The Word we Live By
Imagination has brought mankind through the dark ages to its present state of civilization. Imagination led Columbus to discover America. Imagination led Franklin to discover electricity.
-L. Frank Baum
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
You must be the change you want to see in the world.
Electricity is really just organized lightning.
Haight & Associates, Inc. was established in October, 1980 as B.C. Haight Consulting Engineers. In 1994, the firm incorporated as Haight & McLaughlin, Inc. In 2002, they reorganized as Haight & Associates, Inc. Benjamin C. Haight, the firm’s founder, remains at the helm as President/CEO. The Firm is headquartered in Juneau, Alaska.
Haight & Associates, Inc. is licensed in the State of Alaska to provide Electrical Engineering services. The firm has been serving Juneau, Southeast Alaska, and Alaska for the past 39 years with design and construction services. Haight & Associates currently employs an exceptional full-time staff of seven, including two Professional Engineers, two Engineers, one drafter, one Lighting Designer and one Administrative Assistant.
At Haight & Associates, our goal is to provide quality professional engineering design services by combining experience, knowledge, and hard work, with a strong desire to exceed client expectations. To achieve this goal, we choose to employ an educated staff of experienced professionals, focused on quality and fully coordinated design. We manage our services effectively, follow an efficient design and quality control process, and are proactive and responsive in our approach.
Our experienced and skilled team of professionals understands that each client and project has an unique set of needs. To resolve those needs, we evaluate existing conditions, recommend solutions, anticipate design/construction conflicts and cost concerns, and present alternatives based on our engineering expertise.
Our company focuses our attention toward minimizing energy consumption, lighting sources and products, lighting controls, and equipment characteristics in order to obtain the best building system efficiencies economically feasible.