About Us | what we stand for
GENERAL AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Rural Electric has been a family owned business in Mesa, Arizona since 1964. We are proud to provide our services to the Southwest Region of the United States as a woman owned business; certified WOSB and WBE. We understand the importance of our Transportation Industry as well as the Military, which is why much of our focus lies within Aviation.
We realize every day the importance of a strong company culture and we empower our team to grow on all levels, creating an environment of collaboration and contributions. This brings a strong sense of pride, knowing their work matters.
ISO 9001:2015 is a quality standard that requires a company to document, maintain and audit company processes that impact the quality of their products or services to their customers. Rural Electric was registered as an ISO 9001 company in 2005 and has applied this quality standard to all of our operations.
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Executive Leadership Team
With over 15 years of electrical contracting Ms. Fogerty is a principal with Rural Electric and has been active with the company for 15 years. Ann’s past work has spanned from field installation as a Journeyman Electrician to her current role leading Rural Electric.
With over 25 years of electrical contracting Mr. Bieberdorf is a principal with Rural Electric and has been active with the company for 20 years. Brett brings extensive experience managing large, ongoing and complex field projects including multi-year Federal IDIQ and municipal service contracts.
DIRECTOR of BUSINESS
DIVISION MANAGER TEXAS
TO BE NAMED
QUALITY / ISO
Our Safety Culture
We focus on proactive safety actions.
Rural Electric recognizes the importance of employee health and safety and is committed to achieving an injury free workplace. Our expectation is that each employee and all stakeholders will contribute to our evolving culture of safety interdependence by protecting themselves and those they work with. All employees are empowered to stop work that they feel will result in an injury, and seek continual improvement solutions that will prevent future recurrence.
The Four Basic Tenants of Employee Health and Safety:
Management commitment and individual employee ownership
Training and mentoring
Health and Safety planning
Hazard recognition and control
Our Proactive safety actions include:
- Active Hazard Analysis (AHA)/ Job Safety Analysis (JSA) based Accident Prevention Plans / Health and Safety Plans
- Sharing relevant stories and experiences
- Employee empowerment with Stop Work Authority
- Establishment of zero injury and illness goals
- Employee and subcontractor health and safety training
- New employee orientation and Buddy program
- Subcontractor Due diligence review