Project Excellence Awards Breakfast [Invitation Only]

  This invitation only breakfast reception is an opportunity for this the 2019 winners to be recognized for their achievement and have their pictures taken with the award. Eighteen exceptional contractors from around the United States have been named winners of the prestigious NECA 2019 Project Excellence Awards. The NECA Project Excellence Awards were created […]

Contractor’s Challenges and Successes in Energy Storage

NECA contractors will discuss the energy storage market and their challenges and successes in this rapidly growing, diverse field. Get a better understanding of how installations of UPS and conventional battery backup systems give you an advantage in this multi-billion dollar industry that ranges from small commercial to utility scale systems. Hear what our contractor […]

What is a Smart City and Why Should You Care?

This panel, moderated by a NECA contractor and composed of industry experts, will discuss the functions, market, work and opportunities in smart cities, smart grids and smart buildings work. Smart Cities sounds new and unfamiliar to many, but many NECA contractors already have much of the training, skills and experience to go after and get […]

Employer’s Requirements for Performing Energized Electrical Work

An employer is required by OSHA and consensus standards to evaluate and authorize personnel who will be performing justified energized electrical work.  Every effort should be made to ensure that employees are working on De-energized electrical equipment and circuits. The session will identify the procedures and best practices an employer can use to comply with […]

Safety and Productivity: The Role of Ergonomics

Ergonomics plays a key role in increasing productivity and providing a safer and healthier worker. This session will identify ergonomic considerations associated with utilizing power tools, features and best practices available to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries.

Benefits of a Strong QA/QC Program for Low Voltage

A solid quality assurance/quality control program can increase safety, eliminate rework and improve your margins. Especially in a diminished labor market, a strong QA/QC program is a must for any electrical contractor. This session will discuss how one NECA contractor set up their QA/QC program and share some of their successes.

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