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Welcome The Arizona Chapter of
NECA, chartered in 1947, has represented electrical
contractors in Northern Arizona and the Phoenix metropolitan
area for over 60 years. Our members are experienced, proven
electrical contractors that have a record of providing high
quality, cost-effective services for their customers.
lighting, to the most sophisticated design applications.
Locally our members employ
more than 1000 workers who perform over 2 million man hours
of work per year. The members and their employees are local
residents that support their communities and strive every
day to make it a better place to live by donating their time
and materials to various charitable projects.
What is NECA?
Nationwide, NECA is the voice
of the $100 billion electrical industry
responsible for lighting, power, and
communication systems in buildings and
communities across the United States. NECA
advances the electrical contracting industry
through advocacy, education, research, and
standards development. NECA is dedicated to
enhancing the industry through continuing
education, labor relations, current information
and promotional activities. It is the voice of
the electrical contracting industry, working to
promote higher standards, quality workmanship
and training for a skilled workforce.
Arizona Chapter NECA contractors employ the most
highly trained, reliable and drug free workforce in
the industry. When you need the services of a
qualified electrical contractor... think NECA!
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We are looking for individuals who are serious about
a career in Arizona's electrical trade. Call Us:
Electri-Serve, the affiliate member program of
Arizona Chapter NECA, was formed to represent,
promote and enhance the management interests of
distributors, electrical manufacturers, architects,
design professionals, and engineers in the Phoenix
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