NECA chapters are forming student chapters at colleges and universities to find and introduce aspiring young construction students to the benefits of the Powering America team.
ELECTRI International programs for NECA Student Chapters will now include the new Student Community Service Initiative. This competition represents an expansion of ELECTRI’s project formerly known as the Student Passport Initiative.
During the closing General Session of NECA 2017 in Seattle, ELECTRI International President, Russell J Alessi, was honored with the Foundation’s highest tribute – the Wendt Award.
With a grant from ELECTRI International, the Penn State University (PSU) Student Chapter of NECA recently joined forces with the NECA Student Chapter from Kennesaw State University, Marietta, Georgia. Sixteen students traveled to the West End community in Roatán, Honduras, to create a new water pumping system that would upgrade capabilities for this location.
Managing the Supply Chain is critical to every construction project. ELECTRI International – The Foundation for Electrical Construction, Inc. commissioned research to study the impact of owner-supplied or GC-supplied material and equipment. The investigation for the electrical construction industry, conducted by MCA, Inc., focused on evaluating the value transfer throughout the construction supply chain to the end customers.
The jury for ELECTRI International’s Green Energy Challenge has selected the NECA Student Chapters at Illinois Institute of Technology, Penn...
Construction’s workforce shortage at every level is well-documented. ELECTRI International – The Foundation for Electrical Construction recently commissioned a study...