One of the electrical contractor's most valuable assets is its vehicle fleet. The vast majority continue to require transportation.
Profile of the Electrical Contractor
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- Compared with the 2008 Profile, a significantly higher percentage of ECs said their annual revenues were less than $250,000, while fewer reported having annual revenues between $250,000 and $1 million.
- Overall, ECs continue to get more of their total business from commercial, industrial and institutional (CII) work than from residential projects.
- This year's survey resoundingly demonstrates that the industry is suffering from the ills of the economic crisis that has hindered the construction markets since 2007.
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