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The Team that Lights Up San Diego.

The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) was formed in 1901 to improve business practices and expertise within the electrical construction industry.  The San Diego chapter of NECA was chartered in 1942, and today represents over 100 Union signatory electrical contractors with an elected Board of Directors and a full time professional staff.  Associate members are firms who provide services in the electrical industry, but are not electrical contractors.

Workforce and Training

NECA has negotiated exclusive labor agreements with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW 569) in the San Diego area.  The Joint Training Program required through these agreements provides NECA contractors with a large, well-trained, and reliable labor pool within our local construction industry.

Good labor relations policies allow NECA and IBEW to work together to develop and support the San Diego Electrical Training Center- one of the most advanced centers of its kind in the United States.  This $6 million facility provides a demanding five-year program for apprentices training to become journeymen electricians and a four-year program for those training for low-voltage work to support the booming growth of fiber, data, sound, and telecom installations.  Both programs include extensive classroom training and testing as well as daily on-the-job experience.

In the highly competitive construction industry, NECA members believe the continuous training of our workforce makes a measurable difference in productivity and competitiveness.  Therefore, all NECA-IBEW experienced electricians are provided access to a wide variety of on-going training programs to ensure that they stay up-to-date on the latest tools, techniques, and technology.  In addition, NECA San Diego and IBEW have an award-winning drug-free workplace program in place to further assure reliability and jobsite safety.

Building Standards

NECA members are actively involved in the development and adoption of National Electric Installation Standards (NEIS) that directly benefit the construction industry and its clients.  These standards are the first to establish quality levels and standardized installation practices that go beyond minimum safety requirements.  Furthermore, NEIS helps foster communication among contractors, developers, architects, engineers, purchasers, and suppliers of electrical construction services by ensuring that everyone speaks the same language and holds the same set of expectations of quality for electrical construction.

NECA Members

Siege Electric Inc.

RBT Electric, Inc.

2-D Stage & Lighting Electric

Sapphire Electric

Siemens Building Technologies

CalSouth Electric

Hanson Electric

Applied Engineering Concepts

Rosendin Electric, Inc.

Big Sky Electric

Pro-Cal Lighting, Inc.

Leed Electric, Inc.

Elevating Sales Corp.

Light Duty Electric

RT4 Electric

Moor Electric, Inc.

Edison Power Constructors, Inc.

Perry Electric

Edison Construction, Inc.

Five Star Electric

Global Experience Specialists

Synergy Electric Company, Inc.

Supreme Electrical Contracting, Inc.

Sullivan Solar Power

Southland Electric, Inc.

Southern Contracting Company

Select Electric, Inc.

Saturn Electric, Inc.

Robinson Electric

Phazer Electric, Inc.

National Security Works

PAR Electrical Contractors, Inc.

Neal Electric

Baker Solar Electric

National Electric Works

Morrow-Meadows Corporation

HMT Renewable Energy, Inc.

HMT Electric Inc.

Fuller Electric

Dynalectric Company

DeHamer Electric, Inc.

Davies Electric Company, Inc.

Cosco Fire Protection

Chula Vista Electric Co.

Baker Electric, Inc.

Axl Electric

Audio Associates / San Diego

Anderson Howard Electric Inc.

Adams Electrical Contractors

NECA Associate Members

General Electric

Philips Lighting

Square D Company

Dersch Design & Engineering, Inc.

City Wide Welding

Forterra

United Fastener

Unitis Contractor Supplies

Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc.

ALDRICH CPA’s + ADVISORS LLP

Rizza Engineering, Inc.

Western Tube and Conduit Corporation

Control Technology, Inc.

Dunn DeSantis Walt & Kendrick LLP

Trimble

Kelar Pacific LLC

Wood Gutmann & Bogart

eSUB, Inc.

Netpricer.net

Federated Insurance

West Penn Wire

Hioki USA Corp.

Data Net Solutions Group, Inc.

Stantec

Thomas & Betts

Windy City Wire

Walters Wholesale Elec Supply Co

Valley Power Systems

Oldcastle Precast

Turpin & Rattan Engineering, Inc.

Surety Associates of SO CA

SMART Safety Group

Sierra Investment Partners, Inc.

SDC & Associates, Inc.

Scholefield Construction Law

San Diego Gas & Electric Co.

Saf-T-Co Supply, Inc.

Rexel

Rancho Mesa Insurance Svcs, Inc

One Source Distributors

MPE Consulting

Moss Adams LLP

Milwaukee Tool

Main Electric Supply

Leviton

Hawthorne Power Systems

Greenlee, A Textron Company

Graybar

Focus Investment Advisors

Dadian & Associates

Contractor News & Views

Cable, Pipe & Leak Detection, Inc.

BB&T / John Burnham Insurance Svcs.