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Impact of Overtime on Electrical Labor Productivity: A Measured Mile Approach

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Electrical contractors are frequently faced with the need to compress or accelerate the construction schedule as a result of added scope, delays and/or a late start of activities. The most common approach to schedule acceleration is the use of overtime.

Electrical Project Management Process Implementation Manual

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Electrical construction contractors continue to be faced with the challenge of improving productivity in order to remain successful in an increasingly competitive industry.

Best Practices: Prefabrication for Electrical Contractors

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For electrical contractors, there are still opportunities to achieve some or all of the benefits of prefabrication.

The Role of Electrical Contractors on LEED-NC Projects: Business Proposal/Capability Statement

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The green buildings sector is growing at a rapid pace and LEED® guidelines, especially the LEED®-NC for commercial buildings, have emerged as the most recognized rating systems in the United States.

The Role of Electrical Contractors on LEED Projects

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The green building movement is growing at a fast pace, and still more growth is expected in the years to come. In early 2009, there are more than 17,000 LEED® registered projects and over 1,700 certified projects in progress.

Innovative Service Contracting Practices

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The objective of this research project was to identify innovative practices that the electrical contracting firm can use to develop a profitable service business. Service work can provide the electrical contracting firm with a steady income stream to balance the cyclical nature of the construction industry.

Electrical Pre-Construction Planning Process Implementation Manual

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In 2003, ELECTRI International—The Foundation for Electrical Construction, the research arm of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), funded a research project to develop a model pre-construction planning process that NECA members could use to improve their planning practices.

Defined Pension Plan Assessment Program

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The purpose of this self-contained project program is to provide an accurate and reliable assessment of the pension plan condition specific to the U.S. electrical contracting industry.

The Emergence of the IBS Contractor

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As building environmental systems become increasingly complex and interdependent, there will be a growing demand for an integrated building systems (IBS) contractor.

Measuring the Labor Productivity of Electrical Contractors

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This study introduces practical and simple ways of measuring labor productivity in a contractor’s organization at different levels of detail.

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