Jesse B. Colley
Jesse Colley was selected as President of C and C Power Line, Inc. in January 2014. Jesse joined C & C in 2000 as Vice President, a position he served for thirteen years. Prior to joining C & C, Jesse held various positions from Division Manager, Vice President and President at Olson Electric Company, Inc. from 1974 to 2000. Jesse Colley is a graduate of the University of Florida, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree. Jesse also has postgraduate studies from the University of Texas and University of North Florida and is a licensed electrical contractor in the states of Alabama and Florida.
Jesse has been very involved in the electrical construction industry for many years and currently serves as a board member and the Governor of the Southeast Line Constructors Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association. Jesse has previously been a Board Member, Vice Chairman, and Chairman for the Electrical Contractor Licensing Board of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation in the State of Florida. Jesse has also been a Board Member and Governor of the Central Florida Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association. Furthermore, Jesse has served as a Committee Member for the Southeastern Line Constructors Apprenticeship & Training and has served as a Member of the National Electrical Contractors Association Political Action National Committee.
Michael “Rick” E. Sprenger
Michael (Rick) Sprenger was appointed Vice President in 2006. Prior to joining C and C Power Line in 1998, Rick served as a project manager for Olson Electric Company from 1985 to 1998. Rick estimated and managed major transmission, distribution, substation, manhole and duct bank, fiber optic, and telecommunication projects. Rick completed NECA estimating school in 1991. Rick is an IBEW member and has completed the IBEW code of excellence course. In addition, Rick has served as a member of the Southeast Line Constructors Apprenticeship & Training Florida Sub-Committee, and is currently a Board of Trustee Member of the Southeast Line Constructors Apprentice & Training Program. Rick is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps serving from 1980 to 1984 and was honorably discharged.