We can compete on any project that is design/build, plan and spec, and also those that are seeking LEED certification. Project sizes typically range from $25,000 – $5 million in electrical scope.
Laketown Electric Corporation
- State of Minnesota, 1975 founded by David Bergmann.
Electrical Work Force
We are proud to be a merit-shop contractor where our employees choose to have no union labor affiliation. Our employees average 10+ years of tenure with our company. We currently employ 55+full-time employees. Annual sales will be approximately $14 million dollars in 2017.
LEC has large single job and aggregate bonding limits to back up our work on jobs as needed per our contractors and owners requests. We can bond single projects up to $9 million dollars in electrical scope.
LEC is a MN OSHA Level II partner for a commitment to safe and clean jobsites as well as a commitment to an accident free culture. We currently have a very low mod rate of .76, which is one of the best in the industry. LEC is also a STEP Diamond recipient which is the highest honor of safety accreditation by the Associated Builders and Contractors.
LEC prides itself on the strength of our balance sheets and income statements over the last 42 years. We have a large credit line and are always current with all of our suppliers.
State of Minnesota
- Class A Electrical Contractor’s License #EA-001064
- Class A Master Electricians License – Andy Kerber
- LEED Accredited Professional – Chris Bergmann
- Professional Electrical Engineer State of Minnesota – Chris Bergmann
State of Iowa
- Class A Electrical Contractor’s License EL-0023657
- Class A Master Electricians License # Andy Kerber
Laketown Electric was the state of Minnesota’s first Accredited Quality Contractor in the state as recognized by the Associated Builders and Contractors. This designation publicly honors construction firms that have documented their commitment in five key areas of corporate responsibility:
- Safety (STEP Gold, Platinum or Diamond Level Required)
- Employee Benefits
- Community Relations