Why we do what we do

In the world today electrical systems are at the heart of every operation and every industry. Without that power, and the proper control of that power, office buildings cannot power the lights and computers that transact business and manufacturing facilities cannot operate the machines that produce their goods. In short, the modern world comes to a halt. IER exists to insure that the equipment for your world is configured the way you want it and available in the time frame you need it so your world can continue to operate.

How we do what we do

IER partners with electrical distributors and manufacturers to offer quick solutions to your power distribution and motor control needs. One of IER’s specialties is the ability to create non-standard and or custom packaged solutions to fit your needs. This is accomplished by employing three key ingredients to help us meet your needs.

  1. Inventory a large amount of electrical equipment by the leading manufacturers to ensure we have what you need when you need it. This allows for meeting same day and next day deliveries for both standard and customized equipment in many cases.
  2. Provide engineering design via tried and proven 3D CAD systems to ensure the design is accurate and repeatable every time. This allows to design right before going to production, and ensures that you know exactly what you are getting so you can plan with confidence.
  3. Utilize the most advanced CNC fabrication equipment available to produce your equipment in house. Utilizing high precision CNC equipment and controlling the manufacturing process in house gives us the flexibility to accomplish any design as well as the ability to meet your delivery schedule because we control the entire process.

Value proposition for Electrical Distributors

IER helps distributors provide turnkey and custom packaged solutions to end-users without having to invest in a custom electrical shop of their own. This allows the distributor to focus on what is most important, servicing the customer and optimizing the supply chain for their customer.

Value proposition for the Manufacturer

As the electrical industry evolves, the electrical manufacturer has continued to innovate with new technologies and quality manufacturing practices to better serve the industry. In doing so, custom solutions and one-off designs become harder and harder to accomplish without high levels of interaction, manual processes and elevated costs. IER helps bring these innovations to life through our combination of electrical integration and mechanical fabrication. For the manufacturer, this partnership is key as it allows them to continue to focus on product innovation and perfect high volume manufacturing techniques without sacrificing the customers need for customization and turnkey packaging.

Value proposition for the End User

For the end user IER brings the ability to have a solution the way you want and in a time frame that meets your demanding schedule. You also have this through the local distributor you are already working with so there is no need to change procurement practices, and with the trusted manufactures that you depend on day in day out.

Associations and Partners

IER carries UL Extensions on Siemens Panels & Motor Control Centers – (1 of only 4 companies in the US with this recognition)


UL Recognitions

  • UL 508A – Industrial Control Panel
  • UL 50 – Enclosures
  • UL 67 – Panel Boards
  • UL 845 – Extension: Motor Control CentersUL 508A NNNY – Explosion Proof Control Panel



  • Contactors
  • Converters
  • Electrical Connectors
  • Electrical Panels
  • Electro-Magnets
  • Fuses
  • Generators
  • Lighting Products
  • Other Electrical Equipment
  • Plugs & Receptacles
  • Power Supplies
  • Relays
  • Switches
  • Transformers
  • Wire & Cable
  • Controls
  • Enclosures
  • Panel Boards
  • Test & Measure
  • Welding & Soldering


  • Bending
  • Cutting
  • Drawing
  • Design
  • Forming
  • Lay-up
  • Other Fabrication
  • Punching
  • Slitting
  • Structural Fabrication
  • Welding



  • Fabrication
  • Custom Enclosures
  • Welding
  • Bending
  • Punching
  • Cutting
  • Slitting
  • Structural Fabrication
  • Assembly
  • Laser Cutting
  • Laser Engraver
  • Turret die punching machine
  • Drill and tap
  • Press Brake



  • Amada Laser 3015 – up to 1” Plate Steel, 5X10 Sheet
  • Amada Turret EMK M2 – up to ¼” Plate, 5X10 Sheet
  • OTC Daihen FD-V6L 6-Axis Welding Robot – 3 Station, 1” Capability
  • EHRT Holecut 40-6 Copper Punch Machine – Up to 8” Wide, 3/8” Thick
  • EHRT EB-30 Copper Bending Machine – Twisting & Edge bending Capability
  • Amada Press Brake 110 Ton – Up to 10’ Length
  • Accurshear 625010 – ¼” x 10’
  • PQ Ovens Industrial Walk-In Powder Coat Oven – 10’ X 10’ X 10”
  • Radial Drill – Drill & Tap up to 6”
  • Knuth ABS300 Automated Band Saw – Cut up to 16” Square