About us

Salmon electrical

Who are we?

Electrical construction has been part of the Salmon family for three generations. Our heritage is one of humble beginnings, hard-work, and discipline.


Our purpose is to create an environment of growth and opportunity for individuals, teams, and the company.

Professional. Loyal. Always get the job done.

Success, together

For us, it all comes down to people. We strive to have the right people in the right seats, practicing accountability and a shared commitment to problem-solving.


While other companies arrive with a crew, Salmon provides a solutions-oriented team that has your back through the completion of the job.


Not only do our senior leaders work in the field, our foremen are among the best in the nation. They have expert technical know-how, professional skills, and the support of a team that guides them throughout their career.

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A humble beginning to

a Powerhouse

Salmon Electrical Contractors is owned by Chad Salmon and was incorporated in Utah on February 1, 1992. A Utah based Company for over 30 years, we provide service throughout the state and in surrounding areas.


Our business has expanded to include two additional offices: North Las Vegas, Nevada and Boise, Idaho with additional licensing in Arizona, California, Washington, & Wyoming.


When you work with Salmon Electrical Contractors, you’ll find highly capable teams dedicated to projects ranging from industrial facilities to a 1,000+ unit apartment complex and everything in between. We navigate through difficult conditions and circumstances in order to get the job done on time. All the while, we stay motivated because we know difficult experiences refine us and make us stronger.


Salmon’s people are committed to Respect, Humility, Growth, Trust, and Discipline. This is who we are. We look forward to getting to know you.

“The Salmon mentality is to always get the job done. Timelines change on every project. Our teams do a great job eliminating excuses and meeting project deadlines.”