Hannah Fullmer

Hannah Fullmer is the editorial and multimedia assistant at ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. Contact her at hfullmer@necanet.org

Articles by Hannah Fullmer

October 2016
Construction jobs are on the rise according to an analysis of Department of Labor (DOL) data released by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America on Oct., 21 2016. From September 2015 to September 2016, 35 states added construction jobs. However, from August 2016 to September of 2016 only 21 states and the District of Columbia added jobs, despite reports of worker shortages. READ MORE
September 2016
Wooh! Well, we made it. Yesterday (October 10) was the final day of the 2016 NECA show. It’s been a crazy few days for us at ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. Since we arrived in Boston, our lives have been jam-packed with educational workshops, meetings with exhibitors, parties, presentations and of course the trade show itself. READ MORE
September 2016
The 62nd annual National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Convention and Trade Show, held in Boston this year from Oct. 7–10, is bursting at the seams with new technology, educational workshops, networking opportunities and product exhibitions.
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September 2016
Most parking garages are drab cubes of gray concrete; people don’t usually expect them to add much to a cityscape. However, the City of Fort Wayne, Ind., had different ideas when building the Skyline Garage. READ MORE
September 2016
By now you’ve probably heard that Apple announced its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus during the Keynote Event at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). If you’ve been living under a rock, here’s the highlights; The newest iPhone incarnation is water- and dust-resistant, and has lost its physical ‘home’ button and headphone jack.  READ MORE
September 2016
Most of the 3.5 million residents of Puerto Rico have spent two days without power as the result of a fire at Aguirre power plant in the southern town of Salinas, according to the Associated Press. READ MORE
August 2016
On July 26, 2016, Schneider Electric introduced its New Energy Opportunities (Neo) Network, an online networking tool designed to help companies find the best renewable energy solutions for their business.    According to a video released by Schneider, NeoNetwork has three main functions. READ MORE
July 2016
The electrical contracting industry is aging. Getting young people interested in the field and keeping them interested is a challenge, but one that must be faced to move the industry forward. Recently, Rosendin Electric, an employee-owned electrical contracting firm headquartered in San Jose, Calif., took a hands-on approach to bringing newcomers into the fold.
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July 2016
It’s one small step for— No, actually it’s a really big leap for Salt Lake City into renewable energy. READ MORE

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