About IEC

“Anything worth doing is worth over-doing.”

This axiom emphasizes IEC’s way of conducting business. Infinite Energy Construction. Founded in 1996, IEC specializes in electrical contracting and general contracting for commercial companies as well as government entities, which demand a strict adherence to schedule and the highest-caliber work. Through work with clients such as the U.S. Armed Forces, the Federal Aviation Administration and the General Services Administration, IEC brings this same “military spec” quality and commitment to excellence to all of our commercial clients here at home.

Through our extensive experience in electrical work, IEC is an efficient and effective subcontractor because we understand the scope of the project from the general contractor’s perspective. We’re capable of delivering complete solutions – including electrical engineering, project management and construction – through a focus on performance, safety and understanding of our clients’ mission and needs.

Higher performance, higher standards—it’s more than a tagline, it’s the visible commitment to excellence you’ll see from every IEC expert and in each project we complete.

Our Mission

To build to a higher standard through a focus on performance, safety and understanding our clients’ mission and needs.

Our Values

  • We are customer-centric

    We must identify the customer’s needs and strive to exceed them by establishing partnerships and never forgetting that our purpose is to perform for the customer.

  • We value people over profits

    We must make business decisions that reflect our value of our people, clients, and community by prioritizing safety, well-being, and integrity over short-term gain.

  • We will communicate

    We will communicate regularly with our clients and amongst ourselves to align on goals, concerns, and to proactively overcome challenges together.

  • We will adapt

    We will embrace change as part of our customers needs and our busienss model and respond with solutions and positivity.

Awards

2019: KC’s Top Privately Held Companies – KC Business Journal

2018: NexGen Leader (Nilson Goes Jr.) – Kansas City Buisness Journal

2017: 40 Under Forty (Nilson Goes Jr.) – Ingram’s Magazine

2016: Fastest Growing Companies in Kansas City – Ingram’s Magazine

2015: Top Ten Small Businesses – Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce

2014: Missouri’s Small Business Person of the Year – Small Business Administration

2014: Missouri’s Small Business Person of the Year – Small Business Administration

2012: #10 Minority-Owned Business in Kansas City – Ingram’s Magazine

2012: Cornerstone Award / Small Business of the Year – Kansas City Area Development Council

2011: Jesse F. Flores Business of the Year – Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City

2012: Small Business of the Year – Kansas City Chamber of Commerce