From manufacturing to multifamily, Roman Electric helps industry leaders make their mark on Wisconsin. No job is too big.
After 90 years in business, our team has seen it all. Roman Electric knows the unique demands of your industry and can help you lower your costs and get the job done faster.
We thrive on designing custom electrical power and lighting systems for the commercial and retail industry. We know you need to open your facility quickly, and so we focus on how to speed up the process and work most efficiently.
The Clock Shadow Building was being erected on a small footprint, which presents unique challenges for storage, logistics and supplies.View Case Study
Roman Electric was contracted to install energy-efficient lighting at over 50 McDonald’s locations in Wisconsin, replacing traditional fixtures that were each burning 175 Watts, 24 hours a day.View Case Study
The owners were turning a small historical building into a vibrant multi-use space, transforming a church into a lively brewery, bar and restaurant.View Case Study
Roman was asked to provide wiring methods for various types of occupancies throughout the building, including an aquatic center, fitness studios and a child care center. Each required a specific approach.View Case Study
Ernie von Schledorn Ford wanted to continue to light their property while finding innovative ways to save on their electric bill.View Case Study
Roman’s electrical engineers and designers balance the building’s needs with patient needs to help create innovative healthcare facilities. Our team has served hospitals and medical centers throughout the region since 1929.
A repeat client of Roman Electric, St. Anne's asked us to provide high-quality services while keeping costs reasonable.View Case Study
This multi-story, multi-disciplinary hospital required Roman to install, program, integrate and test a wide range of systems.View Case Study
As the facility expanded, new emergency and critical systems had to extend from existing hospital infrastructure without affecting operations.View Case Study
Your facility has to run smoothly, always. That’s why Roman Electric takes a comprehensive approach to electrical service for distribution & logistics centers, handling everything from building infrastructure to machine wiring and high voltage wiring.
As Amazon prepared to expand in Kenosha, the build-out for their half-million square foot facility was on an especially aggressive and fast-spaced schedule. Roman was asked to complete the building's electrical work in record time.View Case Study
This refrigerated warehouse required a distributed electrical system to the various pieces of refrigeration equipment, including both underground feeds below a heated concrete pad and overhead feeds to penthouses 40 feet above grade.View Case Study
Uline is the leading distributor of shipping, industrial and packaging materials to businesses throughout North America, and this mammoth facility contains more area than 18 football fields. The sheer size and height of the building demanded smart planning to guarantee that resources were always at hand.View Case Study
Roman was called to incorporate the tenant's new electrical requirements into a building that was already under construction during the cold winter months.View Case Study
With so many users under one roof, multifamily developments require the most effective use of power. Our team of experts focus on safety and efficiency while creating a customized system for each multifamily project.
7seventy7 was one of the largest projects in Roman's history, requiring design/build services for electrical low voltage and audio/visual components and installation in a building with very few drywall ceilings.View Case Study
Roman was tasked with installing new electrical wiring systems for residences into a 100-year old concrete building.View Case Study
Roman was enlisted to help remodel a historic building, running power through an existing structure with slanted floors and working around 18-inch-thick concrete, a style not normally used in modern construction.View Case Study
When Roman was approached for this electrical work, the contractors presented a challenge: all work would need to be completed without disrupting the operating grocery store below the new apartments.View Case Study
This sprawling, five-wing campus style project that included multiple occupancy types made managing our workforce more difficult than normal.View Case Study
With a historic Pabst building being gutted to make room for large indoor courtyards, Roman was brought in to create electrical systems that fit the new use of the space.View Case Study
Roman Electric jumps at the chance to be a design/build contractor on manufacturing projects. In this role, we can provide cost savings and innovative thinking on the things that matter to manufacturers: power, lighting, automation and more.
Roman Electric was hired to provide underground feeds for both line voltage and low voltage to over 200 pieces of equipment. Stub-up locations needed to be within an inch of their designated locations.View Case Study
Relocate the existing Kenall manufacturing plant to a whole new facility, while providing the electrical solutions they would need now and in the years to come.View Case Study
Bradley Corporation is an older company that wanted a new, refreshed facility. Roman was contracted to help create a very high-tech facility that required a lot of power.View Case Study
We are a trusted partner for schools, religious institutions and transit organizations in the Milwaukee region. We’re well-versed in the unique budgetary needs and approval processes involved in institutional projects.
Roman was asked to complete a high-end design/build educational facility project on an exceptionally fast schedule.View Case Study
Holy Apostles Catholic Church wanted to install state-of-the-art LED lighting while respecting the more traditional architecture and style of the church.View Case Study
The church asked for a replacement of their entire power system, essentially renovating their 1875 building without having it look like a renovation.View Case Study
Roman Electric was contracted to add wiring to an aging structure while keeping the existing structure intact, supporting the cabling from old clay ceilings.View Case Study