Construction Electrical Services | Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air

Dixie’s licensed and highly trained electricians are ready to go to work on your next construction project. Before you choose your subcontractor, check out Dixie’s history of satisfied builders we have worked with. These are just a few of our recent electrical construction projects:

  • Alabama Shakespeare Theatre
  • Park Crossing High School
  • Hope Hull Restoration
  • The Shoppes at EastChase
  • Legends Hotel Reno
  • Auburn University Volleyball Arena
  • RSA Grand National Hotel
  • FA System Renovations

It doesn’t matter if it’s a huge industrial plant or warehouse, a retail shopping center, or a tenant fit-out within a larger project, Dixie offers a full range of electrical services:

  • Variable Frequency Drives
  • Customer-Owned Metering
  • Uninterruptible Power Supply
  • FLA Battery Maintenance & VRLA Battery Maintenance
  • Electrical Panel Upgrades
  • LED Lighting
  • Add Plugs, Switches or Lights
  • Light Bulb & Ballast Replacement & Recycling
  • Landscape, Security & Parking Lot Lighting
  • Maintenance Programs
  • Whole System Surge Protection
  • Lightning Protection
  • Buss Duct
  • CCTV
  • Data/Telephone/Backbone/Fiber
  • Thermography
  • Switchgear
  • Motor Control Centers
  • Distribution Panels
  • Draw Out Breakers
  • Molded Case Breakers
  • Motor Starters
  • Engineering Services
  • Transformers/Capacitors
  • Lighting Contactors
  • Fire Alarm
  • Access Control/Security
  • Cables/Wire/Terminations
  • Automatic Transfer Switches
  • Emergency Generators

In the rare instance you need a service we can’t provide, depend on Dixie to find a company who can. We want to make sure you get what you need. Our goal is to make you happy so you will call us again next time.

No construction project can go forward without attention to the bottom line. Dixie utilizes the principles of lean electrical construction. Lean is a mindset to allow input from all team members to improve efficiency. From top to bottom, everyone is empowered to share their ideas for continuous improvement.

Here are some examples of what it means for your construction project:

  • Standardize critical tasks to eliminate mistakes & adjustments
  • Coordinate with other subcontractors early and often to streamline process
  • Closely manage manpower & equipment for improved safety & coordination
  • Use “just-in-time” material procurement to minimize overages & shortages
  • Save time & money by using prefabrication when possible

When you are choosing an electrical company for your next construction, make it a company known for completing projects on time and on budget. No one does it better than Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air.