Delucchi Electric has been the Bay Area’s electrical prefabrication solution since 2010.
We have served contractors all over the Bay Area on all kinds of projects.
We've worked on:
multi-story office buildings | data centers | biotech labs | industrial manufacturing facilities | historical building renovations | food processing facilities | schools | hospitals | medical clinics
Want to know where Bill got the idea for a prefab shop? Check out the history tab!
How did it all start?
As Bill worked his way from apprentice to general foreman, he noticed areas of the electrical construction process which could be more efficient by using prefabrication. Working for various electrical contractors, Bill picked up best practices of the trade and formed the foundation for his base assemblies. In 2010 he took his 20 years of experience as an electrician and United States Army Engineer Officer and started Delucchi Electric out of his backyard. The company has undergone rapid growth since its inception.
Delucchi Electric is your experienced prefabrication expert, and we're here to serve you!
Want to know the whole story? Watch the video below!
President and Owner
Bill Delucchi, Owner and President of Delucchi Electric, has worked in the construction industry for the past 20 years. Bill combined his knowledge of the electrical trade, skills learned in the Army Corps of Engineers, and passion for innovation to create Delucchi Electric in 2010. Since then he has grown his customer base and moved the shop from his garage to its current location in Menlo Park, CA.
Bill is originally from Washington state. He was part of the ROTC program at Santa Clara University and graduated with a BS in Political Science.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Mike Weseloh is the Director of Sales and Marketing at Delucchi Electric. He has 20 years of product development experience at companies like Mitsubishi. Over the course of his career he held positions in both sales and marketing which included roles as voting member in IEEE, board member for the ZigBee Alliance and the steering committee for Universal Plug and Play.
Mike is originally from the Bay Area. He was a member of the Sigma Pi fraternity at Santa Clara University and graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering.