Elm was founded in 1971 as a small electrical contracting company that catered to residential, commercial and industrial clients. The founder and former president, Robert Schmidt, instilled the values of quality, reliable workmanship and service that have been the driving force for Elm through the years.
As we have continued to grow, we now exclusively service industrial and commercial clients. Elm has also expanded its business to include Automation and Systems Integration, 24-7 Service and Support, Control Panel Assembly, and TEGG Electrical Preventive Maintenance, in addition to the Electrical Contracting Services on which the company was founded. This allows us to provide our clients with a single-source solution.
Provide leadership, training, and projects that allow employees to develop their maximum potential. Develop an environment mutually beneficial to employees and the company. Provide competitive wages and benefits. Reward exceptional workers through incentives and employment commitments. Attract and maintain a highly skilled and technically competent workforce to ensure the long-term success of the business.
Service our clients and business partners in the fastest and most efficient means available. Ensure that customer value and long-term relationships are maintained despite short-term setbacks. Identify and develop new customer relationships in a well thought-out and long-term manner.
Maintain the profitability of the company at the strong levels historically enjoyed by the business. Develop leaders within the enterprise to ensure the continued operation and success of the business. Continually improve the efficiency, skill, and quality of the company by a process of continuous change. Maintain a strategic business long-term plan for services, technical skills, and markets.
Continuously develop new alliances as practical to ensure we are partnered with the best available suppliers. Explore new technologies and markets in a systematic and continuous manner to ensure the long-term relevance of the company.