LEXINGTON, Ky. (September 19, 2017) – Amteck LLC announced the acquisition of the assets and the ongoing operations of Consolidated Electrical Contractors & Engineers Inc. (CECE), one of the Southeast’s strongest electrical contractors with over 30 years of experience in design/build and construction. CECE is headquartered in Dothan, Alabama.
With this acquisition, Amteck gains a polished team plus a network of experts with proven experience already located throughout the southeast. The addition also includes CECE’s professional contacts and expands Amteck’s reach throughout the region.
“To meet market demands, we aimed for a stronger presence in the southeast,” said Amteck's Chief Executive Officer Daren Turner. “It only made sense to add CECE to the Amteck family due to our positive pre-existing professional relationship with the company, their upstanding reputation in the construction world, and its strategic placement.”
CECE has held an office in southern Alabama since 1983: building strong working relationships with a list of general contractors and owners. The company’s work involves a variety of electrical construction projects, including: United States military training facilities; federal prisons; industrial mineral processing plants; condos over 20 floors; amphitheaters and entertainment facilities; recreation centers and water parks; medical center additions and an array of design build and service contracts.
“We are extremely proud to be a part of the Amteck family. Their work and reputation have always been exemplary especially in safety, quality and customer satisfaction,” CECE President Terry L. Wallace said. “With Amteck’s resources and our strategic placement, we both stand to prosper.”
This is not Amteck’s first acquisition of 2017. Recently they added PGI, a South Carolina based electrical contractor with over 40 years of experience working in automation process systems, instrumentation and controls. In 2015 Amteck added Huntington & Guerry Electrical Co. an electrical contractor that opened its doors over 100 years ago.
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