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Get to know our owner, CEO, and President, Adissa Barry, better in this article about her recognition from the Governor’s Office and ABC Baltimore:

Governor’s Citation Award Adissa Barry, Owner, President and CEO of TEI Electrical Solutions, was recently recognized by ABC Baltimore and the Governor Office. She served as a panelist for ABC Baltimore’s “ABCs of MWBE Certification Panel Discussion and Network.” The event featured an impressive panel of Minority and Business Owned Enterprise leaders. Barry was invited


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TEI Electrical Solutions worked in collaboration with Kinsley Construciton to complete an Electrical Construction Project.

TEI Electrical Solutions completed electrical construction of the Drumcastle Parking Garage located in the 6400 block of York Road in Baltimore County.  The new 530 space garage doubled the capacity of the previous 273 space garage, which serves about 1/3 of the 900 people who work at the Drumcastle Governmental Complex.   TEI Electrical Solutions was


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TEI Electrical recently completed an electrical infrastructure project in Bethesda, MD. Take a look at the project overview and learn more about TEI

Electrical Infrastructure Project The Defense Intelligence Agency required an accelerated schedule for this high priority project. Our experience with Revit coordination projects and the installation of major electrical infrastructure such as Medium Voltage feeder cables, Switch Gear, Generators and Uninterruptible Power Supplies was instrumental in adhering to the governments scheduled completion date.   Project Challenges


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TEI Electrical Solutions completed a $1.3M project at the JHU Community Psychiatry facility in collaboration with Whiting-Turner. Learn More!

JHU Community Psychiatry Project TEI Electrical Solutions completed a $1.3M project at the Johns Hopkins University Community Psychiatry facility in collaboration with Whiting-Turner.  The 70,000 square foot facility, located on East Lombard Street in Baltimore and near the main campus of Johns Hopkins Hospital, was previously an empty shell.   The scope of work included:


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