Jack’s Electric Service, Inc was founded on January 1, 1970 by John B. Huck (Jack).  His son James D Huck became president in 1984 and in 1994 James passed the torch to his son Lloyd Huck, the current president.  Jeremiah Johnson joined the company in 2006.  In the last 49 years the company has partnered with owners and general contractors to complete hundreds of successful construction projects throughout the metro area.

Jack's Electric Service has successfully completed electrical projects of varying sizes with the largest totaling $8M (Loyola University's Monroe Hall with Broadmoor LLC).   We pour ourselves into every project, and have a special interest in projects that make a difference in our community and the lives of others.   

We've developed several areas of electrical expertise.  Among them are Multi-Family Dwelling, Historic Tax Credit Renovations, Sports Field Lighting, Medical Office Buildings,  Theaters, Schools, and Restaurants.  Whether it's a LEAN target value delivery, design build or assist or a prints and specs project, we'll present solutions that keep projects in budget and deliver value.  We know that Innovation Leads To Opportunities and it's part of what we do everyday at Jack's.

We believe in a LEAN approach and operate Jack's on sound Core Values.  Our employees believe and live these Core Values as well.  If you think our Core Values are just words on a wall, ask any employee about them.  They wear them on their uniforms every day and can explain each of our Core Values to you.