Electrical Contractors Association
The National Electrical Contractors Association, founded
in 1901, is the leading representative of a segment of the
construction market comprised of over 70,000 electrical
contracting firms. The industry employs over 650,000 electrical
workers and produces an annual volume of over $65 billion.
NECA includes 118 U.S. chapters in addition to others in
countries around the world.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION STANDARDS™
National Electrical Installation Standards are the industry's
first quality standards for electrical construction. They
define a minimum baseline of quality and workmanship for
installing electrical products and systems.
The Management Education Institute provides NECA members
and chapters with education and training services focused
on the business and project management knowledge and skills
required for the success and continuous improvement of the
electrical contracting industry in the 21st century.
EC is published
for electrical contractors throughout the United States as
a service of the more than 4,000 members of the National Electrical
Contractors Association. NECA first established a magazine
when it was founded in 1901. After selling that publication
in 1929, NECA re-entered the publishing business in 1939,
with what was the forerunner of EC.
Since 1901, the National Electrical Contractors Association
(NECA) has represented electrical contractors, focusing its
efforts on improving the contractor's ability to work efficiently
and effectively. The Association works to represent, promote,
and advance the interests of the electrical contracting industry
as a whole.