Engineering News Record Mountain States magazine has recently recognized Cache Valley Electric as the 2011 Specialty Contractor of the Year. ENR (a McGraw Hill Publication) awarded CVE this prestigious honor because of its longevity, consistent service and steady leadership through the recent recession.
Cache Valley Electric, a family-based firm headquartered in Logan, Utah, has focused on superior quality construction and client relationships since 1915. This “tradition of excellence” continues under the direction of Jim Laub, grandson of CVE founder Henry F. Laub.
In 2011, Cache Valley Electric worked on significant local projects such as ATK, ITT, USTAR (both in Logan and SLC), Adobe and several large data centers. On a national level, CVE has participated in contracts for clients such as Nucor Steel in Alabama, Arkansas, South Carolina and North Carolina, Severstal in Columbus, Mississippi and ThyssenKrupp Steel in Calvert, Alabama.
Cache Valley Electric now employs approximately 1,000 people at offices in Salt Lake City, Utah, Portland, Oregon, Blytheville, Arkansas and most recently in Dallas, Texas.