All of Commonwealth Electric of the Midwest’s locations specialize in commercial electrical construction, both bid and negotiated. The company has specific project managers assigned to each client and project to insure that the work gets performed at the highest level of excellence with the least cost to the owner. Our electrical contracting services focus on the client’s needs and we strive to not only meet their expectations, but exceed them on each project.
A few sample commercial projects include:
Commonwealth Electric’s Des Moines branch recently completed construction on the new Kum & Go store in Clive, Iowa. This new LEED certified 5,000 square foot design replaces their traditional 3,500 square foot layout.
The new Sarpy County Ballpark is located at HWY 370 and 126th Street in Papillion. The ballpark is the new home for the Omaha Storm Chasers (formally the Omaha Royals). With 6,434 fixed seats, the ballpark can accommodate a maximum of 9,023 people for baseball games and other events due to a spacious berm and standing room areas.
Cabela’s Data Center is located in Papillion, NE. This facility has over 17,000 square feet of communication/data installation, with 3,200 square feet of office space.
The Omaha, NE location Commonwealth Electric Company of the Midwest (CECM) has completed the construction of the 200,000 square foot Baxter Hockey Arena for The University of Nebraska Omaha. The arena has been designed to be easly converted for other sporting events,...read more
Des Moines, IA Crew upgrades switchgear at National Distribution Center. Commonwealth’s scope of work consists of the replacement of the 15KV primary switchgear, along with the 5KV substation, and one 480 volt unit substation, which are located on the third floor of...read more
Commonwealth Electric is partnered with Kiewit and HDR to build the new Conservatory Building. The new 20,000 SF conservatory building will include unique plant life, walking pathways with lighting, and several water features. The building will be separated into three...read more