Bridge City Electric is Saskatchewan’s leading commercial & industrial electrical contractor.

Over 60 years of outstanding performance and high-quality workmanship.

Founded in 1964 when Dennis Morgan and Jim Campbell joined forces.

From modest beginnings — to now being recognized as one of Saskatchewan’s leading commercial & industrial electrical contractors.

BCE employs up to 80 people with a fleet of 25 trucks to serve the province of Saskatchewan.

We guarantee our electrician services are custom-tailored to the needs of our customers.

Founded in 1964

80+ Employees

25+ Trucks

Meet Our Team

Robert Morgan

Robert Morgan

Robert started with Bridge City Electric in July 1999 as an Apprentice. He gained his Journeyman’s Ticket 4 years later and moved into the role of working on projects in the field.

In 2007 Robert moved into the office and took the role of Project Manager. Since then Robert has become a Partner and Shareholder in the company and has taken on the role of Purchasing Director.

Robert works alongside Ken Morgan to help set the vision and goals of Bridge City Electric. Robert is a third-generation Partner following in the footsteps of his father Ken and grandfather Dennis Morgan in helping make sure Bridge City remains committed to delivering quality work to its customers.

Matt Prefontaine

Matt Prefontaine

Matthew has been the Comptroller for Bridge City’s group of companies since 2013. He took over from his father, Dale, who was in the position for nearly a decade.

Jason Polzen

Jason Polzen

Jason started with Bridge City Electric in 1989 as an apprentice. He received his journeyman’s certificate in 1994 and moved into service work and running small projects.

Jason also has specialized training and experience in fire alarm systems and fibre/data cabling. He now also manages our safety program, tool and vehicle maintenance, and helps with estimating.

Mark Stebner

Mark Stebner
Estimator / Project Manager

Mark started his electrical career as an apprentice with Bridge City in 1992 and with the leadership of other journeymen, achieved his ticket in 1996. With that ticket, he began supervising projects out in the field for Bridge City Electric.

With many of those projects under his belt, he was asked to join the office team as an Estimator and Project Manager in 2011, focusing primarily on the estimating side as of late.

Outside of BCE, Mark is a fisherman and all summer you’ll find him in Northern Saskatchewan adventuring. He is currently building his Toyota Tundra into a rig for off-road travel. Along for the ride are his wife Chelsea, daughters Kate and Allison, and black lab Bella.