Values and Vision

Management and staff are dedicated to six basic values of construction. These are the keys to good customer service in our industry and a priority for all employees.


Safety is a first and foremost value in construction. All employees are trained in safe construction practices and expected to be leaders in its day to day use on the job site.


Backed by a 24/7 service fleet, customers can be assured that Bridge Electric will be available to provide service now and in the future.


Bridge Electric wants every project completed to be a source of pride for the whole company. This starts with quality components and highly trained electricians and finishes with the professional installations left on site. We believe in functional room layouts designed with future expansion in mind, straight conduit runs, neatly dressed panels, aligned lighting, and most importantly, making it as invisible as possible.


Bridge Electric believes in building long term relationships with their customers. In an open market place this can only happen if costs are kept competitive. This means that no matter the situation Bridge will price the work based on competitive market rates resulting in a price that can assure customer satisfaction while still providing a reasonable profit for the operations of Bridge Electric.

On time

Bridge Electric recognizes that once construction starts the next major owner milestone is occupancy. A building in construction doesn’t provide any value and value is what we strive to deliver in all aspects of our operation. As a following trade on site, it can be a challenge pushing the schedule. Our “On Time, Every Time” goal means we refuse to accept this as a barrier to success. This goal is difficult and Bridge Electric commits extraordinary efforts to it. Every employee of Bridge Electric is aware of the importance of this mission. They are trained to plan and co-ordinate their work and have the authority to take any reasonable action necessary to deliver “On Time”.


We believe people are the core of our company and the reason for our success. We strive to create a strong culture of teamwork and family beliefs. We want everyone who has a goal to be given the opportunity and resources to reach their goal. This also means that everyone moving into a leadership position is fully trained through our in house or external training programs.

Bridge Electric’s future depends on repeat business; consequently, we approach each job with the intention that it is the beginning of a long relationship with a new customer.

Safety Philosophy

Bridge Electric has a goal of zero lost time accidents for every project we undertake. We want each and every employee to arrive home from work without injury each and every day. Safety is priority number one and will never be sacrificed for productivity. Training is the first step in preventing accidents, and Bridge Electric ensures that all employees are trained in the fundamentals of job site safety when they are hired. Ongoing courses build on these fundamentals ensuring all employees are ready to safely take on almost any task. For those unique situations, our dedicated Safety Officer is able to review and plan a safe approach to the task. Bridge Electric sets the highest standard for safety while also maintaining the belief that it should not be the sole burden of the employee. The company provides, at no cost to the employees, all required non-personal site safety equipment. We arrange and pay for all first aid courses, equipment training sessions, and task safety training classes. Our dedicated Safety Officer actively visits each job site to review the site conditions and any specific issues rising from construction. We seek employee engagement in the safety program and look for feedback on how to improve. We also liaise with BCCSA and WorkSafeBC to ensure we are up to date with the latest legislation and practices. We annually conduct safety audits and are COR certified with ratings consistently in the 90’s. Your well-being is not something that should be taken for granted, so safety shortcuts are NEVER an option.

COR – Health & Safety COR – Injury Management