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A Year in Review

By Kirk Davis | Jan 16, 2023
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Hello everyone, and Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe this time last year, I was introducing myself to you all as the 36th president of the National Electrical Contractors Association. 

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Hello everyone, and Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe this time last year, I was introducing myself to you all as the 36th president of the National Electrical Contractors Association. The time has flown as I’ve spent the last 12 months meeting contractors all over the country, getting to know our districts, chapters and members across every region.

I’ve heard your triumphs, industry concerns and suggestions to improve the electrical field. It’s been a year packed with growth and development, despite some economic uncertainty. As summarized from our Construction Outlook published in this issue, some economists are suggesting financial caution. However, I have faith in the hardworking people of this trade and have high hopes for the new year. Staying abreast on industry news and trends, whether it’s a commercial property, residential or institutional, economists conclude construction is steadily trending upward. This is substantiated by feedback from our NECA members who’ve shared with me the encouraging number of construction projects planned for 2023.

As we leave 2022 in our rearview mirrors, I thank everyone involved with NECA for making my first year as association president so enjoyable and illuminating. I know you will continue to bring power to the places and people who need it. May this be the start of a safe, healthy and prosperous new year.

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Kirk Davis
President, NECA

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Kirk Davis

NECA President
Kirk Davis is the president of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). He took office in January 2022.

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