We're UCEC Built
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.
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
As the calendar winds down and turns over a fresh page, we're taking a look back at 2017's accomplishments. There were many, including: UCEC's new tech projects, our new published case studies, going "green" with wire duct and our launch of new project management software. We promoted team members, traveled to Mexico and some of us ended up on video and online telling the UCEC story (looking at you, Mark!). All in all, it was a year filled with hard work, great projects and continued success for this company that will celebrate 60 years in business in 2018. Thanks for a great 2017, and here's a toast to our leadership who motivate us each and every day at work.
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.
Meet the UCEC Team
Merry Christmas and happy holidays from UCEC! As we close out a successful and fulfilling 2017, we wanted to let our employees, customers, partners and vendors know how much we appreciate them. You're the reason we exist!
At Justin Kastner’s first job at a company that manufactured packaging machines, he found himself working behind a desk. He quickly realized it wasn’t for him, so he happily moved toward a more “hands-on” position working with machines. Justin decided he enjoyed learning about electrical components and how machines run, and the discovery launched his career.