Southeastern MI Chapter NECA signatory contractors represent nearly $1Billion in sales annually across a variety of sectors of the electrical construction industry.
NECA is dedicated to enhancing the industry through innovative research, performance standards, progress labor relations, and workforce recruiting and training. NECA offers the most comprehensive educational opportunities of any electrical association as well as the industry’s premier trade show and management training.
NECA contractors strive to be true construction partners with building owners, developers, and general contractors. A NECA contractor is the best resource for any and all electrical needs. NECA contractors set industry standards for traditional electrical systems, as well as newer integrated systems. They develop engineered solutions to meet existing and emerging customer needs. They also lead the industry in the practical application of new technologies.
Ensuring fair wages and benefits, as well as a unified skill set and training, for electrical workers serves the best interests of the industry and NECA customers. NECA’s national office, chapters, and member contractors have long practiced constructive and responsible labor relations in concert with the International Brotherhood of the Electrical Workers (IBEW), the world’s oldest and largest union of electrical workers.
For more than 100 years, NECA has worked to advance legislation and regulatory policies that impact your opportunity and ability to operate efficiently, profitably and in the best interest of your electrical construction customers. NECA leads the construction industry with the largest political action funding.
Southeastern Michigan has one of the top Joint Apprenticeship Training Centers in the country. For more information on the application process and to learn more about the Detroit Electrical Industry Training Center, click here: http://www.detroiteitc.org. Detroit EITC is located at 2277 East 11 Mile Road, Suite 1, Warren, MI 48092; or call 586-751-6600.
The Southeastern Michigan Chapter NECA Education and Research Foundation have been issuing scholarships since May of 2003. Since that time we have awarded scholarships to NECA Members and their employees totaling more than $558,809.00. Applications for the Fall, 2017 semester are being accepted until October 2, 2017. To apply click here.
The Southeastern Michigan Chapter represents Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Huron Counties and the following areas in Livingston County: Brighton, Deerfield Township, Genoa Township, Heartland, Howell, Oceola Township, Tyrone Township.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The SMCNECA Board of Directors plays an active role in shaping the focus and priorities for the Chapter and the expansion of the electrical industry.
SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN 2015-2016 CHAPTER OFFICERS
2016 SMCNECA Board of Directors (left to right) Clyde Jones, Ben Rosenberg, Bruce Fulgenzi, Dan Seibel, Dave Kurtz, Dick Martin, Steve Talbot, Bill Darish Not pictured: Art Ashley
Board of Directors
Governor: William Darish, Industrial Electric
President: Benjamin Rosenberg, Rotor Electric
Vice President: Arthur Ashley, Ferndale Electric
Treasurer: John Fulgenzi, Doublejack Electric Secretary: Thomas Mittelbrun, SMCNECA
Clyde Jones, Center Line Electric
Richard Martin, Motor City Electric
Daniel Seibel, Wolverine Fire Protection
Stephen Talbot, The Talbot Corporation
Mark Stasa, Kerr Russell
SMCNECA FUTURE LEADERS
SMCNECA is committed to the support and development of our Future Leaders team through a variety of networking and educational opportunities throughout the year.
For more information on the Future Leaders program, contact Laura Dayfield, SMCNECA Assistant Chapter Manager at 248-720-2727.
SMCNECA STUDENT CHAPTER
SMCNECA is committed to the engagement and development of college level talent through our Student Chapter. For more information on the SMCNECA Student Chapter contact Jim Chase, SMCNECA Assistant Chapter Manager at 248-720-2727.
WOMEN IN NECA
SMCNECA supports the advancement and development of women in the electrical contracting industry through our national Women in NECA effort, as well as, supporting a variety of organizations locally who promote the advancement of women in the workplace. For more information on Women in NECA, contact Laura Dayfield, SMCNECA Assistant Chapter Manager at 248-720-2727.
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Caniff Electric Supply
Electrical Materials, Inc.
Fields Electric Sales
Graybar Electric Company
Great Lakes Essential Power
K/E Electric Supply
Michigan Lighting Systems – East
McDonough & Associates
McNaughton-McKay Electric Co.
Pro Leasing Services, LLC
Schneider Electric Company
Stanley/Black & Decker
Wolverine Power Systems
If you would like information on the Associate Member Program, please contact Laura Dayfield at (248) 720-2727 or firstname.lastname@example.org