Biz Spotlight: KR Lamming Electric

Friday, August 02 at 09:05 AM
Category: Business Banking

Keith Lamming and Bryan Singleton founded KR Lamming Electric in Kansas City, Mo., in July 2006. KR Lamming Electric is an electrical contractor company that provides electrical services to government federal agencies as well as commercial, industrial and residential industries.

Their lighting will shine on you when you visit some of the area’s high profile projects such as The Roasterie, The Whole Person headquarters, Dave Cross Motors, Aspen Heights Student Housing project, TJ-Maxx/Home Goods, CVS- Prairie Village and Olathe and Seasons 52-Country Club Plaza, just to name a few.

KR Lamming Electric* prides themselves on their ability to engineer, design, install and service state-of-the-art electrical systems that address the needs of their clients. Work is completed with the utmost attention to safety and in compliance with all state and federal regulations.

KR Lamming’s great record of performance from planning to execution of each project shows they have the knowledge and expertise required to execute each electrical job. Under the personal supervision of President Keith Lamming, who himself is a master electrician with 15 years of experience in the electrical field, the business has built their reputation on their commitment to service quality, the quality of the staff and cost effectiveness of their solutions. They provide exceptional solutions and services in a cost competitive manner while keeping safety a priority.

Lamming and Singleton’s business continued to grow at a time when other electrical companies were not able to keep their doors open. With this growth came new challenges. That’s when these entrepreneurs approached Arvest. They wanted to provide benefits to their talented electricians, project managers and employees. They consulted with their business banker and their business partner and found Arvest could help them provide benefits, payroll and a retirement plan.

“Whenever we need help Arvest is there,” said Keith Lamming, President.

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Tags: Arvest Biz, Business Banking, Kansas City, Missouri
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