About Inphase Electric and Controls
Inphase was incorporated on September 20, 2006 by Lee Babranyi. For over 11 years Inphase has been building its business on client satisfaction. Our day-to-day operations are reliant on our customers choosing us over others to get the job done right and on time. We work with our clients, big and small, to get the job done to their expectations. Inphase employs a large number of exceptionally proficient and able tradesmen that have the knowledge to get tasks done skilfully and right the first time. We also feel that the apprenticeship program is extremely vital in our industry, we take pride in training our employees properly. We are a very close knit company with a dedication to satisfaction, quality and safety. We are confident that we can complete your project efficiently and cost effectively while delivering a quality end product.
Who We Are
Mike was introduced to Apex Controls and Instrumentation in 2000. He started out doing Dri-Flo Meter Calibrations and slowly worked his way up to manager/partner and completed his Apprenticeship at SAIT in 2006, right before his first daughter was born. Mike was at Apex for 12 years looking after 3 shops and up to 20 guys at times. He loves to camp and spend time with his family when he isn’t working.
Steve has been in the Electrical trade since 2006. Started his apprenticeship as a maintenece electrician in the Alberta foothills but years later moved on to construction. Steve has constructed several oil and gas facilities throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan. In his free time he enjoys hunting and snowmobiling.
Lee got his start in the electrical field in 1999. He has worked on various large industrial and oil and gas projects in Southern Alberta. In Sept 2006 he started Inphase Electric Inc. in his hometown of Taber Alberta. He has a young family who resides in Taber. When time permits he enjoys kick boxing, hunting, camping and various other hobbies.