Engineered for Success


Desert View Systems started-out in 1996 as Desert View Electric, an electrical contractor specializing in Commercial, Industrial, and Agricultural projects serving the entire state of Arizona.  With growth, a low-voltage group was added, and the company became well-known not just for its quality and customer service-focus, but for its high-quality team, as well.

Because of Desert View’s strong client base and positive reputation, Interstates Construction acquired the electrical division of the company in 2008.  The low-voltage team remained under the original owner, reformed as Desert View Systems, Inc.

In 2013, Desert View Systems, Inc. reacquired the original team from Interstates Construction,  and has continued strong, building momentum, serving a loyal and growing client base.  Desert View Systems remains committed to building a team that is passionate about their work and committed to making a difference.

From its original inception as Desert View Electric, through growth, change, and reacquisition, one thing has remained constant for Desert View Systems, and that’s its commitment to doing things according to some bedrock values..  These values are summed up by DVS owner, Mike Scott:

A company is only as good as its employees, so we take the time to find the right people. Our company philosophy has always been that we treat our employees and customers as good as family. If you are honest, fair, affordable, and offer a quality product, your customers will return.

Electric Times – August 2017

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Electric Times – October 2008

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