Bausum & Duckett Electric is Washington DC’s premier commercial electrician. We earned our reputation as a leading electrical contractor in Washington DC, & the DelMarVa region by consistently delivering professional workmanship and attention to detail — on time and on-budget, while cultivating lasting relationships with our commercial clients.

Our commercial department staff, with over 150 years of combined experience in electrical contracting, is well versed in all areas of electrical installations, maintenance, and repair and continues to stay abreast to meet the demands dictated by ever-changing technology. No project is too large or too small.

Our Washington, DC Commercial Electric Services
  • New construction
  • Design build projects
  • Parking lot and security lighting
  • Tenant fit-ups
  • Bucket Truck Services
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Generator installations
  • Alterations & Renovation projects
  • Site utilities
  • Ballast Replacement
  • Bonding
  • Lightning protection
  • Voice, Data & Telecommunication systems
  • Security and CCTV systems
  • LED & Energy-Efficient Lighting Upgrades
See Our Featured Projects in the Washington, DC Area
Fairfield Inn Coming to Middletown

Fairfield Inn Coming to Middletown

A new Fairfield Inn is taking shape in Middletown, DE. Bausum & Duckett is proud to be a part of ...
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Fenwick Inn Undergoes Major Renovations

Fenwick Inn Undergoes Major Renovations

B&D is proud to be part of major renovations and improvements to the venerable Fenwick Inn in Ocean City, MD ...
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New Redner's Fresh Market in Lewes, Delaware

New Redner’s Fresh Market in Lewes, Delaware

The B&D team is proud to be handling the electrical work for a new Redner's Fresh Market, slated to open ...
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555 E Street

555 E Street

Happy to work with Donohoe Construction Company on the 555 luxury apartments and CitizenM hotel in Washington, D.C. This project ...
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Click to see clients we’ve worked with including Morgan Keller, NASA, Turner Construction and Whiting & Turner.