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About us

What We Do & Where We Work

AMEC, LLC is proud to distinguish itself in the contracting service industry. With a strong background in electrical services, AMEC is also EDWOSB Certified (woman-owned and woman-controlled business) by the National Business Owners Corporation. When Susan Lindsey, a native of Greenville, started AMEC, LLC in September of 2009, she brought decades of knowledge from her family business. Her father, brothers, husband, and son all have electrical backgrounds, but she believed that the industry needed to have a voice for women.

It is through building great customer and vendor relationships that AMEC has been able to make further contacts in order to expand our services with other locally-owned, minority companies.

As a provider with expertise in Arc flash studies, electrical wiring, controls and instrumentation, Thermal/Infrared testing, and facility maintenance, AMEC has been able to complete several projects with accelerated lead times and realize significant gains in cost savings for our clients.




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We’re looking forward to talking with your about your industrial electrical needs. One of our experienced team members will be in touch with you very shortly after you fill out the form. 

150 years of combined experience

We’re seasoned professionals who know how to get the job done right.

Exceptional Training

We’re meticulous in all we do and it starts with exceptional training. 

Always on-call

We’re just a phone call away, ready to assist your business. 

Ready To Get Started?

Reach out to our team of electrial experts and schedule a consultation today. We look forward to talking with you.

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4601 White Horse Rd. STE-E
Greenville, S.C. 29611


Mon:7am - 5pm
Tue: 7am - 5pm
Wed: 7am - 5pm
Thur: 7am - 5pm

AMEC, LLC is licensed in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia to better serve our customers. 

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