August 2012: New Roles for Today's Contractor

 

The federal government’s many agencies commonly accept the design/build project delivery method advantages, but...

Lean and green could be your best “best practice” when planning and executing jobs...

With the economy still reeling from the effects of recession, unemployment, and wavering business...

Across the country, electrical contractors currently are or will be garnering contracts to upgrade...

Companies that understand how to collaborate effectively and how to share the right information...


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| August 2012
“Prevention through Design” (PTD), also known as “Safety through Design,” increasingly has become the focus of attention since the National Institute of Occupational Safety an

| August 2012
Rebates and incentives offered by electric utilities and regional energy-efficiency organizations are currently enjoying a major upswing, providing a significant resource tha

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| August 2012
The Lucky Corridor, approximately 93 miles of planned new electrical transmission, consisting of double-circuit 230-kilovolt (kV) line in New Mexico, cleared a hurdle with a

| August 2012
It’s almost an axiom that new technologies often get their start in the military. Take the Internet.

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| August 2012
Table 310.15(B)(16) in the National Electrical Code (NEC) provides allowable or maximum ampacities for insulated conductors rated up to and including 2,000 volts (V).

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