We are headquartered in sunny Phoenix Arizona with offices in:
Tucson AZ - Scottsdale AZ - Phoenix AZ - Las Vegas NV
Our corporate headquarters is located in the "Valley of the Sun" or better known as Phoenix, Arizona. The wonderful weather nearly year-round helps us attract and retain a very talented labor force.
We enjoy visitors and welcome you to experience our hospitality. Here's how to locate us.
From downtown Phoenix, take Interstate 17 (I-17) North to the Deer Valley Road (East) exit.
On Deer Valley Road head East to 2nd Avenue and turn right. Heading south about 400', you will see the Gruber Industries building on the left-hand side. The street address is 21439 North 2nd Ave.
If you need further assistance please contact us at 602.863.2655 or toll-free at 800.658.5883.
Gruber Technical Services has been involved in Electrical Contracting since 1984.
Our 7 figure bonding capacity allows us to participate in even the largest projects and experienced Project Managers along with a knowledgeable staff of estimators, designers, and engineers make Gruber Technical a wise choice for any size electrical project.
Gruber Technical Services has been involved in voice/data cabling since 1984.
As a pioneer in the voice and data cabling field, Gruber Industries maintained its leadership position throughout the years by both manufacturing cabling products, and maintaining a voice/data cabling installation division, both of which pave the way for innovations in the industry such as Modular Technology, and development of the first Category Patch Panel.
As a result, Gruber products and services have become a standard in this industry.
Our wide range of capabilities include:
- Voice and Data Cabling Design and Installation
- Outside Plant Wiring
- Fiber Optic Design and Installation
- Video, CATV, Cabling Installation
- Security System Installation
- Network Design and Installation
- Internet and Intranet Installation
Almost every single Fortune 500 company has incorporated Gruber products in their cabling system, and many have contracted us to provide cabling installation services. Our unprecedented SYSTEM 2000 LIFETIME WARRANTY products are the benchmark of quality and dependability other manufacturers are measured against. All our installations include this series of undeniably superior products.
Our 7 figure bonding capacity allows us to participate in even the largest projects and experienced Project Managers along with a knowledgeable staff of estimators, designers, and engineers make Gruber Industries a wise choice for any size cabling project.
Gruber Technical Services has been providing, servicing, and installing Access Floor (Raised Floor) since 1984. Access floor technology brings the evolution of building design to the next level. Underfloor air, wiring, and data cabling services combined with significant structural advantages offer incomparable first-build and long-term value and flexibility.
Raised floor systems deliver an unlimited ability to reconfigure data and electrical systems on demand. Underfloor air distribution reduces energy costs, improves indoor air quality, and enhances personal productivity and comfort. These benefits and more reside in a green building, environmentally-conscious construction solution.
Gruber Technical Services is licensed and authorized by a number of manufacturers to install and resell of a variety of Access Floor including:
- Steel Panel
- Bare Panel
- Wood Core
- Carpeted Panel
- Aluminum Panel
- Cement Filled Panel
Gruber Technical Services also services Access Floor:
- Access Floor Leveling
- Access Floor Static Treatment
- Access Floor Trim Edge Repair
- Access Floor Understructure Repair
- Access Floor Sub-Floor Cleaning and Sealing
- Access Floor High-Pressure Laminate (HPL) Repair
Our 7 figure bonding capacity allows us to participate in even the largest projects and experienced Project Managers along with a knowledgeable staff of estimators, designers, and engineers make Gruber Industries a wise choice for any size project.
Whether your floor was installed in the '70s or the '90s, we can match it. Our Panel Replacement Service is fast and efficient. We offer competitively priced replacement components. We have the ability to properly identify, match and provide you with a price for replacement components for your floor system.
Even if your floor was installed when the data processing managers wore white shoes, bell bottoms, white belts, and lime green leisure suits, we can help you.
Gruber Technical Services designs, sells and installs home electronics systems that deliver the ultimate home experience. We work with homeowners, architects, and home builders. Our clients include celebrities and the installed portfolio includes home automation projects in the top 500 dwellings in the USA. Our system designs include:
- Home theaters
- Whole-house music systems
- Telephone systems
- Custom security systems
- Home automation
- Lighting control systems
- Structured cabling/star wiring
- Central vacuum systems
We Provide Expertise
Building a high-performance home system starts with careful planning. We take the time to examine your home and talk with you about how you plan to use your system.
- We create detailed drawings so we can see exactly where every element of your system should go.
- We provide options for any size budget.
- We help you select products that meet your needs in terms of usage, size, and output.
- We make sure every piece you choose will integrate well with the rest of your system — a vital detail to ensure your system runs properly, but a step many of our competitors ignore.
Because we plan ahead, our installations are quick and smooth. We’ll be out of your way on schedule so you can begin enjoying your system.
The Details Make the Difference
Will your system’s performance be just satisfactory… or truly superior? The answer depends on the details.
Gruber Technical Services leaves no detail undone, so you can be assured your system will perform to its full potential. We handle details differently — little things that make a big difference in how your system works
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Professional Organizations and Associations
7x24 Exchange is the leading knowledge exchange for those who design, build, use and maintain mission-critical enterprise information infrastructures, 7x24 Exchange's goal is to improve end-to-end reliability by promoting dialogue among these groups.
AFCOM (Association for Data Center Professionals) is a leading association for data center professionals, offering services to help support the management of data centers around the world. AFCOM was established in 1981 to offer data center managers the latest information and technology they need through annual conferences, published magazines, research and hotline services, industry alliances and more.
Association for Facilities Engineers provides education, certification, technical information and other relevant resources for plant and facility engineering, operations and maintenance professionals worldwide. AFE also publishes the Facilities Engineering Journal and provides online training and professional development resources.
"The mission of the Building Owners and Managers Association International is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards, and information."
IFMA was established in 1980 as a not-for-profit association dedicated to promoting excellence in the management of facilities. Globally, IFMA spots trends, conducts research, provides educational programs, and assists corporate and organizational facility managers in developing strategies to manage human, facility and real estate resources.
The 2004 Facilities Industry Survey was conducted as a collaboration of IFMA and five other facility management organizations and publications. The objective of the study was to:
- Capture industry demographics
- Gain a better understanding of facility organizations managed by the respondents
- Identify current and future issues relevant to the industry
- Determine to what degree responsibilities have changed over time, and
- Identify work challenges and ways to improve work.
- The 2002 Energy Awareness Survey investigated facilities managers' attitudes and policies toward energy conservation and power quality. A variety of sizes, locations, and industries were included.
- Publications & Web Sites (Industry information, articles, and white papers)
Continuity Insights: continuityinsights.com
Data Center Journal: datacenterjournal.com
Energy User News: energyusernews.com
Facilities Management Resource Site: fmlink.com
Facility City: facilitycity.com
Maintenance Technology: mt-online.com
This is the internet companion to the magazine which focuses on plant equipment reliability, maintenance, and asset management.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. sets the standards for battery monitoring and maintenance. They have a bimonthly publication, IEEE Power & Energy magazine. ieee.org