Johnson Electric Company

About

Johnson Electric Company Inc. is a major, full-service electrical contractor located in Greenville, South Carolina. We currently operate in the Upstate of South Carolina. Since 1965 we have successfully competed in the commercial, industrial, institutional and educational markets. Our ability to consistently execute work in these four markets has enhanced our development, stability, and growth.

Whether the project is design-build or public bid, we take an aggressive approach. We realize our ability to complete our scope of work directly affects not only other trades but the on schedule completion of each project. This conscientious effort has led to many repeat customers and continues to enable us to develop professional relationships with general contractors, architects, engineers, suppliers, and developers. Our strength is consistently responding to the needs of our customers with innovative, cost-effective solutions.

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Construction Foremen

Our Foremen make up hundreds of years of combined experience in various areas of electrical work, many spent with Johnson Electric. These diligent professionals consistently strive for perfection on every project. They and their crews are proactive in seeking ways to avoid potential conflicts with other trades. They work closely with the project managers and design teams to keep projects moving to maintain the construction schedule. Their knowledge, experience and work ethic are key ingredients to the success of our company.

Heavy Equipment/Underground Crew

Our Heavy Equipment/Underground Crew installs underground raceways, duct banks, manholes/handholes and large gauge wire and conduits associated with our scope of work. Other duties include complete installation of site and athletic field lighting and installation of heavy equipment such as distribution panels, transformers, switchgear, and emergency generators. Equipped to handle any situation, this crew is essential on projects where time is of concern such as emergency power outages or industrial plant shutdowns.