Young Electrical Contractors, Inc. (YEC) was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Sandy Spring, Maryland. The officers of Young Electrical Contractors have been involved in the electrical industry since 1976. The firm is a woman owned Union Contractor and Local Disadvantaged Business Enterprise certified with the Washington Metropolitan Area Airport Authority.
YEC's project history includes experience in government, educational, laboratory, and health-care facility construction. YEC specializes in high security government installations, including the Naval Research Laboratories, Defense Mapping Agency, Andrews Air Force Base, Bolling Air Force Base, Fort Belvoir, Fort McNair and the Pentagon. Commercial projects include retail spaces, hotels office buildings, and parking garages. Educational projects include work for the University of Maryland, Prince George’s Community College, District of Columbia Public Schools, Montgomery College, Fairfax City School Board and Montgomery County Public Schools. YEC has teamed with numerous general contractors to successfully complete projects on time and within budget.
Some of Young Electrical Contractors most notable projects include the Food and Drug Administration CDER-II Office Building in White Oak, MD; Bell-Lincoln Multi-Cultural Middle/High School in Washington, DC; National Institute of Health Building 50 in Bethesda, MD; Pentagon Athletic Center in Arlington, VA; and Anacostia Gateway Office Building/Parking Garage in Washington, DC.