Throughout the year, the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) plans and puts on a host of meetings and conferences. From NECA Now to the National Legislative Conference and the NECA Safety Professionals Conference, we do our best to keep you informed.
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.
The end of August means “Back to School” for many electrical contractors and their families. The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) reaches out to young people and, in particular, students in a variety of ways throughout the year.
At the 2015 NECA Show in San Francisco, a panel of judges representing different industry disciplines selected 23 Showstopper Award winners from 188 entries displayed in the Showstopper Showcase area. Judging was completed prior to the exhibition hall’s opening on the first day of the show.
Every fall, one my favorite events of the year occurs. Thousands of people associated with electrical construction flock to a major U.S. city to spend three or four days surrounded by their peers, all of them invested in renewing themselves and their businesses. Opportunity abounds.
NECA 2015 San Francisco Convention and Trade Show will be held at Moscone Center South from Sat., Oct. 3 through Tues., Oct. 6. It is four days of workshops, exhibitions, product showcases and more, most of which is open to anyone who works in the electrical industry.
Tons of excitement preceded the 2014 neca show in Chicago. For many exhibitors and attendees, the NECA Showstopper Awards were a big part of the buzz. A panel of industry experts judged the contest and selected 20 products as Showstopper Award winners from a group of 154 entrants.
Every year, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine sponsors the Showstopper Awards, recognizing the most innovative new products and services at the NECA Show. As part of the event, representatives from each of the winning companies snap photos with our publisher, John Maisel, and our editor, Andrea Klee.
Design/build, lean construction and building information modeling are more widely practiced in the industry these days. To help electrical contractors stay in front of this curve, the NECA Show will feature exhibitors and educational programs that focus on these processes.
Times are changing for the electrical contractor (EC). The trend even affects the basics. As Electrical Contractor focuses on the latest developments in cabling and controls, the 2014 NECA Show in Chicago, Sept.
The electrical industry has experienced transformative change in recent years as society has entered an entirely new era of power, technology and communications. Practitioners have had to keep up with these changes to stay competitive.
The theme for NECA 2013 Washington is “a different kind of power.” With our association’s big annual happening being held in the nation’s capital—still the most powerful city on earth, full of history and history in the making—it’s a most appropriate slogan.
With the electrical industry’s biggest trade show—NECA 2013—coming to Washington, D.C., Oct. 12-15, there’s plenty to do and see. That includes displays from 300 exhibitors and 19 free technical workshops on those days.