Case Studies NECA

Advanced Electrical Systems Inc.

As one of Kentucky’s leading electrical contracting and engineering firms, Advanced Electrical Systems Inc. (AES) has established a reputation for state-of-the-art design, construction, maintenance and 24-hour service, supporting customers in the industrial, manufacturing, health care, educational sectors and more. Headquartered in Louisville, AES is a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) and family-owned and -operated company. […]

Alcan Electrical & Engineering Inc.

Since 1972, Alcan Electrical & Engineering Inc. (Alcan) has built a trusted reputation recognized throughout Alaska for quality electrical performance. In Alaska’s extremely challenging market, Alcan has not only survived, but thrived for more than 41 years. “It’s an ever-changing market and you have to be more proactive than reactive,” explains Scott Bringmann, president of […]

Alterman Inc.

When a company has been in business for more 90 years, quality is a given. Alterman Inc. has been serving customers in Texas since 1923, when Nathan Alterman purchased an existing electrical company at the age of 24. As Nathan Alterman Electric Co., the company built a niche in downtown San Antonio, providing wiring service […]

Atlantic Coast Chapter NECA

Based in Richmond, Virginia, the Atlantic Coast Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (ACC-NECA) has been serving a broad base membership throughout the Carolinas and Virginia for 18 years. From Richmond down to Charleston, South Carolina, the chapter works hand in hand with several local unions of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), […]

Atlantic Coast Chapter NECA

Based in Richmond, Virginia, the Atlantic Coast Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (ACC-NECA) has been serving a broad base membership throughout the Carolinas and Virginia for 18 years. From Richmond down to Charleston, South Carolina, the chapter works hand in hand with several local unions of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), […]

Atlas Industrial Contractors LLC

For more than 50 years, Atlas Industrial Contractors LLC (Atlas) has provided turnkey industrial contracting services to clients throughout the country. What once began as a transportation service for heavy equipment has blossomed into a full service contracting company specializing in turnkey machinery installations, maintenance services, heavy rigging, as well as electrical and piping installations. From […]

Aztech Electric Inc.

Being in business for nearly half a century, electrical contractor Aztech Electric Inc. (Aztech) can proudly say it has worked on projects in every state west of the Mississippi. Now, Aztech’s focus is on five states in the northwest region: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Colorado and Wyoming; an area where Aztech continues to work on numerous […]

Bana Electric Corp.

In the diverse electrical contracting environment that is greater New York and Long Island, Bana Electric Corp. has been thriving for more than 60 years. From a ground-up hospital and medical research facility to the area’s largest power plant, the Bana team loves to tackle a challenge. “We shine when it comes to complicated projects,” says […]

BCU Electric Inc.

Ben Uselton established BCU Electric Inc. (BCU) in 1990 after working for more than a decade in the electrical construction market. Uselton began his career in 1978, working as an apprentice for a local contractor. Over the years, he worked in a number of high-performance industrial settings, learning from experience and building relationships with industry […]

Beach Electric Company Inc.

Based in Paterson, New Jersey, Beach Electric Company Inc. (BEC) recently celebrated its 90th year in business. A member of the Northern New Jersey Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), BEC deploys a skilled team of union master electricians and journeymen well-versed in all facets of electrical work. “We do a little bit […]

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