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All Wire Electric

Renton, WA 98057

Company Info

  • Est. 2004
  • Size 20-49 Employees
  • Annual Vol $6 million - $10 million

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Our Story

All Wire Electric, Inc. is a full-service union electrical contractor founded in 2004 upon the three principles of honesty, integrity, and value. All Wire strives to exceed client expectations on every project. With both commercial and residential divisions, All Wire has the capability to execute a wide variety of dynamic projects.

On the commercial side, All Wire’s projects range from schools such as Seattle World School at TT Minor, to high end retailers including Niketown, Louis Vuitton, and Prada at the Bravern in downtown Bellevue. The residential side ranges from service calls to replace breakers in single family homes to the new construction of 150+ unit apartment complexes. All Wire is also a preferred vendor to many property management companies including Greystar and Pinnacle.

All Wire Electric, Inc. is certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), as well as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and Women's Business Enterprice through the State of Washington. All Wire recognizes the commitment to supplier diversity that is embraced by corporations and government agencies today, and can add diversity to your supply chain. 

What We Do

Commercial Experience

Apartments & Condominiums Auto Dealership / Service Church / Synagogue Club House / Community Center Hospital / Nursing Home Medical Office Misc Project Mixed Use Non-Residential Building Residential Building Restaurant Retail Store School / College / University
Animal Hospital / Kennel Assisted Living Bank Casinos City / Town Hall Court House Data Centers - Mission Critical Design Build Fire / Police Station Fitness Center Grocery Stores Hotel / Motel House Industrial Maintenance Laboratory Library Lighting Retrofits Manufacturing Plant Office Building Parking Garage Parking Lots Post Office Power Generation & Distribution Secure and Shielded Facilities Single Family Residential Storage Facility / Warehouse Theater

Regions & Counties Serviced

  • Seattle

Washington 3

  • King
  • Pierce
  • Snohomish

Our CSI Codes

01 51 16 - Temporary Fire Protection
10 01 40 - Operation and Maintenance of Safety Specialties
10 06 40 - Schedules for Safety Specialties
10 40 00.00.01 - Safety Specialties
10 41 13 - Fire Department Plan Cabinets
10 44 13 - Fire Extinguisher Cabinets
10 44 13.53 - Security Fire Extinguisher Cabinets
10 44 16 - Fire Extinguishers
10 44 16.13 - Portable Fire Extinguishers
10 44 16.16 - Wheeled Fire Extinguisher Units
10 44 33 - Fire Blankets and Cabinets
10 44 43 - Fire Extinguisher Accessories
21 01 20 - Operation and Maintenance of Fire-Extinguishing Systems
21 05 13 - Common Motor Requirements for Fire-Suppression Equipment
21 06 20 - Schedules for Fire-Extinguishing Systems
21 06 30 - Schedules for Fire-Suppression Equipment
21 09 00.00.01 - Instrumentation and Control for Fire-Suppression Systems
21 12 13 - Fire-Suppression Hoses and Nozzles
21 12 16 - Fire-Suppression Hose Reels
21 12 19 - Fire-Suppression Hose Racks
21 12 26 - Fire-Suppression Valve and Hose Cabinets
21 20 00.00.01 - Fire-Extinguishing Systems
21 21 16 - Carbon-Dioxide Fire-Extinguishing Equipment
21 24 16 - Dry-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Equipment
21 41 13 - Pressurized Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water
21 41 29 - Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Additives
25 05 26 - Grounding and Bonding for Integrated Automation
25 33 00.00.01 - Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Fire-Suppression Systems
25 53 00.00.01 - Integrated Automation Control of Fire-Suppression Systems
25 93 00.00.01 - Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Fire-Suppression Systems
26 01 10 - Operation and Maintenance of Medium-Voltage Electrical Distribution
26 01 20 - Operation and Maintenance of Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution
26 05 13 - Medium-Voltage Cables
26 05 13.13 - Medium-Voltage Open Conductors
26 05 13.16 - Medium-Voltage, Single- and Multi-Conductor Cables
26 05 19 - Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables
26 05 19.13 - Undercarpet Electrical Power Cables
26 05 23 - Control-Voltage Electrical Power Cables
26 05 26 - Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems
26 05 29 - Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems
26 05 33 - Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems
26 05 36 - Cable Trays for Electrical Systems
26 05 39 - Underfloor Raceways for Electrical Systems
26 05 43 - Underground Ducts and Raceways for Electrical Systems
26 05 46 - Utility Poles for Electrical Systems
26 05 48 - Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems
26 05 53 - Identification for Electrical Systems
26 05 73 - Overcurrent Protective Device Coordination Study
26 06 10 - Schedules for Medium-Voltage Electrical Distribution
26 06 20 - Schedules for Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution
26 06 20.26 - Wiring Device Schedule
26 10 00.00.01 - Medium-Voltage Electrical Distribution
26 18 13 - Medium-Voltage Cutouts
26 20 00.00.01 - Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution
26 21 00.00.01 - Low-Voltage Overhead Electrical Power Systems
26 24 13 - Switchboards
26 24 16 - Panelboards
26 24 19 - Motor-Control Centers
26 26 00.00.01 - Power Distribution Units
26 30 00.00.01 - Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment
26 33 43 - Battery Chargers
26 43 13 - Transient-Voltage Suppression for Low-Voltage Electrical Power Circuits
26 50 00.00.01 - Lighting
26 51 13 - Interior Lighting Fixtures, Lamps, And Ballasts
26 52 00.00.01 - Emergency Lighting
26 55 53 - Security Lighting
26 55 59 - Display Lighting
26 55 70 - Healthcare Lighting
26 56 13 - Lighting Poles and Standards
26 56 16 - Parking Lighting
26 56 23 - Area Lighting
26 56 26 - Landscape Lighting
26 56 29 - Site Lighting
26 56 33 - Walkway Lighting
26 56 36 - Flood Lighting
26 56 68 - Exterior Athletic Lighting
27 01 10 - Operation and Maintenance of Structured Cabling and Enclosures
27 01 20 - Operation and Maintenance of Data Communications
27 05 13.23 - T1 Services
27 05 13.33 - DSL Services
27 05 13.43 - Cable Services
27 05 26 - Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems
27 05 28 - Pathways for Communications Systems
27 06 10 - Schedules for Structured Cabling and Enclosures
27 06 20 - Schedules for Data Communications
27 06 30 - Schedules for Voice Communications
27 10 00.00.01 - Structured Cabling
27 11 23 - Communications Cable Management and Ladder Rack
27 13 13.13 - Communications Copper Cable Splicing and Terminations
27 13 23 - Communications Optical Fiber Backbone Cabling
27 13 23.13 - Communications Optical Fiber Splicing and Terminations
27 13 33 - Communications Coaxial Backbone Cabling
27 13 33.13 - Communications Coaxial Splicing and Terminations
27 13 43 - Communications Services Cabling
27 13 43.23 - T1 Services Cabling
27 13 43.33 - DSL Services Cabling
27 13 43.43 - Cable Services Cabling
27 15 00.16 - Voice Communications Horizontal Cabling
27 15 00.19 - Data Communications Horizontal Cabling
27 15 00.49 - Intermediate Frequency/Radio Frequency Communications Horizontal Cabling
27 15 13 - Communications Copper Horizontal Cabling
27 15 23 - Communications Optical Fiber Horizontal Cabling
27 15 33 - Communications Coaxial Horizontal Cabling
27 21 13 - Data Communications Firewalls
28 01 30 - Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Detection and Alarm
28 01 30.51 - Maintenance and Administration of Electronic Detection and Alarm
28 01 30.71 - Revisions and Upgrades of Electronic Detection and Alarm
28 06 30 - Schedules for Electronic Detection and Alarm
28 16 33 - Intrusion Detection Interfaces
28 16 33.36 - Intrusion Detection Interfaces to Fire Alarm
28 16 46 - Intrusion Detection Vehicle Control Systems
28 26 16 - Electronic Personal Safety Alarm Annunciation and Control Systems
28 30 00.00.01 - Electronic Detection and Alarm
28 31 13 - Fire Detection and Alarm Control, GUI, and Logic Systems
28 31 23 - Fire Detection and Alarm Annunciation Panels and Fire Stations
28 31 33 - Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces
28 31 33.13 - Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Remote Monitoring
28 31 33.26 - Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Intrusion Detection
28 31 33.43 - Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Elevator Control
28 31 43 - Fire Detection Sensors
28 31 46 - Smoke Detection Sensors
28 31 49 - Carbon-Monoxide Detection Sensors
28 31 53 - Fire Alarm Initiating Devices
28 31 53.13 - Fire Alarm Pull Stations
28 31 53.23 - Fire Alarm Level Detectors Switches
28 31 53.33 - Fire Alarm Flow Switches
28 31 53.43 - Fire Alarm Pressure Sensors
28 31 63 - Fire Alarm Integrated Audio Visual Evacuation Systems
28 31 63.13 - Fire Alarm Horns and Strobes
28 32 13 - Radiation Detection and Alarm Control, GUI, and Logic Systems
28 32 23 - Radiation Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems
28 32 33 - Radiation and Alarm Detection Sensors
28 32 43 - Radiation and Alarm Dosimeters
28 33 13 - Fuel-Gas Detection and Alarm Control, GUI, and Logic Systems
28 33 23 - Fuel-Gas Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems
28 33 33 - Fuel-Gas Detection Sensors
28 34 13 - Fuel-Oil Detection and Alarm Control, GUI, and Logic Systems
28 34 23 - Fuel-Oil Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems
28 34 33 - Fuel-Oil Detection Sensors
31 63 29.16 - Cased Drilled Concrete Piers
33 71 36 - Extra-High-Voltage Wiring
33 71 36.13 - Overhead Extra-High-Voltage Wiring
33 71 39 - High-Voltage Wiring
33 71 39.13 - Overhead High-Voltage Wiring
33 71 49 - Medium-Voltage Wiring
33 71 49.13 - Overhead Medium-Voltage Wiring
33 81 23 - Aerial Cable Installation Hardware
33 82 13 - Copper Communications Distribution Cabling
33 82 13.13 - Copper Splicing and Terminations
33 82 23 - Optical Fiber Communications Distribution Cabling
33 82 23.13 - Optical Fiber Splicing and Terminations
33 82 33 - Coaxial Communications Distribution Cabling
33 82 33.13 - Coaxial Splicing and Terminations
34 21 16 - Traction Power Substations
34 21 16.13 - AC Traction Power Substations
34 21 16.16 - DC Traction Power Substations
40 95 33.13 - Cabled Process Control Networks
40 95 33.23 - Fiber Optic Process Control Networks
40 95 33.33 - Wireless Process Control Networks
40 95 73 - Process Control Wiring

Project Experience

  • Union
  • Non-Union
  • Prevailing Wages (Davis Bacon)
  • Public
  • Private
  • Service Work/Repairs
  • Projects From $100,000 to $3,000,000

Diversity

  • Woman Business Enterprise
  • Small Business Enterprise
  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
  • Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Biz
  • Small Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
  • Woman-Owned Small Business

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Service Area and Locations Map for All Wire Electric

Associations & Memberships

WBE (Women's Business Enterprise)
WBE (Women's Business Enterprise)
Better Business Bureau
Better Business Bureau
MBA (Master Builders Assn. of King County)
MBA (Master Builders Assn. of King County)

Preferred Brands

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Cooper
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GE
Silent Knight
Silent Knight
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Square D
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