WB Moore Graduates Apprentices and Adds More to Their Program



News Release

For Immediate Release

Wednesday, May 24, 2017


Construction Industry Gains Graduates


Charlotte, NC – 5/23/17, the Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABC) recognized the latest class to complete the Apprenticeship Program with a graduation ceremony held at the Broken Spoke.  Out of the 16 Electrical Apprentices that graduated, WB Moore had three (3) graduates in the 2017 class.  These graduates have completed 8,000 hours of on-the-job training hours and 643 hours of classroom related instruction following the National Center for Construction and Education Research (NCCER) curriculum.  WB Moore had the honor of witnessing three apprentices graduating from the program this year, including Jeremiah Fulwider (class Valedictorian), Gary Tunnell and James Archer.

We at WB Moore could not be more proud of these future leaders of the construction industry and continue to thank the ABC for providing a program to teach and shape the future of our industry.



Jeremiah Fulwider - Valedictorian

Gary Tunnell

James Archer


We would also like to WELCOME the newest WB Moore employees to the Apprenticeship Program!

John King - Service Helper I/Apprentice Level - Core

John Sonnenfroh - Helper I/Apprentice Level - Core

Tanner Gesser - Helper I/Apprentice Level - Core

Sidney Burm - Helper I/Apprentice Level - Core

From all of us in the WB Moore family,