BEC has been a true success story. Formed in 1995 as a specialty electrical contractor providing fire detection systems for commercial buildings, BEC has grown exponentially by effectively undertaking high-profile projects throughout the greater Los Angeles area, and has expanded into ERRCS, Firefighter Surveillance, and Two-Way Intercom/Area of Rescue to truly become the Life Safety Contractor of Choice.
BEC possesses a core management team that is eager to continue BECs success. By providing experienced project managers, detailed CAD operators, and skilled technicians, BEC can set itself apart from the competition. From the beginning of the project the customer will find that the sales department will guide them through the process and coordinate alongside the project management team.
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Make it easy for customers to complete projects correctly while maintaining milestones.
Make it easy for customers to use BEC to maintain code compliance.
Make it easy for employees to help customers meet their goals.
Many of our customers prefer to save up to 30% for their low voltage systems by having BEC take on the design responsibility in house, without hiring a separate engineering firm that may or may not have the knowledge to design a variety of low voltage systems. This also avoids change orders to the customer, because BEC is not only the designer, but are building the project to our own design. As a licensed C-10 electrical contractor, we will submit our design to the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) for plan check approval, and then pull on construction permit as the licensed contractor. We can also offer Professional Engineering (PE) stamping of our design as required for certain projects.
BEC is constantly modifying or expanding on our base low voltage systems as new tenants move into different properties. BEC encourages early involvement in the design process to ensure on-time completion of fast track tenant work. BEC offers full code system design, CAD engineering services, permitting, wire and device installation labor, equipment, pre-test, and final testing with the AHJ.