General Contracting

Insight, cross sight and foresight: That’s how we describe IEC’s dedication to fully understanding your needs, and preparing for future growth and changes in the industry.

We have a proven record of past performance with exceptional results in every phase of pre-construction, construction and closeout, with wide experience in commercial, industrial and institutional projects. Our past performance shows a history of success in contract management, construction management, labor relations coordination, customer (user) interface, change order management, and safety management. 

IEC can also self-perform most electrical sub-trade facets of construction, to provide even more value to customers. We pride ourselves on transparent and diligent documentation, rigorous quality control & testing, and effective change order management.

Electrical Upgrades – University of Kansas

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.

IEC provided electrical contracting work to upgrade the campus Central Utility Plant, the Student Union …

Repair Washed-Out Culverts

Naval Weapons Station, 628th Air Base Wing, Joint Base Charleston, Berkeley County, S.C.

IEC repaired 19 identified road locations from washouts due to storm damage. These roads service …

Pre-Construction, Construction and Closeout

Pre Construction

Estimating – Providing project estimating and a reliable, timely cost model supported by a deep database.
Design Build & Design Bid Build responses on various project requirements
Electrical Design (low, medium, high voltage)
Feasibility Studies – Analyzing life cycle costs for building systems alternatives
Scheduling – Developing a complete team schedule showing who and what goes where and when.
MEP Review – Evaluating evolving mechanical, electrical and plumbing system concepts and coordinating engineering services.
Construction Review – Determining ease and speed of the building process.
Risk Management – Controlling cost, schedule and owner objectives to mitigate risk.
Market Analysis – Understanding the unique requirements of your project in the context of market conditions and trends.
Cost Control – Providing the most efficient design and construction methods to achieve value.
Quality Control – Monitoring Methods, procedures and checks from start to finish with the goal of meeting established standards.


LEED Certification – Meeting sustainable design and construction criteria for Leadership in
Energy & Environment Design certification and recognition.
Electrical Self-Performance.
Process Monitoring – Monitoring actual versus forecasted schedule/budget
Scheduling – Developing a complete team schedule showing who and what goes where and when.
Change Order Management – Limiting need for revisions.
Quality Control and Testing – Validation of actual to specifications.
Labor Relations – Pro-active resolution of potential issues.


Commissioning – Ensuring that building systems are designed, installed and activated according to owner’s operational needs.
Lien Releases – Severing of contractual ties to vendors.
O&M Manuals – Development of operations and maintenance instructions.
Change Order Management – Limiting need for revisions.
Final Closeout – Completion of punch listed items.

Additional services

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    Electrical Commissioning