- LAUREL, Maryland, April 10, 2014 / -- IEC Chesapeake hosted over 120 men and women in various facets of the electrical industry for the 2nd Annual Safety Fest. Partnering with SEE, Inc. and Preferred Insurance Services, Inc., the event offers free seminars and resources to help increase on-the-job safety and make safety a central concern for electrical contractors and employees. This is the second year the event sold out.
February 27, 2014 (Laurel, MD) – Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced the selection of 16 “Preferred Training Partners” one of which was the consortia of IEC Chesapeake, ABC Baltimore, and the Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF).
- February 11, 2014 (Laurel, MD) – IEC Chesapeake Executive Director Grant Shmelzer attended A National Symposium: Veterans' Employment in Construction
Charge Up Your Electrical, Low Voltage, and Renewable Energy Contractor Business
The electrical, low voltage, and renewable energy industry is highly competitive. There are approximately 75,000 companies located in the US, and a high percentage of all electrical contractors nationwide consider themselves as independents, providing electrical services and maintenance for residential, commercial, and institutional construction projects. Do you want to try to compete on your own or would you rather have the experience and support from the nation’s premier industry association to give you an advantage?
Why IEC Chesapeake?
IEC Chesapeake is the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), Inc., the industry’s premier national trade association. There are changes happening within the electrical industry, locally and nationally, that can impact your business, such as the coming labor shortage of entry level workers. Whether you’re an independent electrical, low voltage, and renewable energy contractor, apprentice, journeyman electrician, supplier or distributor, you can plug into our support network that offers professional training and education, public relations services, legislative and regulatory insights, access to other skilled workers, and cost-saving member benefits. As an IEC Chesapeake member, you will have access to our nationwide network, as well as our own local community of professionals within the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Go to our Membership page and sign up to get your competitive advantage in the electrical contracting industry.