NECA Contractors Dominate Annual Ranking of STL’s Largest Electrical Contractors

By on October 10, 2017

The strength of St. Louis National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA) members is again on display in the annual ranking of the largest electrical contractors by the St. Louis Business Journal.   Eighteen of the 22 electrical contractors ranked are NECA contractors and members of the Electrical Connection – the partnership of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 and NECA.

The rankings are by gross billings in 2016 and can be found at this link: https://www.bizjournals.com/stlouis/subscriber-only/2017/09/29/st-louis-largest-electrical-contractors.html

Among the St. Louis NECA electrical contractors on the September 29, 2017 listing and their revenues are:

Sachs Electric  $233.3 million
J.F. Electric Inc.  $207 million
Guarantee Electrical Co.  $157.37 million
PayneCrest Electric Inc.  $120 million
Kaiser Electric  $40.5 million
Aschinger Electric Co.  $39.8 million
Kaemmerlen Electric  $34.43 million
TSI Global Cos., LLC  $31 million
K&F Electric Inc., a Zak Co.  $29.81 million
Bell Electrical Contractors Inc.  $27 million
TD4 Electrical and Communications LLC  $24.08 million
Schneider Electric of St. Louis LLC  $24.06 million
Schaeffer Electric Co. Inc.  $21 million
RJP Electric LLC  $20.61 million
Pyramid Electrical Contractors  $19.7 million
Kay Bee Electric  $18 million
M.R. Bathe Electric $11.2 million
 J. Bathe Electric  $5.64 million

NECA members in the rankings include minority contractors.  The industries served by the NECA contactors on the list span residential and commercial, including healthcare, power, industrial, retail, multifamily, renewable energy, institutional, R&D, data centers, schools and more.

St. Louis NECA contractors partner with IBEW to form the Electrical Connection, providing safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.

 

 

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