Electrical Alliance Contractors Top WBJ’s Annual List of Largest Electrical Contractors

The Washington Business Journal recently ranked the top 17 electrical contractors in the D.C. metropolitan area, 14 of which are Electrical Alliance contractors.

The Electrical Alliance is a cooperative effort between electrical contractors of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and skilled craftsmen of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local Union 26.

The Electrical Alliance contractors on the list (based on 2017 Washington metro-area revenue) were:

  • Power Solutions LLC – $289.94 million
  • Rosendin Electric- $218.00 million
  • E. Richards Electric Inc. – $203.96 million
  • Freestate Electrical Cos. – $188.00 million
  • Mona Electric Group Inc. – $146.05 million
  • Singleton Electric Co. Inc. – $92.26 million
  • PerLectric Inc. – $58.2 million
  • Contemporary Electrical Services Inc. – $46.22 million
  • Heller Electric Co. Inc. – $41.57 million
  • C3M Power Systems LLC – $29.90
  • RTL Electric Co. Inc. – $25.00 million
  • Total Electric Inc. – $19.00 million
  • Adcock’s Systems LLC – $14.2 million
  • Merical Electrical Contractors Inc. -$6.6 million

The 14 Electrical Alliance contractors on the Washington Business Journal’s list have worked on large-scale projects including Amazon’s data center, Washington Adventist Hospital, DC United Stadium, Trap Rock Water Treatment Plant, North Point High School and many others.

“These Electrical Alliance contractors made the WBJ list because of their extraordinary efforts to deliver exceptional value and satisfaction to their customers,” said JT Thomas, executive director, Washington, D.C. Chapter of NECA. “They are also an important part of our economy, employing more than 7,000 IBEW workers in the region.”


About The Electrical Alliance
The Electrical Alliance is a cooperative effort between electrical contractors and skilled craftsmen to provide quality products and services to customers and to set the standard for efficiency, productivity, and safety within the electrical industry. It is jointly sponsored by the National Electrical Contractors Association and Local 26, IBEW. To learn more, visit News & Press or follow the Electrical Alliance on Twitter @dcelec_alliance.