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20 years+

in the making


2003 with 3 employees


2024 with over 300 employees

In 1980, Dean Kredit began his career in electrical contracting working for various firms. Eight years later, Dean started NJM Electric. After having the company for twelve years, Dean sold it to IES in 2000. Not long after that, Dean started his next venture, K2 Electric. Over the years, he has attended many electrical courses; which include, the National Electric Code, Motor Control, and management classes. He has remained involved in numerous industry associations and serves as national treasurer on the board for the IEC Foundation. Dean has most enjoyed the people he has worked with at K2. He says, “There’s nothing like our K2 team.” Having the opportunity to work alongside his sons over the past 15+ years has also been a highlight for Dean.


White "K2 Electric" logo featuring a stylized letter "K" with a lightning bolt through it on a transparent background, emphasizing the company's expertise in prefabrication.


Established by Dean Kredit with 3 employees, our largest project during this time was Fellowship Church in Anthem, AZ for $151,000.
K2 grows to 15 employees, taking on more tenant improvement work and growing our commercial market.
Nick Kredit joins the company the same year we land our largest project to date, a Life Time Fitness in Goodyear for $1.2 million.
Jared Kredit joins the company during the recession, a time when we had to come together and work to keep K2 open.
Coming out of the recession strong, we grew to 50 employees and landed our first Amazon project with Renaissance.
Matt Kuiper established the Service Division while the company grew it's education and renewable energy markets.
This was a year of growth where the company experienced 5x revenue growth.

Nick and Jared Kredit became minority partners, making even more of a commitment to the company and team.
The Tucson Division opened and we were awarded Rivulon and Isagenix, two biggest commercial contracts worth $6.4M.
Our Prefab Division began and we were awarded Contractor of the Year for IEC. The largest project this year was $2.8M.
Jared Kredit became president of K2, we reached 130 employees and awarded our first JOC Contract with the City of Scottsdale.
We experienced 43% revenue growth with a large increase in industrial project work. We also were an Ace Award winner.
K2 was awarded the Ritz Carlton, our largest project ever. We were also named a Top 10 Company for Best Places to Work.
Not only were we awarded our first data center project, we won the La Posada project in Tucson, our largest project to date.
The K2 Lean Journey began, purchasing a 35,000 sqft prefab shop, hitting 200 employees and reaching our largest revenue to date.




leads to a strong future

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