Our construction team does it all.  

Capital Electric’s construction services encompass the entire range of interior and exterior electrical projects, including high- and low-voltage, testing and maintenance.

Our estimating, pre-construction, project management and scheduling teams work together to achieve our goal of no surprises. Surprises impact work schedules and create unexpected costs. We work hard to make sure that doesn’t happen.

Our team of design professionals has construction backgrounds, providing greater insight into design/build projects. Because we are an electrical contractor that employs our own design/build specialists, we can eliminate the need for costly redesigns.

Professional associations

American Society of Professional Estimators
Builders Association of Kansas City
Building Industry Consulting Services International
Building Owners and Management Association
Construction Industry Institute
Design/Build Institute of America
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Kansas City Area Development Council
National Association of Women in Construction
National Electrical Contractors Association
The Associated General Contractors of America

Market areas

Agricultural products plants
Automotive plants
Aviation facilities
Central plants
Chemical plants
Container plants
Convention centers
Data centers
Entertainment facilities
Food processing plants
Government facilities
Historic buildings
Office buildings
Parking garages
Pharmaceutical plants/labs
Power generation facilities
Pump stations
Sporting facilities
Water/wastewater facilities

Construction projects

  • Arrowhead Stadium

    The total renovation of the existing Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs, included all new electrical distribution throughout the entire facility.
  • GM paint shop conveyor

    Several components of this job were prefabricated off site, including equipment/PLC racks, cable tray dividers, and cable kitting and labeling.

  • Children’s Mercy Hospital OR, ED and cath labs

    This project included the construction of new operating rooms, cath laboratories and an emergency department, along with new 15-kV circuits and new 15-kV substations.