Consistency and integrity drive our business—Thoma Electric has taken thousands of projects from design to full-service electrical construction and installation since 1962. On-time and under budget, we continue to offer high-quality services for all our commercial and industrial projects, from lighting and communication systems to environmental controls and alarm systems.

Resources and Expertise

As a full-service electrical construction company, Thoma Electric employs IBEW-trained and State-Certified Electrical and Communication Technicians to get the job done right. We have effectively managed crews of more than 120 electricians, and our company itself has reached upwards of 150 employees. We are a certified Berk-Tek OASIS Integrator, equipped with state-of-the-art fiber fusion splicing equipment and full-rage EIA/TIA-compliant communications cable testing equipment.

Thoma Electric’s signature is all over the Central Coast and throughout California. Projects include construction of advanced electrical systems, like the 300,000 sq. ft. production facility at Tolosa Winery and the 105,000 sq. ft. Cal Poly Engineering laboratories—the latter including fiber-optic and data communications infrastructure—as well as our work on the highly reliable power distribution system and critical standby power systems of the local Westcoast Communication node.

Notable Projects

Construction of the electrical systems for the Marian Medical Center, a 250,000 sq. ft. acute care hospital, and the power & communications systems for the Specialty Silicone Fabricator’s 110,000 sq. ft. building and clean room are two other highlights of our diverse body of work. Thoma Electric is proud to have provided reliable, critical standby power systems for the new Bakersfield Federal Courthouse and the Angeles National Forest Headquarters offices, as well as the power and communications technology systems for both projects.

Specialty Equipment

  • Fiber splicing and testing equipment
  • Bucket truck
  • Underground location and fault-finding equipment
  • Ground rod testing
  • Power monitoring and recording
  • Megger testing, 500- and 1000-volt