Gephart History

We complete projects completely.


Our sound family foundation has allowed our business to grow exponentially over the last three decades while still providing the high quality workmanship and services owners, developers and general contractors value and respect.

Experience Counts

Gephart Electric is a family owned and operated business founded in 1977.

Originally started by Dan Gephart and Ken Heinsch, Ken took over the business in 1982 but kept the Gephart name as it was well known in the industry at the time. Ken continued to successfully grow the business until 2003 when he passed away and his wife Carol and sons Greg, Larry and Kyle took the helm.

k_heinsch_withName3Throughout its 30-plus year history, the standards of commitment and professionalism upon which the company was founded have benefited our clients. Gephart continues to provide quality electrical and low voltage services for our clients. We complete projects on time, we do it within budget, and we do it right the first time. We do not compromise the integrity of any project by cutting corners or adding unnecessary charges.

Electrical power and low voltage systems requirements are critical components for construction projects. At Gephart Electric, we treat them that way. Our management staff and service technicians are highly trained and skilled professionals. In addition, we are an industry leader in jobsite safety.

We can manage your project’s tough demands based on our past experiences. Our diversified field experience makes Gephart Electric the logical choice for all your electrical construction requirements.

Firm Statistics

Gephart employs an average of over 450 people, including both office and field personnel.

We perform an average volume of over $70 million of electrical and low voltage systems installations annually. Of this annual volume typically 75% is performed as design-build/design-assist projects and 25% is performed as engineered projects. Our installation services include but are not limited to commercial and industrial electrical installations, high voltage systems, instrumentation and control, and low voltage systems including fiber optics, data, telephone, security, surveillance, sound, fire alarm, CATV and HVAC control systems.