Association Of Electric Contractors
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A New York City professional electrical contractor's time is valuable. You meet with customers, bid work, organize projects, coordinate manpower and review financial reports. You may not have time to shop for competitive insurance products, develop your own safety programs, administer labor agreements, liaison with union officials, link to government agencies and locate quality educational courses for your field and office personal.

That's why so many firms have joined the Association of Electrical Contractors (AEC). Drawing on its affiliation with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), the Joint Industry Board of the Electrical Industry and Local Union #3 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), the AEC provides its membership with the most current information and education on best management practices, code changes, business opportunities and safety regulations.

Through cooperation with our union counterparts, training is provided for new apprentices and continuing instruction for journeypersons.

read more › The Association of Electrical Contractors, Inc. (AEC) has been serving the electrical industry of New York City for over 65 years. The AEC has a diverse membership base of contractors servicing the electrical needs of customers that range in size and scope from small jobs to $75 million projects for private and public sector owners. The AEC provides a collective voice for electrical contractors active in the five boroughs. In addition, we have associate members including electrical supply houses (distributors) that provide materials and equipment to our industry.

read more › As an employer, we wish to inform you about the exciting opportunities in joining our trade association and the substantial membership benefits that will assist you in growing your business in a very competitive market place. Joining the AEC is an inexpensive and affordable investment that will pay for itself many times over. You will have access to your peers and have a direct voice in industry policy discussions where you will help determine the future of the industry where you earn your livelihood.

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