CIR is a 40 year old company that adapts with the times
CIR Electrical Construction Corporation was established in 1976 in Buffalo, New York. We are one of the fastest growing electrical contractors in Western New York, and are listed as fifth in New York State for bidding public work.
We are a privately held, independent electrical contractor signatory to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and proudly affiliated with the National Electrical Contractors Association. CIR has achieved growth by forging lasting relationships with our customers through reliable performance and a reputation for quality workmanship.
CIR is proud to have first generation owners who worked their way up in the electrical construction industry to get where they are today and highly skilled electricians hired through our local unions.
With the growing concern for our environment, CIR is committed to taking a leadership role on environmental sustainability in the Western New York community. By expanding our knowledge of energy efficient technologies and practices, we can help our customers decrease their environmental impact while saving on energy costs. The combination of our ownership and employees and our commitment to the environment is what makes CIR able to evolve as a company to adapts our clients needs.
We are proud to install the first solar tracking system in Erie County. Take a look at our case study.
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CIR Electrical Construction Corporation
400 Ingham Ave, Lackawanna, NY 14218
Visit our Lackawanna office that specializes is Solar Panels, Commercial Electrical Contractor & Industrial Electrical Solar Panels in the Lackawanna NY & Buffalo, NY area.
Call our Lackawanna office today for a free proposal of our electrical services, including Solar Panels, Commercial Electrical Contractor, Industrial Electrical Solar Panel Installs, Commercial Residential Solar Panel Installs for your home. Call (716) 362-5000 today, proudly serving Lackawanna NY, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, & all of Western New York!
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