Marc Frey is the president and owner of MAK Electric. Marc graduated the Electrical Program at Greater New Bedford Voc Tech in 2009. He gained his experience working on several projects such as Rockland Highschool, Hanover Highschool, Boston Logan Airport and many other projects along these standards. Marc had always aspired to break out on his own and start his own company, which became the company known as MAK Electric. MAK Electric was established in 2014 and has been growing ever since. Marc has successfully been awarded numerous large-scale projects such as Southcoast Urgent Cares, YWCA of New Bedford, and Atria Merrimack in Newburyport. Marc is a leader; he is hardworking, dedicated, and driven. His work ethic is nothing short of always wanting to exceed his expectations no matter how big or how small. His passion for his company is recognized through the time and effort put in on the field not only by himself but by the example he sets for his employees.
Nathan Dean has been a part of the electrical trade since 2009. He graduated from the Electrical Program at Greater New Bedford Voc Tech where he was able to build a strong foundation for future projects. In the beginning of his career, Nathan attained his HILTI and LIFT qualifications, along with an additional 30hr OSHA class, and classes for continuing education.
Nathan has completed projects at Boston Logan Airport and Bus Terminal, Otis Airforce Base, and Newport Navy Base. After receiving his Electrical license in August 2015, Nathan has worked on Brigham and Women's Hospital, the USS Constitution Navy Yard and MIT.
Nathan has now been employed at MAK Electric for over a year now. He has had the opportunity to complete several residential houses, Forever 21, Perkins School of the Blind, Country Club Heights, Deaconess Country Kitchen, and the YWCA of New Bedford. With these experiences Nathan has been able to refine his skills and play an important role as an electrician here at MAK Electric.
Manny graduated from the Electrical Program at Greater New Bedford Voc Tech in 1990. After graduation he did commercial work for 6 years. During that time, he worked hard and successfully completed his apprenticeship and then earned his Electrical license in 1994. For the next 18 years Manny worked on many new and renovated schools and several other commercial projects in the area.
He was then introduced to MAK Electric and made the switch in 2018. During his time with MAK Electric he has worked on both residential and commercial jobs. Manny has been a Foreman on many projects as well as Lead Electrician for multiple jobs which requires both leadership skills and the knowledge to complete the tasks with a sense of pride and certainty of good quality work. Manny is looking forward to working for MAK Electric and to help build a reputable company that fellow electricians will want to join and be a part of.
"The growth of this company is what I'm excited about seeing happen. The leadership that I've seen in my first year here at MAK Electric is what makes me realize that the future is bright for this company" - Manny Cunha
James Martins Jr is 27 years old who graduated from the Electrical Program at Greater New Bedford Voc Tech in 2010. He has been working in the trade for 8 years now. James started his electrical career as an apprentice locally and once completed he passed his Electrical exam in 2015. Some of the work he takes pride in completing is Logan Airport and Patriot's Place. He has gained experience over the past several years and has learned a lot of skills and techniques from the different job sites. James has been working for MAK Electric since October 2018 and plans to use his skills and experience to bring quality work to our clients.
"MAK Electric may be a small company now, but I see a bright future ahead of itself in the near future" - James Martins Jr.
Jayden graduated from the Electrical Program at Greater New Bedford Voc Tech in 2017. He is going on his third year working in the trade and he has loved every aspect of it. MAK Electric saw something in Jayden and took him on during his co-op training in May of 2016. At a young age Jayden has worked in a large variety of environments. He started out in dwelling units and quickly worked his way into commercial buildings. Jayden looks forward to going to work every day due to his passion for electrical and the great relationships he has built with such skilled co-workers at MAK Electric.
"This company has great potential. The people I get to work alongside with are great at motivating you to take jobsite tasks on a daily basis. If everything continues in the way it has been, this company can grow in ways that I have dreamt about." - Jayden Soares
Matheus Aguiar is a graduate from the Electrical Program at Greater New Bedford Voc Tech in 2017. Matheus began working in the trade as part of his co-op and much of his experience was learned from working on several Senior Living Condominiums. Once he graduated, he made a career change and started working for MAK Electric. He has learned many new things in both the residential and commercial scope of the trade.
"Joining MAK Electric, after being part of a larger company, has really opened my eyes to the promise and capability of what this young company can grow into." - Matheus Aguiar
Nikko Mello is a graduate from the HVAC/R program a Diman Regional Voc Tech. He worked in the trade since January of 2016. During his co-op for high school he worked as an apprentice for a plumbing and mechanical company and continued on after graduation. He later decided that he wanted to explore the solar business. He has worked on several commercial solar fields and roof tops, where he learned the skills needed to complete all aspects of this task. He also worked at many schools installing light poles that surround the fields. Nikko has also experienced working overnight service calls when needed. He has worked at MAK Electric since April 2018. Nikko has grown over the past several months working in the electrical trade doing residential work, Forever 21, and the YWCA. By Nikko having a variety of trade skills, they are going to continue being a great asset to the MAK Electric business.
Alex Almeida is currently a senior at Greater New Bedford Regional Voc Tech in the Electrical Program and works with MAK Electric for his co-op experience. He started his career at MAK Electric in March of 2018 and his eagerness and willingness to work whenever he can shows great promise for a great electrician. With great values and dedication in the trade quality work is never a question when it comes to MAK Electric. While working at the Perkins School for the Blind and the Urgent Care Center in Fall River and Lakeville he has learned and experienced a lot. Alex looks forward to graduating and continuing to grow in his career with MAK.
"I am still a young apprentice, but I am eager to learn and I like things done well." - Alex Almeida
Dustin Cunha is a graduate from Fairhaven High School. Out of high school Dustin went to Massachusetts' Maritime Academy for Electrical Engineering. As a child he grew up working along side his father wanting to follow in his footsteps in the Electrical trade. He is new to MAK Electric and has been doing both residential and commercial work. Although Dustin has several years to go with his apprenticeship, he looks forward to the knowledge and skills he is going to acquire from his colleagues at MAK for the many years to come.
Chelsey has recently come on board and taken a role as MAK Electric's Office Manager. She has a Bachelor's Degree from UMass Dartmouth in Human Resources with a minor in Sustainability. Her experience and qualifications have a key role in keeping the company running smoothly. She handles the human resources side of business, the account payables, scheduling the employees with their day to day tasks, advertising for both work and job positions, as well as updating our followers and clients with progress photos on social media. Chelsey is also the friendly voice that answers when you call and will help in any way she can.
“MAK Electric continues to grow and expand in all areas of the electrical field. “Go big, or Go home” is how I plan to help MAK Electric’s name get on as many projects as possible. MAK Electric isn’t just company looking to grow, it is a company that takes pride in everything it does and stands for which is why I enjoy working for it.” - Chelsey Gauvin