Quality Electrical Installations
K&W Electric, Inc. has the right equipment, expertise, attention to safety, training, and relationships to get the job done right
—and done right the first time.
Our equipment arsenal gives us the flexibility to compete across varying industries. We are able to dig, reach, pull, bend, test and haul on any project we are working. (Click here for a list of available equipment)
We are a multifaceted workforce which allows our footprint to extend across the state of Iowa. Our projects start with the expertise of our project managers, and filters through to the electricians and teams that take on the day-to-day opportunities that the industry brings with it.
Safety is a consistent theme driven by our on-site Safety Director. Our safety director invokes safe practices through regular jobsite visits, communicates updates with Toolbox Talks, and educates with continued training. Safety does not happen by chance, and it is key to our business.
[ˈtrāniNG] teaching or developing oneself or others, any skills and knowledge to improve one's capabilities, capacities, productivity or performance - training is at the core of our success. Our success is evident in the quality of work that we do, and that success is driven by the continuation of our learning, as we advance alongside today's evolving technology.
We at K&W Electric, Inc. strive through building relationships. We have over 100 employees that are directly involved in the everyday facets of our business. It is their hard work and ideas that shape our culture, and it is also what reflects in our customer service and satisfaction. Our customer service and satisfaction are what fosters our growth and sustainability. Together, we define our business.
Cedar Falls Staff
Rich Muller, President
Brian DeVries, Vice President/Lead Estimator/Project Manager
Kevin Martin, Vice President/Estimator/Project Manager
Jeremy Brandt, Vice President/Estimator/Project Manager
Chris Krull, Estimator/Design Build/Project Manager
Larry Pennington, Jr., Project Manager
Scott Neblung, Safety Manager
Our electricians are required to complete a four-year apprenticeship program prior to receiving a journeyman electrician license. Apprentices obtain on-the-job training in addition to attending classes and online exercises through Associated Builders and Contractors Apprenticeship & Training Trust. If you’re interested in an apprenticeship, contact us.
We’re proud to be part of the following associations: Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.; The Associated Contractors of America; and the Master Builders of Iowa.