Ranking Arizona: Top 10 subcontractors for 2019

Above: Wilson Electric Services Corp. recently announced that the company’s ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) has purchased the balance of the company shares, making it 100 percent employee-owned. Real Estate | 14 Jun |

Here are the Top 10 subcontractors in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer this simple question: with whom would you recommend doing business?

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Here are the Top 10 subcontractors in Arizona, as featured in the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona:

Electrical contractors (staff of 125 or more)

1. Wilson Electric Services

Background: Wilson Electric is one of Arizona’s largest full-service electrical contractors. With a passion for results, the company has a long history of using innovation to make it work better, faster and more efficient, never compromising on safety or quality. Wilson Electric has served clients throughout the Southwest for more than 50 years and has had the honor of building some of Arizona’s most notable projects. The company’s success is a testament to its amazing employee-owners who are passionate about what they do and incredible customers who demand high standards and attention to detail.  Employee-owners are the heart and soul of the company.

2. Canyon State Electric Co.

3. DP Electric

4. Cannon & Wendt Electric Co.

5. Rosendin Electric Inc.

6. K2 Electric

7. A.M.E. Electrical

8. Delta Diversified Enterprises

9. Corbins Electric

10. Sturgeon Electric Company

Electrical contractors (staff of 124 or fewer)

1. Spectra Electrical Services

Background: Spectra Electrical Services is a full-service electrical contractor serving the Arizona construction industry since 2001. Specializing in all facets of commercial, industrial, facilities and service project types, Spectra Electrical Services has participated in the construction of and/or servicing of many notable, unique, challenging and always rewarding projects throughout the State of Arizona. Representative projects include ASU Taylor Place Student Housing, University of Arizona Honors College and student housing, and Carl T. Hayden High School. Spectra Electrical Services also considers itself fortunate to work with many of the state, county and city governments through its 28 job-order-contracts, as well as many of the premier facilities throughout the State of Arizona through master agreements.

2. RMJ Electrical Contractors Inc.

3. JFK Electrical Contracting Enterprises

4. Kortman Electric

5. K & F Electric

6. A.C. Desert Electric

7. Bergelectric Corp.

8. Phoenix Commercial Electric

9. Kuhl’s Electric & Service

10. Cascade Electric Inc.

Mechanical contractors (staff of 109 or more)

1. Bel-Aire Mechanical Inc.

Background: Bel-Aire Mechanical is the largest locally owned mechanical contractor in the State of Arizona. Bel-Aire Mechanical believes in delivering the best services possible, before, during and after a project is completed. Bel-Aire Mechanical approaches every job opportunity with the goal of establishing a 20- to 30-year relationship with the client. James Dinan, as president and CEO, has been providing passion and leadership since 1986. As a full-service mechanical contractor, Bel-Aire Mechanical performs all phases of HVAC, sheet metal, plumbing, pipe fitting, process piping, welding, industrial and commercial service, repair and maintenance. Bel-Aire Mechanical is one of the last remaining contractors to maintain on-site manufacturing and shop fabrication capabilities for all of its disciplines.

2. Midstate Mechanical Inc.

3. IMCOR – Interstate Mechanical Corporation

4. TDIndustries Inc.

5. W.D. Manor Mechanical Contractors

6. HACI Mechanical Contractors

7. RKS Plumbing & Mechanical

8. Goettl Air Conditioning

9. University Mechanical & Engineering Contractors

Mechanical contractors (staff of 108 or fewer)

1. Metal Masters Mechanical

Background: Metal Masters Mechanical was established in 2009 and the owners are the third generation operating their family business, with the fourth generation joining the business in 2013. After developing and managing a mechanical contracting company in Phoenix with her father, Vincent Faraci, Sally Rochotte and her husband, Matt, founded Metal Masters. Since 2009, Metal Masters has branched into other related fields to offer a more diverse variety of services, including dust collection and general contracting in addition to its core of HVAC and fabrication. Metal Masters is the Donaldson authorized dealer and service center in Arizona and New Mexico.

2. Spectrum Mechanical & Service Contractors

3. TCK Air Conditioning and Heating Inc.

4. Marlin Mechanical Corporation

5. Weather Masters Inc.

6. Commercial Air, Inc.

7. R.T. Brown Mechanical

8. Northern Arizona Refrigeration

9. Niemeyer Bros. Plumbing

10. Ryan Mechanical Company

Masonry

1. Sun Valley Concrete | Masonry | Stone Systems

Background: Sun Valley (SV) was founded by Robert Baum and Ken Nessler in 1978. The founders instilled the principles of integrity and quality into what has become one of America’s largest and most respected masonry/concrete contractors. SV is consistently ranked in the Top 600 Specialty Contractors List published by Engineering News Record. SV was recognized as the 2016 Top Specialty Contractor by SW ENR Magazine. SV has successfully completed projects throughout Arizona, as well as New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

2. Re-Create Companies

3. G & G Enterprises

4. Denny Clark Masonry & Concrete

5. CJS Enterprises

6. Integrated Masonry

7. Diversified Builder Supply Inc.

8. Fyffe Masonry

9. Stone Cold Masonry

10. Curran Masonry Corp.

Landscape contractors

1. Grounds Control

Background: Grounds Control was first established in 1974 under the name of Terrain Systems, Inc. Over the next 42 years, the company went through a few ownership and name changes. In 2016, Todd Huston, an employee of the company for 28 years, and his wife, Kellie Huston, were offered the opportunity to purchase the company. With his purchase came an incredible staff with more than 200 years of construction management experience.

2. Agave Environmental Contracting Inc.

3. Service Direct Landscape

4. Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management

5. Gothic Landscape

6. AME Landscape Companies

7. SiteWorks

8. AAA Landscape

9. DHM Landscaping

10. Desert Classic Landscaping

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