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DeBlois Electric is a Maine based residential and commercial electrical contractor.

We are one of Maine’s leading electrical contractors for hospital, medical, commercial, retail, manufacturing, industrial, education, and residential projects. We specialize in design assist & design build services, as well as negotiated and competitively bid plan and specification projects.

Bates College

Our team worked with Consigli Construction on the 95,000 square foot two-building residence hall expansion at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. The new buildings feature a multi-purpose room, game room, vending machines, Resident Director apartment, kitchens, study areas, laundry facilities, ground-level campus store, administrative offices, in addition to the 240 student beds. The project, managed…

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St Mary’s Regional Medical Center Emergency Department

DeBlois Electric has a proud history of working with St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, and has been part of the construction team on several occasions. Most recently, we worked together with HP Cummings on the successful completion of the St. Mary’s Cecile J. Lepage Emergency Center.

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Bowdoin College Watson Ice Arena

This project was a 3D Geometric Coordination Model: electronic 3D geometric representation combining all trades involved in the coordination process. The Watson Ice Arena is located at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. The 1900-seat ice arena was completely wired and lit by DeBlois Electric, including the lobby which was designed to present the long and…

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The Green Ladle

The Green Ladle is located on the campus of Lewiston High School and is a commercial teaching kitchen. Working with Hebert Construction, DeBlois Electric wired the commercial equipment as well as the lighting system for the presentation and dining areas. The entire lighting system was coordinated using a dimming control system.

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Pierce Atwood at Merrill’s Wharf Portland

This project was an existing cold storage building that was renovated and converted into office, retail, and restaurant spaces. Located in the highly visible working wharf area of Portland, Maine, this project demanded the quality of a highly visible metropolitan center. The entire project was wired and lit by DeBlois Electric, working with the owner,…

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WEX Headquarters

This project included renovation of the main lobby and executive conference space. DeBlois Electric worked as part of the design-assist and design-build team, which included LED lighting, lighting controls, and automated shading. One challenge successfully met was using fiber-optic lighting to highlight the WEX locations throughout the world.

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Lee Auto

This large site involved extensive lighting and electrical signage. Working with general contractor Hebert Construction, DeBlois Electric completed this car dealership featuring specialty wiring for the six large station service bays.

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Casella Juniper Ridge Landfill

This design-build project included a new methane-process plant facility for the landfill at Juniper Ridge. The Casella Juniper Ridge Landfill is located in Old Town, Maine. The electrical design-build included lighting, switch gear, equipment wiring, and SCADA system, including control and process wiring. The general contractor on this project is HE Callahan Construction.

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Pediatric Associates

Pediatric Associates, located in Lewiston, Maine, was a design-build project with Hebert Construction. The medical office building included a large waiting area with whimsical appeal for the young patients, exam rooms, office space, and lab areas.

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Maine Sports

Owned by Maine Sports Realty, this multi-use sports complex includes an orthopedic clinic, indoor training facility, and ice arena. We completed this project as a team design build concept, with general contractor Hebert Construction. The project also included the complete renovation of an existing warehouse facility and new electrical and systems infrastructure.

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