DeBlois Electric is a pro-active, solutions-oriented electrical contractor.
DeBlois Electric currently employs 42 skilled personnel, including an electrical engineer, master electricians, journeymen electricians, and helper electricians. Our field staff primarily consists of master and journeymen electricians, giving us the ability to ramp up our labor force while maintaining the skill set required of any project.
On average, our employees have been with the company for over 12 years.
Our constant goal is continually striving to meet and exceed expectations. We begin a project by developing a detailed plan and then reviewing the layout with the project team. We incorporate any changes into the layout before beginning work, thus saving time and money.
DeBlois Electric was founded in 1967 by Willie and Gaetane DeBlois and is still a family-owned business.
Mitch DeBlois is an owner and president of the company. He joined the family business as an electrical project and design engineer in 1988, with a degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University. He is also a master electrician in the states of Maine and New Hampshire.
Mitch has worked as an electrical field engineer for Massachusetts Electric Company and as an assistant electrical design engineer with Maine and Massachusetts based firms. Mitch works closely with project owners, general contractors, architects and construction managers to bring our combined projects to a satisfactory conclusion, through closely coordinated and managed design/build applications.
Mitch retains responsibility as team supervisor on projects, with all teams reporting directly to him. Mitch was the first team member to complete the Associated Builders and Contractors’ Electrical Project Management course at Purdue University. He is also certified as an EcoXpert with Schneider Electric, and as a Lutron Homeworks and RadioRA2 lighting integrator.
Andy Bosse, vice president of construction, is a master electrician in Maine and has been with DeBlois Electric since 1989. His hands-on management style with the field crews ensures high productivity for our customers. He is skilled in crew management and daily implementation of both plan-and-specification and design-build projects. He has successfully completed the ABC Electrical Project Management course at Purdue University. He is a Kohler generator certified installer.
Steve Morin, vice president of operations, has been with DeBlois Electric since 2003, joining DEI as an electrician with over ten years of experience, including construction at three large ice arenas. He is licensed in Maine. He has several years of field experience as both project foreman and electrical superintendent, bringing extensive field management experience as a project manager. Steve has been a senior project manager for several years and is adept at working closely with project team members. Steve blends the strengths of the field and management for the benefit of all. He is a certified EcoXpert with Schneider Electric and successfully completed the ABC Electrical Management Project course at Purdue University.
Stacey joined the DeBlois team in 2015 with over 15 years of project management experience. She works with all project teams on material management and inventory control improvements, as well as technology advancements. Her goal is to ensure work flow improvements to boost productivity in the field. She is a graduate of Merrimack College.
Brian began as an apprentice with our team in 1998. Once he achieved his Maine electrical license, he worked as a journeyman, then a project foreman, and now holds a position as electrical superintendent. His primary role is to manage day to day productivity and maintain the project schedule.
Gerry joined our team in 2001, with a few years of experience. He completed his training and education at Central Maine Community College and holds his electrical license in the state of Maine. He has progressed through the jobs of field labor to project foreman, and now electrical superintendent. His primary role is to manage day to day productivity and maintain the project schedule.
Dan provides support to the project team in preparing competitive estimates to ensure the consistency and accuracy of our electrical proposals. Dan also provides support in the pre-con & pre-fab phases of a project, assisting with project deliverables and schedule. Dan was previously a project foreman and has been a team member of DeBlois Electric since 1999. He is a master electrician in Maine and New Hampshire.
Tony Reny is an estimator and the company’s safety director. Tony oversees of our gold award winning ABC Step safety program. Having joined DEI in 1985, his many years with the company give him a depth of knowledge in the field and in estimating, as well as the importance of establishing and following standard safety procedures. He is a graduate of Mid-State College and is a licensed electrician in Maine. He has also completed the ABC Electrical Project Management course at Purdue University.
Raymond DeBlois is an owner and the company’s chief financial officer. He has been with DeBlois Electric since 1993, when he received his business management degree with a minor in accounting from the University of New York at Plattsburgh. As the CFO, he works with the project team on cost accountability and cost containment for the benefit of both our company and our customers. Ray also has major responsibility in a sister-company dedicated to lighting design and supply.
Jaime joined our team in 2011, bringing over 10 years experience in the accounting for construction industry. She is responsible for payables and receivables, billing, and all aspects of office administration, bringing an attention to detail to ensure accurate project reporting. She represents our team in many community organizations, most notably with the L/A Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Builders and Contractors of Maine.
DeBlois Electric has a long and proud history of working closely with the local community through in-kind donation and support. Our partnerships are diverse and important to the core of our company spirit. We are proud to support the essential work of local groups, including:
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