About Us

T.S. Bishop is firmly established as one of the leading electrical companies within Auckland.

We are privately owned and with over 36 years in the electrical industry. TS Bishop is where you’ll find registered electricians focused on quality results with professional service.

Our Company has grown through the ability to meet deadlines, hard work and provide innovative ideas. Our strong desire to present an array of different scenarios to meet our clients’ needs has led us to be one of the leading electrical companies within Auckland.

Mission Statement

We are proud of our people, skills and achievements.

We are committed to our Industry and the continued development of our skills through our staff and our management. Our clients and our suppliers are our partners. Together we strive for the satisfaction of giving our very best to every job.

We are professionals in our Industry. We are about our clients and our Company. We are honest and value our integrity above all else.

Referees are available from our existing clients on request.

Team Work

We are firm believers in team work. We appreciate innovation and actively encourage staff to develop their skills and their careers. There is no shortage of challenges and plenty of opportunities to take on more responsibilities.  

Health & Safety

T.S. Bishop Electrical is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for employees, clients, visitors, contractors, sub-contractors and members of the public.

In particular we are committed to:

  • Providing and maintaining facilities to ensure the health and safety of everyone on our premises or work sites.
  • Ensuring our employees are supervised or suitably trained on the equipment and processes that they operate and are involved in health and safety procedures, by establishing and applying safe methods and best work practices into the day to day work ethic and management practices.
  • Continuously and systemically identifying, assessing and controlling workplace hazards which may result in personnel injuries / illness, security losses, or damage to property.
  • Providing safe work, equipment and materials in all environments.
  • Ensuring adequate preparations are made for emergencies, with appropriate reporting, recording and investigative procedures.