Connecting You With Qualified Electricians & Contractors

Since 1901, the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has set the highest standards of quality and excellence for the electrical construction industry.  LEARN MORE

The NECA Advantage

The NECA Difference

When it comes to your employees, you only hire the best. So why wouldn’t you expect the same from your electrical contractor? You will get the best when you choose a NECA contractor.

•     NECA contractors hold the same high standards for superior performance that you have, and NECA contractors deliver the quality results you rely on.
•     NECA contractors are the experts at the top of their field. They know the latest technology. They take the time to understand your business’s unique needs – and they find the innovative solutions to meet them.
•     NECA contractors employ the best, most reliable workforce in the industry. They will get your job done right the first time, on time, without disrupting your business.
•     Choosing the right electrical contractor makes all the difference. You want the NECA difference. Use the NECA Connection to find your electrical contractor today.

Who we are

neca-logoThe National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) is the voice of the $160 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light, and communication technology to buildings and communities across the U.S.. NECA is dedicated to enhancing the industry through innovative research, performance standards, progressive labor relations, and workforce recruiting and training. 

NECA represents over 4,000 electrical contractors nationwide that employ the most highly trained electricians in the industry. These contractors are estimated to conduct about half of all the electrical work completed throughout the country. 

ETAlogo_56The electrical training ALLIANCE is a specialized, privately funded, training program sponsored jointly by NECA and the IBEW, which includes 5 years of apprenticeship comprised of 8,000 on-the-job training hours. Most courses are accredited college courses that provide training across the entire electrical trade. Total schooling provides a minimum of 144 hours of classroom training per year. The Electrical Training ALLIANCE also holds a partnership with the University of Michigan to train our instructors annually. Once graduated, the graduates become instructors and also conduct work in the field. The ETA was created more than 70 years ago and today, it has developed into the largest apprenticeship and training program of its kind, having trained over 350,000 apprentices to journeyman status through local affiliate programs.