Industrial Electrical Services
Keeping an industrial facility moving smoothly and efficiently requires hard work and careful planning. When an electrical problem happens, you need an experienced team to rely on for help. Whether it’s for general repair, maintenance visits, lighting, power alterations, control panel design, three phase installation or installation of powerful equipment, United Electric provides the answers.
Facility Maintenance and Upgrades
We understand the importance of keeping a facility in operation without impeding production capacity, keeping your costs at a minimum.
United Electric is best known for managing multi-phase, multi-location projects at the same time. Once a project begins, you’ll have the same point-of-contact from when it begins to when it ends.
Labor Forecasting and Management
By sharing labor responsibility with local labor organizations United maintains an effective labor management partnership. These partnerships allow for consistency between supply and demand and provides a successful collaboration to meet any requirements of labor manpower demand.
Our experience in the industry proves that when utilized with a motivated and engaged owner, architect, construction manager or other general and specialty trades, the overall financial and scheduling success of projects are achieved.
To learn more about the electrical services we offer, call us today.
Louisville, KY 502.459.5242
Cincinnati, OH 513.542.6002
SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY
We facilitate and empower all employees to engage in the overall safety of the environments in which we operate. This facilitation and empowerment occurs through the personal engagement of employees and our corporate director of safety, Rhonda Hand. Ms. Hand designs and manages all aspects of job startup safety orientation and task specific training. All full time onsite safety representatives report directly to her and receives direct oversight and guidance from her many jobsite visits. Furthermore, she directly reviews all potential safety issues and near misses to maximize understanding and develop new training programs.