Who are Industrial Electricians?

Industrial electricians are trained personnel who test, troubleshoot, install and repair electrical components and systems in an industrial plant or worksite. Electricians also need to read and interpret blueprints and must remain current on electrical code specifications for the area.


Lee Contracting has a full staff of industrial electricians who install and troubleshoot the electrical systems for our customers. Our electrical staff is complete with master electricians who can provide services ranging from routine plant maintenance all the way up to major electrical renovations. Our industry-leading modern equipment keeps our employees on the job instead of in the repair shop. Our key advantage is keeping a large electrical supply in-house for a quicker job turnaround and emergency service response.


Our highly-skilled staff of electricians are trained in:

  • Installation of standby generators: backup lighting panels, UPS systems, and whole service backup power
  • Emergency generator services: 24/7, 365 days a year
  • Design and installation of primary power
  • 24/7, 365 days a year emergency repair to get your shop back up and running, minimizing your downtime
  • Control wiring specialist: from wiring upgrades to complete machine rewire
  • Complete industrial installation: electrical design, motor controls and transformers
  • Power quality monitoring: monitoring equipment to help determine and repair power quality issues.
  • Infrared imaging: determine predictive maintenance
  • Complete commercial and industrial lighting installation


Learn more about our electrical department by visiting our website.

Or call us today to request a free quote on your next industrial electrical project, 888.833.8776.


5 Reasons You May Need a Generator

Electricity powers almost everything in the modern world including computers, lights, and the HVAC system in your facility. When the power goes out, every minute without power is lost money. Lee Contracting can minimize your downtime with our rental generator fleet or with the installation of a permanent transfer switch. Sometimes you will know when you will need generator power, and other times you will be surprised with a power outage. Below are five scenarios in which you may need generator power.


Every now and then the power between the municipal source and your facility may be affected. Maybe a line blew down in a storm or an old tree branch fell on the line. These types of scenarios are unforeseeable and uncontrollable. Having a backup generator will help to minimize your facility’s downtime.



Sometimes, during certain times of year, you may require more power than usual. When this happens, a standby generator can help to boost your power supply and provide the extra electricity needed for your processes or events.


If your facility is in an area that has rolling black or brownouts, a backup generator could help you to survive these downtimes without sacrificing production during these temporary power outages.



Your company’s internal substation and electrical equipment needs maintenance and upgrades like any other piece of equipment. If you can’t afford to shut down during repair times a temporary power solution is the perfect answer. When your substation is down for repairs, a rental generator can keep your business up and running.


The above reasons are just some of the most common reasons as to why you might need a rental generator. The last thing your business needs is to find itself in the dark, losing money without a plan. Make sure you know where and how to get an emergency rental generator before an emergency occurs.

Lee Contracting’s emergency generator service is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Our crews respond to your emergency fast and many times we can have your facility back up and running within 3 hours. Call us today for a free quote on the installation of a permanent transfer switch for your facility, 888.833.8776.


Being Prepared for Unexpected Power Outages

March’s windstorm reminded everyone that power outages can happen when you least expect it. Chances are your home or business were part of the more than 800,000 people who were affected by the windstorm. Power outages often mean lost production time which results in lost revenue for your business. With Lee Contracting just a phone call away you don’t have to worry about unexpected downtime again.


Lee Contracting can help you prevent unexpected downtime through the installation of a manual power switch. This switch is a permanent generator hook-up which allows for reduced generator set-up time and a cost savings for your company. We handle every aspect of the installation process, from the electrical hook ups to the installation of a concrete slab on which the generator sits.


We also have generators ready for you to rent. With up to 2075kW of generator capacity available, we have the ability to power all of your systems. We also have two generators which can run in tandem, creating a 1000kW generator.


Lee Contracting’s teams also provide preventative maintenance for generators you may already have installed at your facility. emergency power
We can ensure they are in prime working condition through regular oil changes, oil filter and air filter changes, battery inspection and fuel quality tests. These tests and preventative maintenance are essential for knowing your generator won’t fail you when you fire it up during a power outage.


No matter the cause of lost power, whether it’s due to a blown transformer, weather or a car accident, Lee Contracting’s services are available 24-hours-a-day, 7-days a week to support you.