Arizona Ranking: Top 10 Electrical Contractors for 2021
Here are Arizona’s Top 10 Electrical Contractors, based on the public vote for the 2021 Arizona Ranking, the state’s largest and most comprehensive opinion poll. Arizona’s ranking is based purely on opinion and ranks businesses based on how voters answer this simple question: Who would you recommend doing business with?
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Here are Arizona’s top 10 electrical contractors, as featured in the 2021 Arizona Ranking:
Staff of 136 or more
1. Wilson Electrical Services
Background: Wilson Electric is an employee-owned electrical contractor passionate about results. As one of the Southwest’s largest electrical contractors, the company has served Arizona since 1968 and has built a solid reputation for safety, customer service and reliability. With one of the largest, most tenured, and most skilled workforces in the state, the company has had the honor of building some of Arizona’s most remarkable projects. Several recent projects include ASU ISTB7, Phoenix Sky Train Stage 2, Northrop Grumman Launch Vehicle Division HQ, Talking Stick Resort Arena Renovation, University of Arizona Student Success District, Amazon, Sahuarita Hospital, Southwest Airlines Operations Hanger and Lucid Motors manufacturing plant.
2. Canyon State Electric Co.
4. Cannon & Wendt Electric Co.
5. Electric Corbin
6. Rosendin Ãlectrique Inc.
7. Delta Diversified Companies
8. Sturgeon Electric Company
9. Electric Kearney
10. Electric AME
Employees of 135 or less
1. Switch Electric Inc.
Background: Switch Electric Inc. was founded in Arizona in October 2017, by electricians and executives who together share over 100 years of industry experience and have grown together professionally, working together on several critical projects before moving on. embark on a new journey. By deciding to create a company with a unique diversity and culture that will appreciate the commitment and hard work of every employee, the partners have taken the business to the next level, from a start-up to a sub-company. – multi-million dollar electricity treatment.