Our Company

Low Voltage Solutions, headquartered in Farmers Branch, Texas, is a local woman owned business (WBE) as recognized by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. We were founded in 2011 as a performance-driven, safety-oriented company specializing in the installation of low voltage systems for commercial buildings. Our strong emphasis is Building Automation and Fire Alarm Systems (ACR-1762752). We are fully insured and have the bonding capacity to handle current projects as well as a developing backlog. Cumulatively, our team members have over 200 years of relevant experience and provide the backbone of our organization. We are committed and pride ourselves in delivering more than just an electrical installation by offering a level of project management unique to our industry. This includes contractor coordination, safety training, project scheduling, progress updates, and documented communication. We strive to provide solid experience and the finest quality service to our customers in a manner that is more efficient and economical than our competitors. 


Deliver the highest quality low voltage system installations in a safe, fun and employee friendly environment with a customer satisfaction rating that is second to none. 


To be the industry’s preferred and most utilized low voltage electrical installer.

Core Values

Positive attitude, loyal, high level of integrity, personable, competitive, competence, and respect.



Micah manages the day-to-day operations of the firm with direct reports from Administration, Materials Management, and the Safety Committee. Additionally, Micah manages the marketing of Low Voltage Solutions by implementing all go-to-market strategies including branding and customer outreach events. Her sales, management, and marketing skills have been key in growing the business in three regional branches located in Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin/San Antonio, and Oklahoma City. Additionally, she develops a supportive, team-oriented company culture by organizing employee team building events and producing a company newsletter. When Micah is not leading the organization internally, she is busy giving back to those in the community. She serves on the United Way of Denton County board and marketing committee, and the Denton Go Red for Women Luncheon (American Heart Association). This sense of philanthropy was reflected in teams from all branches donating their time and supplies during the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Micah holds a Bachelor of Arts with a minor in journalism from Cameron University, and has worked in the construction industry since 2011.



Tri provides the executive and financial management of the organization. He works closely with the leadership team to ensure each branch operates in a manner that maximizes efficiency and profitability. Additionally, Tri oversees the growth of the business by seeking ways to separate the company from the competition. This includes adding layers of organizational structure, fostering a team environment, providing multiple business offerings (i.e. controls, fire alarm, security, data installations etc.), offering Microsoft project creation and maintenance, as well as proposing BIM participation and coordination on a project basis. Under Tri’s guidance, Low Voltage Solutions has been able to secure high profile projects in three booming markets. These successes include the State Farm Dallas hub, Southwest Airlines headquarters, Facebook Data Center, JW Marriott hotel in downtown Austin, DFW International Airport Terminal Renovations, the Tinker Air Force Base EMS upgrade, and 499 Sheridan. Tri holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering technology from Cameron University. 



Amy began working for Low Voltage Solutions in 2015 as the organization’s Administrator. Her duties included employee payroll processing, certified payroll reports, contract documentation, accounts payable, and providing overall support for all three branches. As she gained knowledge of the construction industry, she demonstrated a desire to expand her skill set and take on an active role on the company safety management team. She has since shifted out of administration and into providing oversight and adherence to the Low Voltage Solutions’ safety policies and procedures. Amy is responsible for submitting site-specific safety documentation, ensuring employees have site-required certifications, and conducting project safety walks to verify compliance. She maintains OSHA-300 logs for each branch and current SDS sheets. Additionally, she spot checks our projects to ensure the quality standards of Low Voltage Solutions, as well as those of our customers, are being met and exceeded. Amy holds an OSHA-30 card and has successfully completed TEXO’s Safety First training program.



Connie is responsible for the overall management of the Dallas/Fort Worth branch team, ongoing projects, and new business development. She joined Low Voltage Solutions in 2013 and quickly began managing the day-to-day activities, including employee oversight, branch financial responsibility, estimating, and sales. Connie’s flexibility and eagerness to be the best has aided in the growth of the Dallas branch, which executes DDC control projects ranging from the smallest box additions to the multi-high rise skyline changers. Additionally, she is developing a portfolio of projects that add the fire alarm and security segments to the business. She has a strong team around her and with a robust talent base, the Dallas team is delivering results. Current projects include Dallas Cowboys and Toyota headquarters, AT&T, 4000 Horizon, Cypress Waters, Cook Children’s, and the DFW Airport. Connie holds a Bachelor of Arts from Ashford University.



Shawn is responsible for team oversight, business growth, and financial management for the Oklahoma market. He started in the construction industry as an apprentice electrician. Today, each of his employees go through the same training process to ensure uniformity across services and to add to the overall employee skillset base. Shawn’s extensive construction experience and team-building skills have led to the growth of the Oklahoma branch, allowing Low Voltage Solutions to secure major projects like the 499 Sheridan, Tinker Air Force Base, Fort Sill, University of Oklahoma Stephenson Research Center, St. Anthony North Urgent Care, and the Oklahoma City VA Medical Center. Shawn is a licensed journeyman electrician and holds an Unlimited Contractor’s license with the state of Oklahoma, and a Texas Masters Electrician license.



Richard proudly joined the team in late 2013 to help develop the Austin / San Antonio branch, allowing Low Voltage Solutions to extend service offerings to new and existing clients in the Central Texas region. He has 15 years of construction experience, ranging from landscaping and geotechnical science to Department of Defense contract management and executive program management of healthcare information systems infrastructure construction. The Austin / San Antonio team has amassed a growing portfolio of successful projects, including the Baylor University McLane Football Stadium, the JW Marriott Hotel in downtown Austin, the Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas, the Amazon Distribution Center in San Marcos, and the University of Texas Dell Medical Research School, as well as multiple office buildings, school districts, and medical centers in the area. Richard is PMP and ITIL certified, and received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas at Austin, and his MBA from the Texas State University McCoy College of Business Administration.

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