Electrotech is the largest independent manufacturer of electrical service equipment for residential and commercial buildings in the New York metropolitan area. The Company primarily manufactures switchboards and panel boards, which are UL listed and produced to meet specific project requirements, in accordance with applicable national and local standards. Additionally, Electrotech supplies customers with complimentary products such as transformers, busway, and other products that are sourced from third parties. These products are produced for a diverse set of end users such as residential and commercial real estate, federal government institutions, hospitals and municipal transportation.
The Company has long-standing relationships with the largest electrical contracting, architectural, and engineering firms in New York and has supplied equipment to numerous large “blue chip” projects such as JP Morgan Chase, World Trade Center – Tower One, Columbia University, Hudson Yards, New York Mets – Citi Field, New York University and Plaza Hotel.
Our technical expertise allows us to assist contractors and engineers in determining specific project needs in accordance with plans and specifications. We strive to exceed our customers’ expectations in quality, delivery, and cost.
Our shop employees are members of Local Union Number 3 of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W).
Electrotech was founded by Phil Cuza. He dealt primarily with the minority market.
Assets were acquired by Joseph Amendolara and Paul DiPrinzio and the company became Electrotech Service Equipment Corporation.
Electrotech purchased a building and moved its entire operations.
With continued growth, Electrotech relocated to a new location. At this time, Electrotech purchased a dry powder painting system and became the first company to do so in the local industry.
Joe and Paul sold 49% of the company to its employees via an Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP). This was a major turning point for the company and the employees. Employees were able to become part owners of a company which had grown significantly over the years.
Electrotech became 100% employee owned. The company was also recognized by the AEC Electrical Scholarship and Education Fund Corp. for their work and contribution to the electrical industry.