Panel Build

From a single panel build to full service solutions, FZ is equipped to take on any size project — no matter how complex.

FZ provides panel builds of all sizes and complexity — our highly qualified team of expert engineers and designers can create a custom solution to meet your unique control and automation needs, or we can take an existing design and bring it to life. We provide the resources and skills necessary to deliver the best quality solution. 

Because we’re a U.L. Certified Panel Shop,  we participate in both scheduled and randomized audits throughout the year, ensuring your control panel meets required guidelines at all stages of the installation process. Our team recertifies each year to stay ahead of industry and technology advancements. 

Turnkey Solutions

From taking existing specifications and building a single control panel to coming alongside your team to design, build, install, integrate, and test a panel, our team provides value at every step of the process. We are a true partner committed to developing long-term solutions. Our industry leading team is flexible and adaptable — we are able to build panels in-house, or we can come and build onsite.


Panel builds are just as much an art form as a science — and our team is skilled at both. When building a panel, we pay attention to every little detail, making sure it’s done right. We build panels to meet U.L. standards even if the specifications from the customer don’t require it, because we believe in providing only quality solutions. We test each panel in-house before sending it out, ensuring it meets the highest standards.


User safety is our top priority when designing and building control panels. In addition to strict U.L. guidelines, our team builds panels to meet any extra customer requirements.


FZ has a reputation of doing the impossible — we solve our customers’ most complex problems and will work with you to meet even the tightest deadlines. We do whatever it takes to get the job done right.

For More Information, Contact:

Jim Ebels