Gregory Keith Bell

President and CEO

Gregory Keith Bell has been in the electrical field since 1976. He founded Intex Electrical Contractors, Inc. in November, 1983 at the young age of twenty-one. He has served as President of Intex Electrical from 1983 through today.

Keith holds a valid Master’s License in the State of Texas and is currently the chairman of the Texas Electrical Safety Licensing Advisory Board and has held this position since its inception in 2002. He is active in trade organizations including a two year term as President of the Dallas Chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors Association (IEC) in 1997-1998. He served as the State of Texas IEC Chapter President from 2001 to 2002.

Keith is also involved in the IEC’s political efforts regionally and nationally as the Governmental Affairs Chairman for the past decade. He remains active in his community serving as President of the Forney ISD School Board first elected in 1998, and as a past President of Forney Education Leadership Foundation, of which he was one of the original founders. While living this very busy life, he has currently found time to return to college to future his education.

Kacey Currington

Financial Controller

Kacey Currington has been in the construction industry since 1997. She currently has a degree in accounting from the University of North Texas. Kacey started with Intex Electrical in 2000 as the Accounts Receivable manager and was promoted to serve as Controller in early 2004. Kacey brought to Intex extensive knowledge of the general contractor arena, having served as Project Accountant and Accounts Payable manager for prior general contractors in the Dallas/FT Worth area. She is responsible for managing the day to day operations involving all accounting functions. Kacey is currently active in her community running herself crazy driving her children from county to county to participate in activities that will eventually allow them to achieve their full potential as she has.

Ivan Kanev, P.E.

Ivan Kanev has over 15 years of experience in the electrical industry in The USA and Europe. He joined the Intex team in 2012 to complete our Design Build Group and further complement our commitment to customer service. He is responsible for engineering, estimating, designing, CAD drawing and sealing of the electrical drawings for small to multimillion dollar industrial and commercial projects. Ivan holds a Professional Engineer License in State of Texas, a Master Degree in Electrical Engineering Science, and a State of Texas Electrical Master License.

Doug Crotty

Construction Group Manager

Doug Crotty has been in the Electrical industry since 1996. He began his career with Intex in 1997 as an apprentice and served as a Foreman from 1999 to 2005. In 2005 Intex created a Construction Group and Doug began his role as Senior Project Manager, overseeing projects from $250K to $8.5 million. He is responsible for all aspects of the projects and manpower within the department.

Doug has managed a variety of Projects from Institutional (K-12), medical, communication facilities, and community colleges and is proficient in Building Information Modeling. Doug is also active in his church serving as a coach in the Upward League and on the missions team.

Chris McFarland

SPG and Service Department Manager

SPG and Service Department Manager Chris McFarland was employed in the electrical trade for 13 years prior to joining the Intex team in 2007. With his high energy and do anything attitude, he was quickly moved to the role of Service Department Manager. He now is currently responsible for managing the Special Projects Group and the Service Department. Chris created the Special Projects Group in 2011 to accommodate the needs of an ever growing Customer Base. Projects completed to date range from service calls to projects exceeding over One Million dollars. Chris continues to expand his work force, and has consistently grown his department by exceeding sales goals year after year. In his spare time Chris enjoys time with friends and family being outdoors.


Intex is a member or is certified by many organizations including: Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (NCTRCA), United States Green Building Council (USGBC), Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), Forney Chamber of Commerce, Better Business Bureau (BBB), American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Texas, and Subcontractor Association of America (SAM).

Intex offers quality bids, exceptional service, consistent communication, persistent work ethic, and competitive prices with a friendly disposition.

Intex has 30 years of experience with over 200 years of leadership experience in the electrical industry and has won a multitude of awards for top contractor, specialty contractor, fastest growing contractor, and many more.

Intex was founded in 1983 and relocated to Forney, TX (15 miles east of Dallas) in 2001. Intex services the entire Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, and surrounding areas.

Intex is a success in the industry by being a dynamic electrical contractor through business strategies, solid ethics, and keen practices.

Intex has a motto: “Do the Unexpected”. All employees, starting with management, focus on a quality product and aim for a satisfied repeat customer.

North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (NCTRCA):

In June 1989, an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement was entered into between nine founding member entities, creating the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (NCTRCA) for the purpose of “jointly providing certification and other related services for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Minority and/or Woman-Owned Businss Enterprise (D/M/WBE) of the participants.”

DFW Minority Business Development Council

The goal is to “Grow minority business revenues in North Texas.” To become a Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), your business must meet certain requirements. Both current and historical facts are considered in determining ownership qualifications and participation in the management and operations of the company.

Historically Underutilized Business (HUB)

The statewide HUB Program facilitates the use of HUBs in state procurement and provides information on the state’s procurement process to minority and woman- owned businesses.

A “Historically Underutilized Business” is an entity with its principal place of business in Texas, and is at least 51% owned by an Asian Pacific American, Black American, Hispanic American, Native American and/or American woman who reside in Texas and have a proportionate interest and demonstrate active participation in the control, operations and management of the entity’s affairs.

In accordance with Texas Administrative Code §111.13, each state agency shall make a good faith effort to utilize HUBs in contracts for construction, services (including professional and consulting services) and commodities purchases.

The Statewide HUB Program provides HUB certification for minority and woman-owned businesses in the State of Texas. Vendors seeking certification as a HUB are required to submit a completed HUB certification application and supporting documentation, affirming under penalty of perjury that their business qualifies as a HUB.*


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