Heath Mosco graduated from the OSUIT Electrical Construction program in 2000. During the first few years after graduation, he gained experience on large commercial and industrial projects. The type of projects included hospitals, power plants, arenas, supers centers, mega churches, paper plants and similar projects. After laying a strong foundation, he began doing electrical service work in residential, commercial and industrial. While doing service work, he also managed many commercial projects and wired many custom and spec houses. He has been teaching in the School of Engineering & Construction Technologies at OSUIT since 2015, specializing in electrical wiring.
Val Peterson has been an electrical faculty member since 2017. Peterson has 35 years of electrical experience and is a licensed electrical contractor in Oklahoma and Illinois. He has been a general contractor/electrical contractor for 15 years, working on projects at airports, data centers, high rises, medical facilities, fuel depots, natural gas compressors/storages, BMS, single and family dwellings. He started working for his grandpa when he was eight years old as a laborer/carpenter helper. During high school, he set forms and poured concrete foundations. After high school graduation, he worked as a lumberjack.
Peterson is a US Marine Corps Veteran. He served four years of active duty and two years reserve duty. He attended aviation ground support electrician/electrical technician school at NAS Memphis. He supported helicopter squadrons at Camp Pendleton, California. He is an active member of the Marine Corps League and the American Legion.