Our success starts with you.

Here at Penn Line, we’re proud to say that our success starts with our employees. There is no single force that affects our performance more than the daily efforts of our people, and we recognize them as the heart of our organization.

Spend even a short amount of time here, and you’re bound to hear someone say that Penn Line employees “bleed Penn Line red.”  Our corporate culture is based on a passion for quality and a strong work ethic that inspires uncommon dedication and commitment. Every employee at every level of the organization knows that this is a place where they can make a difference—and they do.

It is the policy of the entire Penn Line organization to assure that employees are treated without regard to their race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, color, national origin, veteran’s classification, or disability.

Individuals with a disability who desire a reasonable accommodation should contact the EEOC Officer at 724-887-9110, ext. 151.

Please note that we partner with the Dept. of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Immigration Service to e-Verify all newly hired employees.


Commercial Electric Apprenticeship Program

The Tri County Electric Co., Inc, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee provides a four (4) year commercial electrician apprenticeship program, which is certified by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship Training.  This program is offered exclusively for eligible Tri County Electric Co., Inc. apprentice employees participating in on-the-job and other (classroom) related learning in order to become a Journeyworker as recognized in the trade.

This allows for optimum career and self-development opportunities for all employees, while at the same time bringing success to the business. We supply the tools and support so that each employee can achieve their maximum growth potential through creativity, performance, and a challenging work environment. By having this advantage over our competition, we feel our position in the industry will continue to be a strong and growing one for years to come. More information can be found on our TCE Apprentice Program Flyer or by visiting www.dol.gov