Construction

Safety. Quality. Production. Efficiency.
Plan the work and work the plan. These are the bedrocks of Beckstrom Electric’s construction operations.

Starting with a project manager led estimating process, procedures for handoff, kick off, planning, communications, change orders and closeouts ensure that our projects are delivered with consistent success.

We understand that the electrical scope of work is always on the critical path. Our depth of field talent ensures we can staff the project with the correct resources to push the project to completion. Our goal is to exceed expectations for safety awareness and compliance so we can work on your highest visibility projects and you will have the confidence you need to deliver results.

Safety

SafetyCompany policy requires that all personnel adhere to a 100% eye protection policy. Safety vests are worn during all site work operations and when equipment are present. Our goal is to plan safety into our work and in doing so protect the most important resource we have – people. This keeps our costs lower and our production higher. The customer will never have to worry if Beckstrom Electric employees are working safely.

Quality

QualityQuality starts with skilled tradesmen committed to understanding the project requirements. Quality is achieved through training, inspection and oversight, which results in work being performed correctly the first time. Our commitment to quality means the project stays on schedule. If we do need to correct items, we always make it right.

Planning

PlanningThe key to success is planning our work and communicating the plan to others. This means collaborating with the project team regarding the overall project schedule and critical milestones. Our foremen convert those plans to realistic short interval goals by completing two-week look-aheads and discussing with our Project Managers.

Orbital Sciences

New construction of 2-story office building including interior build-out

Clarke County High School

New construction of 160,000 square foot building on 56 acre property.