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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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Massachusetts is still recovering from a winter full of heavy snowstorms; however, thanks to a new major solar power project, sunlight will now never be far from the minds of the state’s residents.


The federal Miller Act has been around since the mid-1930s. You would think that, by now, all questions about its application would have been resolved by the courts. Unfortunately, hundreds of lawsuits remain that involve interpretations of the Miller Act.


As the electrical industry fully 
embraces the digital age, the needs of utilities and other large equipment users have been transformed. Their demands require a different form of testing to ensure new equipment can function in a highly sophisticated and rapidly changing environment.

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No Favorites in Safety Compliance
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About one-half of all electrical injuries and fatalities happen to people engaged in construction activities. (This information is from the Federal Register, “Rules and Regulations.” Vol. 55, No. 151, Monday, August 6, 1990, p 31986.

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Managing Your Supply Chain
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Supply-chain management is proactive and involves the optimization of the flow of information, materials and payment between the supplier and the electrical contracting firm.

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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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Migrating to Fiber
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It seems as if it was only a decade or so ago when “migration” refered only to birds (or perhaps retired people) heading south for the winter. Now, the term “migration” has taken on a whole new meaning.

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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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