Our recent blog series, "UCEC Built" gives a glimpse into UCEC and our fantastic team that creates hand-crafted electrical control panels in Arvada, CO.
UCEC Built Blog Series
When I hear the term “UCEC Built,” I think of the end product (panels) as a collaboration of an entire group of people. To create our handcrafted panels, it takes an entire team. All of us have to be on the ball, doing our jobs, to make a single product.
The first thing that comes to mind when I think of “UCEC Built” is our customer. We form a partnership with our customers, and that’s important, because every panel is unique.
The words “UCEC Built” speak of details to me. It means dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s. It means making sure everything is correct. Correct parts, fuses, nameplates, tags—you name it.
It’s a quick tagline that conveys UCEC has the best technology and the best components put together by the best craftsmen. With UCEC, you are going to see the quality you might not see elsewhere. We’re building custom panels. There are no cheap, online products here.
Posts by CEO Mark Inboden
U.S. manufacturing is on an upswing, as the Labor Department reported that manufacturers nationwide added workers last month at the fastest pace in more than four years.
What's the magic behind the shop? We have plenty of ideas...starting with these three, below.
In a recent story by CompanyWeek, I was quoted as saying, “Keeping on the front end of innovation has remained a constant (for UCEC)....technology is a huge driver of the panels we build.”
Meet the UCEC Team
At UCEC, we work hard. We play hard. And we spend the work day (and some weekend hours!) with our co-workers who are like family. Here's a quick roundup of some images from our shop, offices and beyond. Enjoy!
It took Denise Nation a few twists and turns to end up on the Wiring team at UCEC in 2016. Her first career track was in healthcare, but she had a feeling that wasn’t exactly what she was supposed to do. A chance to attend school for avionics electronics was intriguing; Denise says she always liked figuring out how things worked.
I think the members of the Wiring Team are all artisans. There’s a lot of creativity. It’s kind of one of those hidden heroes type of jobs. People don’t understand what they do, but our people put in a lot of effort.