As vice president of operations for Cupertino Electric, Brett Boncher oversees the team building multi-million dollar energy projects, including renewable and data center projects. With a long history of successful commercial, mission-critical and Design/Build projects at Cupertino Electric, Boncher is adept at managing the technical and budget-intensive aspects of large projects featuring technically complex systems.
Brett joined Cupertino Electric more than 16 years ago as an estimator, and transitioned into project management where he rose to become Director of Project Management in the mid 2000’s. While a member of CEI’s project management staff for more than 10 years, Brett managed projects ranging from data centers to educational institutions to casinos, regularly working on occupied facilities with strict construction parameters on a fast-track basis. Some notable projects Brett has been involved with include Silicon Valley’s largest data center project in 2011 for DuPont Fabros ($50 million of electrical), a series of Abovenet data centers totaling $40 million, and multi-million-dollar projects for clients such as Yahoo, NVIDIA, Veritas, Enron, Informatica and Sprint. Brett’s ability to foster and maintain long-term relationships is evident by the repeat business he does with some of the world’s most respected companies--especially those in the social media and renewable space.
Brett’s experience, strong academic credentials and ability to identify, motivate and lead a successful workforce make him a critical member of Cupertino's management team. In his role as vice president of operations, Brett is growing the company's energy business to continue to serve utilities, Fortune 500 companies and institutions demanding world-class services. He holds a bachelor's degree from UCLA and has been trained in LEED and LEAN practices.