Our Mission Statement
“To lead the electrical industry by example while maintaining the highest level of quality, integrity, and innovation with flexibility tailored for the future.”
Founded in 1980 and incorporated in 1983 Florida Industrial Electric is a progressive electrical contracting firm offering a full-range of specialized electrical construction and maintenance services. For over 29 years, FIE has provided cost-effective electrical solutions as a prime or subcontractor on thousands of projects throughout the Southeastern United States.
From conception to completion of our clients’ projects, FIE delivers unparalleled professionalism and craftsmanship with the highest standards of safety, integrity, quality and value beyond what our clients expect from an electrical contractor. Along with applying our core values in each aspect of our work, we are committed to excellence in our industry, superior craftsmanship from all employees, accountability for our actions and consistent communication with our partners and clients.
FIE’s full-range of specialized service teams include:
FIE is an independently owned corporation with uniquely skilled professionals ready to meet your electrical project needs. Let us show you why we are the preferred electrical contractor of choice for countless top general contractors and developers.
When you partner with Florida Industrial Electric, you are establishing a relationship with a corporation that will provide the manpower and experience to perform in multiple areas of the electrical industry on your most challenging projects. You’ll have a dedicated team of project managers, superintendents and foremen who are backed by both full-service, client-focused field crews and an administrative office staff that values relationships and teamwork.
We are seeking all levels of qualified technicians. The position involves installing signals, highway lighting and communication infrastructure. Applicants must have a valid FL. driver’s license, be able to work flexible hours and be in good physical condition. Some travel is expected in FL only.
Duties Include but are limited to:
General electrical knowledge, repair replace or modify components, controllers, relays and switches. Inspect, remove and repair signal control and auxiliary equipment such as traffic signal controllers and cabinets, vehicle and pedestrian head assemblies, lights and circuitry.
Perform duties while elevated above traffic in basket of a boom truck.
Minimum one year experience with Level 1 Tech license for a non-entry applicant.
Equipment operators, bucket truck, boom truck, back hoe, mini excavator, trencher, pipe layers.
Why is Florida Industrial Electric a great place to work?
Florida Industrial Electric work in these locations throughout each year doing industrial electric and dot type work. Winter haven, Haines City, Lakeland, Bartow, Dundee, Davenport, Poinciana, Willow Oak, Babson Park, Waverly, Fruitland Park, Providence, Gibsonia, Nalcrest, Winston, Lake Wales, Kathleen, Mulberry, Fedhaven, Crooked Lake, Polk City, Highland City, Indian Lake Estates, Lake Alfred. Lake County Florida sod service area. Clermont, Taveres, Umatilla, Howey in the Hills, Monteverde, Mount Dora. Orlando, services the following Orange County locations. Aloma, Apopka, Azalea Park, Bay Hill, Bay Lake, Bat Ridge, Belle Isle, Beulah, Bithlo, Christmas, Clarcona, Conway, Crown Point, Doctor Phillips, Eatonville, Edgewood, Fairwiew Shores, Fairvilla, Flamingo, Fillers, Gotha, Harlem Heights, Holden Heights, Hunter Creek, Killarney, Lake Buena Vista, Lake Butter, Lake Cain Hills, Lake Hart, Lockart, Maitland, Meadow Woods, Morningside Park, Oak Ridge, Oakland, Ocoee, Orlovista, Paradise Heights, Piedmont, Pine Castle, Pine Hills, Plymouth, Riverside Acres, Rosemont, Sky Lake, South Apopka, Southchase, Summerport Beach, Taft, Tangelo Park, Tangerine, Tildenville, Union Park, Vineland, Wedgefield, Williamsburg, Windermere, Winter Garden, Winter Park and Zellwood Florida
Design / Construction Cost:
FDOT with the I-4 Ultimate Scheduled Project dates in years to come:
Design notice to proceed: Third-quarter 2014
Construction notice to proceed: First-quarter 2015
Substantial completion: Fourth-quarter 2020
Final acceptance: First-quarter 2021
Tolls begin: 2020-2021
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