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Encore Electric expands in Colorado Springs

Electric construction company outgrows old space


After considerable growth, change and development in staffing, business practices and opportunities, Encore Electric announced the need to expand office space, moving its Elkton Drive office to a larger space at 6349 Corporate Center Drive, Colorado Springs. Prior to the July 25 move, this was Encore's first home in the Pikes Peak region. 

"We started the search for a new space in the spring and after viewing multiple locations we landed at Corporate Center Drive," says Director of Southern Colorado JR Bond. "Our decision was based on several indicators: budget, future growth opportunity and having warehouse and training space in the building. We were able to find exactly what we were looking for and our team is very excited to be moved into the new location."

As the office staff grew from two to 12 and the field and service team reached more than 60 employees with additional growth anticipated, the transition of the Colorado Springs office demanded a larger space. 

The bigger space allows for more comfortable and efficient office space and a training room to accommodate more local classes for the southern craftsmen and women as the southern service department gains momentum year over year. A unique feature of the new location is an attached warehouse to house vans, equipment, trucks and other storage. Indeed, the opportunity to bring all aspects of the business under one roof at the new space was tough to ignore. 

Encore Electric has partnered with a number of complex projects in Colorado Springs, including the long-awaited Great Wolf Lodge, Cheyenne Mountain High School and the Audubon Medical Campus. Current Encore Electric projects under construction in the area include the UC Health Memorial Hospital North, Thomas MacLaren School, Pikes Peak Athletic Complex, and the highly anticipated United States Olympic Museum


Founded in 2003, Encore Electric Inc. was established to serve clients in the Rocky Mountain West to address complex and technical projects for developers and top consumer brands with electrical construction solutions and maintenance services. Recognized for safety, design adn quality by industry organizations and municipalities, Encore credits the talent and work ethic of its more than 700 craftsmen and women. Encore Electric is a privately held, employee-owned company based in Lakewood, Colorado. 

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