Advanced Electrical Systems (AES) was recently featured with a full-length article in one of the leading construction magazines in the country, US Builders Review. The piece highlights upcoming projects, the technical expertise of the team and the passion of the leaders of this family-owned business.
AES was founded in 1993 by Jim Strange, Jr. and Evelyn Strange. The article highlights the family’s lineage of hard workers, both in current leadership and in the past. Jim’s father was an electrician, a trade which was passed on, and Jim and Evelyn’s sons now run the company. James Strange, III, the vice president, reflects on his time with AES in the piece.
“We’ve been in business for 22 years and we’re the second largest electrical contractor in Louisville,” said James in the article. “We have some big-name competition, some of which have been in business in this area for 100 years or more, but our reputation for completing jobs safely, on time and by formulating fair budgets and fast-paced schedules sets us apart.”
Highlighted are several of the company’s recent large projects, ranging from the KFC YUM! Center, Metro Louisville Big Four Bridge’s LED lights, The University of Louisville (UL) Cardinal Park Athletic Facilities, the Metro Call 911 Center, the Louisville Marriott Downtown, TSA projects for the Louisville International Airport, University of Louisville Predictive Medical Center, Churchill Downs and UPS Worldport.
Unveiled in the article is the news that AES has a growing presence in Lexington, Ky., about 70 miles east of its headquarters in Louisville. The company landed a $7.5 million contract with the University of Kentucky, which is hoped to “anchor our expansion into Lexington.”
To read more about the projects highlighted and AES’ growth, read the article from US Builders Review.
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