Sabrina Westfall entered into the construction industry in 2002 through the IBEW Local 1 apprenticeship. She quickly learned the ropes as an apprentice, completed the program to become a journeyman wireman and soon took her state licensing exam to become a master electrician. Her experience ranged from low voltage cabling and fire alarm to high voltage transformer work and major electrical distribution centers. Sabrina never turned down a challenge even when considering starting her own business. She continued to work in the field until opening the doors of J. West Electric in May of 2014. Sabrina has grown the company from a small residential shop to a relevant commercial electrical contracting company. J. West has performed regular work at America’s Center and Lambert St. Louis Airport. The company continues to do residential work on a larger scale working on multifamily projects as part of the community development initiatives within the City of St. Louis. The company performs regular maintenance work for several local companies, municipalities and educational institutions. J. West continues to grow and flourish under the leadership of Sabrina Westfall.
About the Owner
About The Crew
J. West is a truly diverse company holding a more than 50% minority workforce. The company holds a strong passion for the St. Louis community and truly cares about making a difference in the community and in the industry. J. West cares as much about managing people and creating opportunities as it does about completing projects. The culture of J. West is one that fosters individual growth and encourages each employee to take ownership over their projects. The crew works together to solve problems and find answers to our customers difficult questions. The team meets regularly to talk about goals, ideas and ways to improve. Each person understands the vision and mission of the company and realizes why J. West is such a relevant company in the construction market. J. West employees collectively strive to make a difference for the customer and for the community.