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Articles in this section are intended to help electrical contractors grow and improve their businesses, from financial and legal advice to creating a service and maintenance department. You’ll find articles on estimating projects and more below. 

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This single-story test bed rotates 270 degrees from southeast to northeast to help in building orientation design and features.

I magine a laboratory where you could envision, develop and confirm your building design before or during construction. Investigate building system performance by staging an office facsimile. Make final specifications on sustainability measures prior to occupancy.

As society undergoes profound changes in its relationship with electrical power, so does the need to train the professionals who install the technology that delivers and harnesses it.


In 1935, Boeing Corp. would have never predicted it was about to make one of its greatest contributions not only to the aviation industry but to every other line of work as well.

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Article 210 - Branch Circuits
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Please refer to Electrical Contractor magazine for illsutrations. Required Outlets Provisions stipulating the placement of receptacle outlets are covered in 210.52 through 210.63.

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What Are You Releasing?
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It is common practice in construction for an owner to require lien releases when payments are made. This way, the owner hopes to obtain assurances that the general contractor has paid its subcontractors and suppliers.

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Electronic Pricing Links Contractors to Distributors
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This is the last piece in a series on companies marketing e-commerce services to electrical contractors. We’ve been able to limit this coverage to four columns because so few companies now seek to provide these solutions.

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Applying the IS0 9000 Quality Management Principles
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This article focuses on the principles on which an electrical contracting firm’s quality management system (QMS) should be based. QMSs are the focus of the 2000 edition of the International Standards Organization (ISO) 9000 series of quality standards.

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Apply the Test of Reasonableness
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Today’s power quality (PQ) monitors are capable of capturing more data in a second than could be humanly processed in a day.

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Interactive Quote Program Tracks Whole-Project Orders
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Does this sound familiar? You’ve won the bid to provide light fixtures or switching gear on a major project. Components have been arriving at the job site in anticipation of a specific start date. Your crew is assembled and ready to hit the ground running.

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Relevant Records Can Produce Profits
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Improving the estimating process is not altogether dissimilar from improving performance in any other profession that requires sound judgment and productivity.

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