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I just returned home to Kansas City after spending most of the week in the Boston area. I was in Cambridge, Mass., to co-manage the last of our 2017 National Electrical Code Change conferences.\n\nread more\n \n
Many unit substations and instrumentation rooms in industrial process facilities use a combination of an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) and generator(s) to bring the process unit down in a controlled manner upon power interruptions.\n\n\n\n\nread more\n \n
A group of electricians from IBEW Local 103 in Boston who helped rescue a cat that fell from a moving van were recognized earlier this month.\n\n\nread more\n \n
Many of you can recall the summer blackout of 2003, especially if you were among the 50 million people affected in parts of New York, Cleveland, and Detroit, as well as Toronto and Ottawa, Canada.\n\n\nread more\n \n
Don Blake’s introductory electricity classes at F.K. Marchman Technical College in New Port Richey, Fla., once consisted mostly of students drawn from high schools in the Pasco County School District.\n\n\nread more\n \n
One of the final phases of the construction process is to provide plans that exhibit the “as-built” conditions.\n\n\nread more\n \n
Any electrical contractor’s opportunity for success begins with the estimating department. \n\n\nread more\n \n
The U.S. Department of Energy\'s CALiPER program has released a new Snapshot Report on LED troffer luminaires. \n\n\nread more\n \n
If you’re like most electrical contractors, you probably hire electrical workers to fulfill immediate needs. \n\n\nread more\n \n
Check out the January 2017 issue of EC&M.\n\n \n\n \n \n \n This issue features stories on the electrical labor shortage, high school electrical training, responsibilities of the chief estimator, hidden dangers lurking in your luminaires, the benefits of 3D scanning, hiring practices for electrical contractors, meeting NERC compliance standards by October 2019, the National Electrical Code, Code violations, residential service secrets, mobile apps, new products, and more.\n\n \n \n\n\n\nPublication Info\n\n\n\n\nread more\n \n