For over 135 years, Hatzel & Buehler, Inc. has built and maintained successful customer relationships by constantly implementing new methods and procedures to improve efficiencies and productivity and provide the best and most effective level of customer support. In an effort to expand our service offerings, in 2005, Hatzel & Buehler founded Bluestone Communications – a wholly owned subsidiary – to provide telecommunications and technology services to customers. Furthering our commitment to customers, Hatzel & Buehler proudly announces the launch of a new Building Automation Systems’ Division – ‘Blue Sky Controls’. With a specially trained team of both office and field personnel, dedicated to Building Automation Systems installations, Blue Sky Controls will operate as a separate division within Hatzel & Buehler, Inc. Blue Sky Controls will partner with valued integrators to complete the Building Automation Systems installation. Working together, Hatzel & Buehler, Bluestone Communications and Blue Sky Controls will offer a comprehensive and efficient blend of electrical services to customers.
Hatzel & Buehler’s Jordan Frinfrock – a Local Union 575 Electrician – won first place and a national championship as an apprentice Electrician at the 2019 IDEAL National Championship. The IDEAL National Championship is a competition where the most elite tradesmen in the nation come together to showcase their Electrical skills. The competition began with 57,000 participants, which was narrowed to 84 in the final round, with Jordan winning the competition among his fellow apprentice Electricians. In addition to his first place individual win, Jordan and his co-worker, Justin Donley – an apprentice from LU 575 – won 4th place in the Apprentice team portion of the competition.
On Saturday, October 5th, employees and their families, from both Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications, participated in the End Childhood Cancer Walk/Run (formerly known as The Lemon Run). The race raises funds and awareness for childhood cancer and is the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation’s largest special event with nearly 3,000 people attending. In addition to employee participation, Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications actively participated in event fundraising. The Foundation and its heroic efforts towards fighting childhood cancer are hugely important to our organization.
To further support their customers in Southern New Jersey, Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications made the strategic decision to open an office in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. The new office will focus on the commercial, healthcare, higher education and industrial sectors. The Mt. Laurel office proudly maintains relationships with Rowan University, Jefferson Health Systems, Virtua Health, Inspira Health, Carekinesis and Agro Merchants.
Hatzel & Buehler has an existing office in Hamilton, New Jersey, which supports the northern New Jersey market.
On June 13th, employees from Hatzel & Buehler and Bluestone Communications participated in the 13th Annual Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation Telethon, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Employees answered phones, processed donations and helped support other Telethon functions. The 14-hour on-air benefit, for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, raised nearly $7,000,000 for pediatric cancer research. Over its 13 years on-air, the event has raised over $36,000,000 for the cause.
Employees from Hatzel & Buehler’s New Jersey Office proudly partnered with IBEW Local Union 102 and Habitat for Humanity, to help finish a newly constructed home in Dover, New Jersey. “Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization helping people in the community and around the world, build or improve a place they can call home”. With local operations in every state throughout the country, Habitat for Humanity “builds dreams, one house at a time”.