The Evolving Role of Electrical Contractors

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At ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine, we constantly analyze our market and our readers. In fact, our annual market research budget, including internal/external reader preference studies, is well into six figures. That investment is vital to understanding and providing our readers with the most complete, comprehensive and accurate editorial product available. It also is a valuable marketing tool for our advertisers.
 

Profile of the Electrical Contractor

This breakout study focuses on EC's role in design/build and design/assist.

Along with the full Profile report, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR publishes a companion feature article.

The full 2016 Profile of the Electrical Contractor report features 90 pages of in-depth research data that is free to all for industry use.

Along with the full Profile report, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR publishes a companion feature article.

The full 2014 Profile of the Electrical Contractor report features 90 pages of in-depth research data that is free to all for industry use.

One of the electrical contractor's most valuable assets is its vehicle fleet. The vast majority continue to require transportation.

The full Profile of the Electrical Contractor report features 69 pages of in-depth research data that is free to all for industry use.

Despite a decline in contractors reportedly purchasing tools, the majority continue to purchase rather than lease.

On average, the majority of electrical contractors are participating in design/build projects, bringing in big business

Along with the full Profile report, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR publishes a companion feature article.

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Baxter Readership Studies

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