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JFK Electrical Contracting Enterprises Inc
1439 W. San Angelo St.
JFK Electrical Contracting Enterprises, Inc., was established in June of 1988 as a sole proprietorship. In June of 1989 JFK Electrical Contracting Enterprises, Inc. became an Arizona State Corporation doing business as an electrical contractor, holding Ar...
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President - JFK Electrical Contracting Enterprises
John is a third-generation electrician.
JFK was the first Certified Green Contractor through the Associated Builders and Contractors and is the first electrical contractor certified in the nation.
Past-president of the Arizona Builders Alliance and Life Director where he also serves as board member and committee member with several organizations locally and nationally.
John has been married to wife, Debra for 34 years and has a son, Brandon who is key to the JFK organization and a daughter, Ashley, who is a senior at ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
Join us on April 30th as we celebrate John, along with the other 3 finalists and our Arizona Construction Pioneer Award Winner, Jed Billings of FNF Construction.
â€œCities are starting to look at ...
â€œCities are starting to look at solar more, and Iâ€™ve heard the military wants to be independent of the grid by 2050,â€ says John Krecek, president of JFK Electrical Contracting. â€œThe need for LEED points and government mandates requiring power companies to provide a certain amount of alternative energy will drive growth, too.â€
For now, the firm is concentrating on providing quality installations for nonresidential clients, such as the White Tanks Library
and Nature Center
in Surprise, Ariz., and an Armed Forces Reserve Center
in Marana, Ariz.
Still, solar projects represent less than 10 percent of JFKâ€™s overall workload.
Solar power system at the home of John Krecek, JFK Electrical Contracting, Mesa, Ariz.
On the residential side, solar can be a tough sell for homeowners in states like Arizona and Florida, where electricity is fairly inexpensive.
installed a photovoltaic system at his
house, but the payback will take 10 to 15 years. â€œItâ€™s a good thing for the environment, but ROI is not number one right now,â€ he