Cupertino Electric utilizes Laner Electric Supply for SF Mexican Museum Project
BuildOUT California (BOC) is proud to highlight Cupertino Electric's utilization of Laner Electric Supply, a certified LGBT firm and one of BOC's founding members, for the construction of the Mexican Museum Project in San Francisco's Financial District, also known as the 706 Mission Street Project with a subcontract in excess of $1 Million.
"These are the types of projects that really give Laner Electric the opportunity to grow" stated Laner Electric's CEO, Ms. Sandra Escalante. "These types of subcontracts give us the opportunity to showcase our ability to be a very cost-effective solution provider and we are grateful to Cupertino Electric" she added.
Laner Electric Supply Co., Inc. is a wholesale distributor of electrical construction materials, lighting products and tools to electrical and general contractors, property developers and managers, and industrial, institutional, and government entities - operating from a 16,000 sq. ft. sales, administrative, and warehouse facility.
Cupertino Electric is a private electrical engineering and construction company that has been delivering power and possibilities to commercial clients for more than 65 years. Founded in 1954, CEI is one of the largest specialty contractors in the U.S., building commercial, energy and data center projects. The company designs, procures, constructs, installs, commissions, and maintains complex projects.