The company started in the 90’s. It was trained by experienced electricians, craftsmen who had the basic characteristics of perfect know-how and the inexhaustible disposition for work. Initially, it became known in the field of Electromechanical installations and applications of security systems as “KATSELIS A. DIMITRIOS”. At a time when industry is flourishing in Greece, Dimitris Katselis undertakes the design and construction of large industries, such as PEPSICO-HBI, TUPPERWAY, MONOSTYR SA, AVIP SA, BRAVO SA, KORPI SA, MARIS POLYMERS SA, but also supervisions, constructions and maintenance of public facilities, such as the hospital K.AT. Acquiring satisfied customers, he became a reliable partner of many entrepreneurs in the wider area of Inofyta and Schimatari.
Subsequently, DIMKAT Construction was one of the first companies to pursue innovation and sustainable development. That is, the economic development, which is planned and implemented, taking into account the protection of the environment, determined the course of the company. DIMKAT Construction consisting of specialized engineers and trained crews in 2008 made its presence felt in the field of Photovoltaic Installations as well as in their maintenance.
Reaching today, the company has been renamed to “KATSELIS KATASKEVASTIKI IKE” with the main occupation now Renewable Energy Sources. Especially with the Photovoltaic Installations. DIMKAT is evolving by adding new engineers with ideas, experience and know-how to its potential.
Now the design, construction and maintenance of a photovoltaic park is implemented entirely by the departments that make up our company. The study and development of Renewable Energy Projects, such as photovoltaic and wind projects, from their early stages to their electrification and maintenance, exclusively by our company, allows us to present in the market “turn key solutions”.
As a construction company, DIMKAT recognizes the impact that Renewable Energy Sources have on our planet. The consequences of climate change are becoming increasingly apparent due to human intervention in nature. For this reason, the shift to green energy is considered more than imperative.