January Issue 2000

 


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| January 2000
Although literally happening in slow motion, there are dramatic changes taking place right now in electrical contracting.

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| January 2000
A record number of exhibitors displayed thousands of products at the 1999 NECA Show in New Orleans.

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| January 2000
Electric utilities across the country are being required by state lawmakers to make alternative sources of power and services available to customers.

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| January 2000
Gone is the gritty, sooty steel town of Pittsburgh. Over the past two decades, Pittsburgh has transformed itself into a clean city full of renewed energy and growth.

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| January 2000
A few months ago, in the September issue, I was reporting on the booming growth in the electrical contracting industry during 1992-1997. Guess what: It ain't over yet!

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