Management Team

Meet the Management Team

The Clarion Electrical executive team brings to the table a wide range of industry experience honed and perfected in the field by working with some of the top companies. Our clients see firsthand in our onsite staff the values reflected in our top-down philosophy of customer-first, high-quality work.

Mike Leach, President

As the founder and president of Clarion Electrical, Mike Leach has
shaped the company into a leading provider of comprehensive electrical construction services across the Greater Houston Area in a brief period of time. He formed Clarion Electrical, as a division of the Clear Companies family, in June 2016 after 28 years at Pfeiffer & Son, bringing with him a wealth of expertise and leadership drive.

In addition to earning a license as a Master Electrician in 2008, Mike has garnered decades of successful performance experience on projects that include MV/LV power distribution, SCADA, controls, instrumentation, area and street lighting, and utility infrastructure (CNP/Entergy). He has served as the superintendent/project manager for electrical construction projects that, when combined, exceed more than $50 million.

Project Highlights

  • Sienna South Regional WWTP – Approx. $5 million
  • FBCWCID No. 2 SWTP – Approx. $1.5 million
  • Sims Bayou WWTP – Approx. $3 million
  • City of Houston IAH WWTP Expansion – Approx.
    $1.5 million
  • Cross Creek Ranch WWTP – Approx. $1.5 million
  • Northampton WWTP – Approx. $1.0 million

Nathan Ladner, P.E., Project Manager

Nathan Ladner, P.E., serves as a project manager for Clarion
Electrical, bringing more than a decade of field experience to the Clear Companies family. Specializing in project engineering with an emphasis in value engineering, he excels at providing Clarion customers with project excellence for the entire life cycle, ensuring efficient use of time and labor while delivering quality work that lasts.

Nathan has played a critical role in the design and construction of power systems, instrumentation and controls for wastewater treatment plants, water plants, and lift stations, along with street lighting, area lighting, and private power and lighting services. Born and raised in Houston, he graduated with a B.S. in electrical engineering, with a specialization in power and controls, from the University of Houston and continues to play a role in the phenomenal growth that has come to define the Space City—one successful project at a time.  

Project Highlights

  • Baytown Area Water Authority 6MGD SWTP – Approx.
    $50 million ($14 million  Electrical)
  • MCMUD No. 89 WWTP Expansion – Approx. $9 million
    ($1.2 million Electrical)
  • MCMUD Nos. 3 & 4 WWTP and BNR – Approx. $8
    million ($1.1 million Electrical)
  • City of Tomball WP Generation Addition – Approx.
    $0.4 million