Archives for February 2017

Mobile App Puts Research at Contractors’ Fingertips

In an effort to make research more accessible and help contractors stay up to date on the latest business and technological advancements in the industry, NECA’s Foundation for Electrical Construction, ELECTRI International, has developed the ELECTRI Mobile App. Through the free app, ELECTRI International’s research is readily available to contractors… Read more

Chapter and National Safety Achievement Program Applications Due February 24

NECA is currently accepting applications for its Recognition of Achievement in Safety Programs at both the chapter level and the national level through February 24. If awarded the honors, these are valuable credentials that demonstrate and validate individual contractors’ commitment to safety, and we encourage members to apply for both… Read more

Pipelines Moving Forward

On February 13, 2017, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection approved the permits for Sunoco’s Mariner East Phase 2 pipeline project, which will transport natural gas liquids across Pennsylvania to the Marcus Hook Refinery outside of Philadelphia. The Penn-Del-Jersey Chapter supports this project and applauds the Department on their long-awaited… Read more

Register for Electrical Contractor Leadership 101 with Industry Expert Mike Callanan

In a business environment that is increasingly volatile and complex, effective leadership is more critical than ever to build, run, and grow a sustainable electrical contracting business. As the industry evolves, NECA is proud to present Electrical Contractor Leadership 101, a one-day workshop that will be held on Thursday, March… Read more

Pennsylvania NECA Lauds Bipartisan Leadership on PACE Economic Development Initiative

The Western PA and Penn-Del-Jersey Chapters of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) have joined together to applaud and support the new bipartisan leadership on the initiative to authorize commercial property-assessed clean energy (PACE) programs in Pennsylvania. PACE programs, which have thus far been authorized in 33 states and the… Read more