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Electric Distribution and Design Systems was founded in 1982 by Thomas Edds. When you contact us, you’ll speak directly to Thomas and get the personal attention you deserve.
Thomas Edds has served in the electrical trade for decades, coordinating projects between the general contractor, owner, architect, and field personnel. He has risen from apprentice, and Journeyman Electrician to become a Master Electrician, Project manager, and Estimator. He has supervised and scheduled projects of up to 2500 men on dozens of fast-track, high-pressure, and high-volume projects. Implementing policies, procedures, fabricating, installing, and troubleshooting of electrical, control systems and safety regulations on projects such as:
- Federal Reserve Bank Dallas
- Momentum Bank 62 storybldg, Dallas, TX.
- Texas Instruments Dallas DMOS5 Phase II tool hookup
- Texas Instruments Dallas CUP Cooling Tower demo & rebuild
- Texas Instruments Dallas South Building scrubber installation
- Texas Instruments Dallas North Building Water recirculation
- Texas Instruments Dallas DMOS5 D.I. Water recirculation
- Texas Instruments McKinney Area Remodel
- Twin Star Semiconductor Richardson facility, fab. Controls
- EDS-Plano Tennison 25KV Redundant Transmission Switching Station
- Kimberly Clark 25KV Transmission Transformer change-out Paris, Texas
- Kimberly Clark 25KV Transmission Transformer change-out Ogden, Utah
- Alcon Labs – 25KV Distribution, Ft Worth, Tx.
- GTETelopsDistribution, Ft. Worth, Tx.
- Momentum Bank 62 storybld, Dallas, TX.
- Crescent Hotel, Retail, Office space, Dallas, Tx.
- Twin Towers, Richmond, Virginia
- Chili’s Corporate Office, Dallas, Tx.
- IBM Solana – Southlake, Roanoke, TX.
Trade: Electrical Contractor License #: 31359 Expiration: 11-20-2020
Trade: Master Electrician License #: 232236 Expiration: 11-25-2020
We are proud to be involved in the Kairos Prison Ministry for the last 16 years. It is a program that offers faith-based group support to people in prison. Our accountability groups aim to get prisoners out of gangs and violent situations and to remind them that they are cared for. This program is something very near and dear to our hearts and we spend almost every weekend we have available offering our support. Our motto is “Listen Listen Love Love” and we fully believe in simply listening to their trauma and reminding them that they are loved.