February Issue 2005

 


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| February 2005
In the residential market overall, we're all into the high-end new homes. We're eating ourselves alive-there's a razor-thin margin.

| February 2005
Fire case histories make an argument for requiring survivability of all fire alarm system circuits.

| February 2005
When computer-drawn Blueprints for electrical contractors And other tradesmen first appeared, few people really understood AutoCAD or how to use it.

| February 2005
Each year, thousands of workers are injured while working on ladders. Falls from ladders result in cuts, bruises, broken bones, and in some cases, lost lives.

| February 2005
In June 2003, Richard Manrod presented his paper, “The How, Why and Future of Estimating” to NECA's Academy of Electrical Contracting.

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