Averill Electric has a proud history of providing electrical construction for over 25 years. We are a member contractor of IBEW Local 103. Our team consists of many hard working individuals with a passion for the construction industry.
Everything we do, we believe in challenging the status quo. The construction process is inherently inefficient and complex.
We believe there is a better way.
The way we challenge the status quo is by implementing a unique, fluid management of resources and information, by changing the construction process to a streamlined project-specific manufacturing process, and by converting a complex operation to a simple installation technique.
We are innovating the industry. And we happen to be great electrical contractors.
The typical construction project is rampant with inefficiencies, delays and design flaws. Our goal is to meet this challenge head on to improve the building experience for our clients. When we improve the construction process, we inherently improve the lives of our clients, vendors, subcontractors, our employees, and the community by providing more value and better quality products and services.
We believe there’s a better way to manage and build a construction project. We believe that when we focus and control the small details it makes a massive impact on the outcome of our clients’ projects. Our unique approach is focused on how we can do things differently on a project-by-project basis. Each project presents a different challenge and needs to be approached in its own unique way.
Averill Electric employees are trained in the most up-to-date technologies.
Our expertise covers a wide range of fields. We perform electrical installations for private, commercial and industrial clients, including the installation of energy-efficient lighting technology and cable bus systems.
It is an unfortunate fact that the construction business can often be slow-moving, overly complex, and immensely inefficient. As anyone who works in these trades can attest, a typical day of work can be fraught with miscommunication and misallocation of resources.
On a conventional, by-the-numbers construction site, raw materials are brought to the location of a project and then field measured, modified, cut, and altered to the exact project requirements and installed in a sequential manner, eventually amounting to a finished product.
Since the spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted major changes in how business is conducted across all trades and professions in the United States, and the construction industry is no exception. In Massachusetts, the state government has released an official set of rules and procedures to be observed by every firm still engaged in construction of any kind.