Rick Rice

Service Coordinator and Solar Manager

Residential custom homes are Rick’s specialty. Rick has supervised the wiring of some 130 custom homes in Forest Highlands, and dozens more around the Flagstaff area. Rick has extensive experience in lighting systems, outdoor lighting, lightning surge suppression, and heat tape systems for snow melt.

Rick has also supervised some 200 homes in Ponderosa Trails and 40 homes in Pine Canyon that required on- time production. Rick has also supervised the Aspen Shadows and Canyon Village apartment complexes. Rick supervised the Peaks Bungalows assisted living homes, Flagstaff Housing Authority homes, Hanes mini storage facility, U.S. Park Service housing and campground projects, and the Grand Canyon Government housing projects.

In April of 2013 Goodman Electric created a service division within the company to better service the vast electrical needs of Northern Arizona. Rick has taken over the responsibility of service coordinator to fully focus on customers' needs and satisfaction.

Rick is a Flagstaff native, graduating from Flagstaff High School in 1971. He then attended Northern Arizona University and Utah State University graduating with a B.S in Wildlife Science in 1979. Rick worked for the U.S. Forest Service and the Arizona Game and Fish Department until 1984. He returned to Flagstaff, and has worked for Goodman Electric since 1984. Rick prepares bids and invoices for the residential and service work, as well as working with contractors and homeowners in all their electrical needs.

Rick’s training course includes:
  • Leviton Structured wiring
  • Pass and Seymour Network wiring
  • APS surge training
  • Lutron lighting systems dimming
  • OSHA safety training
  • Estimation Work Station manager