---Spurs Call to Action for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month During EMCOR’s 10th Annual “Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today” Campaign---

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COLLEGE POINT, NEW YORK – October 1, 2018 –– Welsbach Electric Corp. proudly announces that 200 of its construction workers at various job sites throughout the state and beyond are wearing EMCOR Pink Hard Hats in October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, spurring a call to action for breast cancer screening and awareness as part of EMCOR's 10th Annual "Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today." campaign. Welsbach Electric employees will be seen by scores of people as they work at a host of client locations ranging from commercial and transportation, to industrial facilities.

A market leader in outdoor electrical construction, Welsbach Electric Corp. is a subsidiary of EMCOR Group, Inc. (NYSE: EME), a Fortune 500® leader in mechanical and electrical construction, industrial and energy infrastructure, and building services for a diverse range of businesses.

Throughout October thousands of employees at 55+ EMCOR’s subsidiaries across the U.S. are wearing EMCOR Pink Hard Hats at hundreds of work sites such as hospitals, infrastructure projects, shopping malls, manufacturing facilities, and oil refineries.

Millions more people will be reached nationally in October as EMCOR’s U.S. fleet of 6,000+ service vehicles display Pink Hard Hat posters with the “Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today.” campaign message.

“This is EMCOR’s 10th consecutive year of spearheading the national Pink Hard Hat initiative. Over the years people have come forward to say they believe this unique way of raising awareness of the importance of breast cancer screening has had a positive impact on their own lives or that of a loved one,” stated Timothy Miller, President & CEO, Welsbach Electric Corp. “Many of our employees wear hard hats on a daily basis for personal protection, and we’re proud of their commitment to wear an EMCOR/Welsbach Electric Pink Hard Hat in October to raise awareness of breast cancer and remind women and men to get screened.”