“Our highly-skilled craftsmen consistently deliver exceptional service, design, quality and value. The result—a great panel at a fair price.”
— Mark Inboden, CEO and President
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Editor's Note: This fall, we published a series of posts about how UCEC is preparing for the future. We heard from our Executive and Management teams, and after reading their vision for UCEC's next chapter, we're pretty jazzed for what's ahead. Below, please find the entire series.
Are you new to UCEC? Welcome! Utility Control & Equipment Corporation provides custom control panels and control system integration for customers worldwide. Founded in 1958, we uniquely combine the best of the old and the new. We conduct business with an old-school, straightforward approach and we invest in the newest, state-of-the-art technology.
Here at UCEC, we can't claim to be super heroes, but we do have "super skills" that we use to create our customers' electrical control panel projects. If you are looking for an electrical control panel shop, make sure to ask about these must-have skills!
Growing up, my family was a model “use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without” type of clan. Throwing things away was not an option. It’s a character trait I’ve passed on to my kids, and also one I’m proud to say that UCEC observes whenever possible.
Last year, we asked CEO and President Mark Inboden to answer eight questions on the blog. Learn what makes him tick with this blog rewind today.
Today, we're excited to showcase a project with a world-class oil and gas operator. Learn more about how we upgraded the customer's panel project so they could accomodate more control functionality.
Since March of this year, Margaret Turco has brought her artistic touch to UCEC as our engraver for nameplates and terminal tags.
I’m pleased to introduce another Colorado company and valuable UCEC vendor, Royal Supply Company, Inc. Based out of Commerce City, Royal Supply was founded in 1963 by former United States Air Force Mechanic Virgil Flanders. This early version of the company was known as Denver’s “Rivet House” because they were a supplier of surplus aircraft parts.
As UCEC’s Project Coordinator, looking down the road to what’s coming our way is my business! Future thinking is in my DNA, so to speak. My job is to put all of the projects into perspective: do we have the right parts and the right scheduling to stay on track, on time and on budget?
The panel industry is changing, although it can be hard for the outside observer to see this change. One of the best things we do to be ready for the future here at UCEC is to stay up-to-date on the newest developments in electrical engineering, controls and industrial automation.