Chesapeake Electrical Systems

9381 Davis Avenue, Laurel, MD 20723-1956Phone 301.206.5020Fax 301.206.5021

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Executives & Senior Management


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J.P. (Joey) Tominovich, Jr. - President & CEO)

Mr. Tominovich Co-Founded Chesapeake Electrical Systems, Inc. (CES) in 1993 after 16 years in the Electrical industry. He started out as an apprentice electrician with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in 1977 and graduated as a journeyman electrician in 1982. For the next 11 years, he worked his way up through the industry as a Journeyman Electrician, Electrical Foreman, Estimator, Project Manager and General Manager for a Washington, DC based Electrical Contractor before founding CES.

In 2002, Mr. Tominovich purchased the outstanding stock in the company to become the 100% sole owner of CES. Mr. Tominovich has overseen the growth of CES from a 20 employee company to the 100+ employee company that it is today. During the 12 years Mr. Tominovich has been at the helm, CES has performed as an electrical contractor on many projects throughout the Washington/Baltimore region including the M & T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, the Washington DC Convention Center, the NFL Players Association Headquarters, Washington Dulles International Airport, Ronald Reagan National Airport, Thurgood Marshall BWI Airport and numerous commercial office projects throughout the region.

Mr. Tominovich currently holds a Master Electrician License in the State of West Virginia and presently sits on a number of committees and boards for both the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).


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Mike Young – General Manager – Service Group

Mr. Young joined CES in 2014 with 32 years in the Electrical Industry. As a Service Operations Manager since 2004, he has been responsible for Service and Special Projects ranging from one-hour service calls to multi-million dollar contracts.

Mr. Young began with IBEW Local 26 in 1982 in the “R” Trainee Program and joined the Apprenticeship Program in 1986. After his graduation in 1990, he spent the next 5 years working as a Foreman and a Service Truck Mechanic in the DC Metro area. In 1996, Mr. Young became a Service Manager, overseeing manpower of a variety of sites, submitting project estimates and coordinating daily service calls. Mr. Young specializes in disaster recovery and has worked on such projects as the restoration of power to the VA Hospital in Manhattan in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the emergency response at the Washington Harbor in Georgetown, Washington D.C. after flooding from the Potomac River and restoring power to the Eastern Market, Washington D.C. after fire damage. Mr. Young is a licensed Journeyman in the District of Columbia and Virginia.

DeMatha Catholic High School

DeMatha Catholic High School

Hyattsville, Maryland

The DeMatha High School project consists of the major, multi-year construction of a three-floor, 72,000-square-foot convocation center. The new center houses five classrooms, the school's athletic offices, gymnasium, weight and wrestling rooms, locker rooms, the school store, snack bar and alumni center.

Plaza East, Western Fairfax County, Virginia

Plaza East

Fairfax County, Virginia

CES served as the electrical subcontractor to the James G. Davis Construction Corp. on this project, which is located just five miles south of Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. Plaza East, located in the Westfields Corporate Center in Fairfax County, boasts open column free interiors and park-like settings, complete with tree lined walkways and jogging paths.