The largest family-owned electrical-mechanical business in the Northeast!

LONGO - Over 75 years Experience

The largest family-owned electrical-mechanical business in the Northeast!

LONGO - Over 75 years Experience

Longo President receives the William P. Huber Award for Outstanding Community Leadership.

We are proud to share that, in recognition of his years of service and exceptional contributions to the community, Joseph Longo, President of Longo Electrical-Mechanical, Inc., received the William P. Huber Award for Outstanding Community Leadership at the Morris County Chamber of Commerce’s 97th Annual Meeting on February 2, 2018.

Joseph received this prestigious award for his efforts as a donor, volunteer, and board member for various philanthropic programs in the community. He currently sits on the board of the P.G. Chambers School in Cedar Knolls. Previously, he served as the president of the board for Cornerstone Family Programs (formerly Family Service of Morris County) and as a board member for the Mayo Performing Arts Center, Jersey Battered Women’s Service, Morris Habitat for Humanity, and the Morris County Chamber of Commerce.

“My father, Joseph J. Longo, was a close friend of Bill Huber,” Joseph says. “While I did not know Bill personally, Joe Sr. has fond memories of him and his genuinely good heart. He was a class act and was never too busy to contribute his time and money for the benefit of those in need. It is humbling to be mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Bill and all the past recipients of this distinguished award.”

Joseph was described at the awards ceremony by Patrice Picard, CEO of Cornerstone Family Programs, as “accessible, available, fun, good-humored, energetic, and a philanthropic role model with a passion for community leadership.” In his acceptance speech, he urged the audience to live “lives of consequence, for there is no great satisfaction than to help those in need”.