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 Industrial and Commercial Electrical Construction

Seven Decades of Successful Projects

Since our inception in 1946, Triangle Electric, Inc. has remained locally owned and has operated primarily in eastern Montana and western North Dakota. Triangle Electric specializes in large industrial and commercial electrical construction projects. Throughout the years, Triangle Electric has produced a sizable crop of highly skilled, well-trained, and competent industrial oilfield electricians.

Triangle Electric’s reputation as a legitimate contractor has been earned through nearly 7 decades of successful projects and satisfied customers. With bases of operation located in Williston, Watford City, and Tioga, Triangle Electric has the ability to effectively serve all areas of western North Dakota.  As the Bakken continues to grow, we look forward to serving new customers and taking on new challenges.

Oil & Gas

We have the experience, equipment fleet, and skilled manpower to fulfill your requirements,
no matter how complex.

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We have several project managers specializing in commercial work who have decades of experience estimating and overseeing these projects.

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Parts Supply

Triangle Electric stocks an abundant supply of electrical motors for pumping units, hazardous locations, and many other applications.

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Triangle Electric Projects

Williston ASG and Birthing Center
1st International Bank, Waterford City, ND
Enbridge - Stanley Station
EOG Rail Terminal, Stanley, ND
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Industrial Automation.

A UL listed panel shop providing design-build automation services since 2008.

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Safety and Quality Control

Our employees go through a strict checklist to make sure that every job site is safe and meets the standard of quality that you have come to expect from Triangle Electric, Inc.

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