Electrical Construction Projects Are Evolving & So Should Your Contractor

Electrical contracting, like other facets of modern construction, is a constantly changing industry. That being said, the contractor you use for the electrical construction aspect of your project should be knowledgeable of these changes and skilled in the most up-to-date techniques.

Electrical contracting provides light, power, and communications to buildings and communities across the U.S. It is an industry valued in this country at more than $130 billion annually and comprised of more than 70,000 firms employing more than 65,000 electrical workers.

In Central Arkansas, Gary Houston Electric Company (GHEC) provides a shining example of one of these firms. While we also provide residential electrical services, GHEC has established a sterling reputation among the hundreds of commercial clients we’ve done business with over the past 35 years. This includes residential new construction.

Our company’s licensed electricians have the skills required in this evolving field.

1 Electrical construction performed in the residential sector improves our lives through electrical enhancements that have become standard in new construction projects. Homes are now built to incorporate accent lighting, security and entertainment systems, kitchen appliances, and various other electrical and electronic devices that former generations never even imagined.

2 Today’s residential construction project requires an electrical contracting professional that can coordinate and integrate all of these intricate systems – many of which are no longer considered luxuries, but features we’ve come to expect.

3 Commercial and industrial construction includes large buildings like schools, hospitals, office buildings, retail stories, warehouses, and factories. GHEC has vast expertise with projects such as these as well.

4 Green solutions are being incorporated into more and more construction projects. We have our Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification through the U.S. Green Building Council. There are lots of ways to reduce waste that can be incorporated into buildings, such as electrical systems that automatically adjust lighting and environmental controls as needed to reduce operating and maintenance costs.

GHEC has the skills, professionalism, and great customer service to make your next project a success. Call us today at 501-375-8330, or contact us here for more information.