PORTLAND, Ore.-- Microfield Group, Inc. ("Microfield") announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Christenson Velagio, Inc., ("CVI") has received two high-profile contracts to start the new year of 2005. The first contract, valued at approximately $500,000, is to provide a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) inventory and management tracking system, voice/data cabling, communication pathways, CCTV and access control systems to Safeway's new perishable dock and produce warehouse at their regional distribution center. The second contract has a value of approximately $125,000 and provides for a multi-phased lighting upgrade project for Portland General Electric at the World Trade Center Complex in downtown Portland, Oregon. Both projects are expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2005.
A. Mark Walter, President of CVI, said, "We are excited to start the 2005 New Year with the opportunity to provide traditional, as well as leading-edge services for both of these valued, high-profile clients. These contracts are a direct result of our company's renewed commitment to a broad, proactive marketing effort, expanded product and service offerings, and the value of building long-term, successful business relationships with our customers. We are committed to continuing this positive momentum throughout the New Year and beyond."