 

Daniel Bellew.

Templeton-based electrical systems management start-up sticks with local talent

–Daniel Bellew has joined Central Coast Power Services (CCPS) as a Field Project Manager. Bellew’s background and experience on high profile sites with complex electrical systems and numerous contractors will be a boon for CCPS. His wisdom and know-how will aid in solving complex problems for customers, and securing the best specialized electrical contractors across the state to support CCPS’ wide range of clients.

“Daniel’s experience is truly something special,” says Mike Brady, Director of CCPS, “having this caliber of talent working for our customers not only legitimizes us in the field and opens up larger contract opportunities, but also allows us to better qualify and continue to build our network of smaller specialty contractors, providing them jobs and opportunity otherwise out of reach for them. ”

Bellew is excited to start his new position, “I’m looking forward to joining a growing company that’s changing the way facilities and people look at managing their electrical systems and has a such a strong vision for the future.”

CCPS is a client services firm focused on helping customers manage their facilities’ electrical systems. With clients both local and statewide, their Templeton headquarters is perfectly situated to cover a lot of ground in California and bordering areas. The company’s approach to electrical systems management is a forward thinking, client-driven model that looks to strengthen facility managements’ goal of keeping buildings safely powered.

Bellew’s experience in the field speaks for itself and his addition to the CCPS team strengthens a one of a kind startup:

• Bellew has over 20 year of electrical experience including 10 years of project management.
• Bellew’s experience includes everything from residential to commercial to industrial.
• Bellew was born and raised in Paso Robles and is a graduate of PRHS.

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