(L-R) James Beasley Apprenticeship Committee Chairman
1st place M.B. Haynes Electric Derek Dessellier 3rd place Starr Electric
Who We Are:
North Carolina Association of Electrical Contractors, NCAEC, was established in
1937 to be a voice for the electrical contractors of North Carolina.
NCAEC, currently has over 200 members. We have grown in number and strength, becoming a chain forged from a valuable network of electrical contractors. NCAEC provides a forum in which questions can be answered, concerns can be voiced, and members can benefit from the guidance of electrical industry leaders.
Professionally serving to unify the electrical industry through quality service, training and safety. NCAEC works hard to deliver a strong voice to the needs of electrical contractors – be they a one-man or a one hundred-man electrical company. We keep members up-to-date with our legislative initiatives that protect the right of electrical contractors. We offer a variety of educational training programs that help our members renew their electrical contractor’s licenses.
Why Become a Member - See Slide Presentation - click here
2013 Power Source E - Magazine
Dwight Caldwell Memorial
Silver Creek Plantation
1st Place Team
What Can An Association Do For Me?
(Quote from Theodore Roosevelt)
Theodore Roosevelt put it very aptly when he said,
"Every man owes a part of his time and money to the business or the industry in which he is engaged. No man has a moral right to withhold his support from an organization that is striving to
improve conditions within his sphere."
Events for 2013
Golf Tournament - April 26, 2013
Trade Show and Convention - June 13 thru 16
Bay Watch Resort - See below why you show attend
Apprenticeship Contest - Sept. 27, 2013
Dwight Caldwell Memorial Golf Tournament - TBA
Here's Why You Belong At One Of The
Largest Industry Events Of Its
Kind In North & South Carolina
NCAEC's Trade Show and Convention
June 13-16, 2013
Every year hundreds of the top electrical contractors from across the state consider attend the NCAEC Trade Show & Convention, a MUST. What do they know that keeps them coming back? They know there's no better place to be when they're looking for ways to do a better job...update their knowledge...solve a problem...save money...make more money...keep up with their competition... and much more. Whatever their reasons may be, you're sure to find plenty of great reasons of your own to attend, including:
1. Get information you can use on the job immediately.
Sessions are geared toward practical knowledge that makes even complex safety issues easy to understand and apply in the workplace.
2. Learn directly from the leading authorities.
Conference speakers include the industry's top experts, providing their expertise and insight.
3. Gain up-to-date knowledge on current industry topics.
NCAEC helps develop the codes and standards, so you can be sure you're getting the most current technical information available.
4. Select sessions for your specific needs.
With 4 sessions to choose from, you can schedule your time to maximum advantage.
5. Earn valuable continuing education credits.
CEUs will be awarded to help you keep up with your licensing requirements.
6. Extend your training opportunities.
Take advantage of pre- and post-conference seminars to get the maximum value from conference attendance.
7. Make your voice heard.
Take part in shaping future codes and standards by supporting our industry and help it and your Association to remain strong.
8. Network with your peers.
There will be plenty of opportunities to meet fellow contractors to exchange information
and ideas. Form new friendship with fellow contractors from other parts of the state.
most current technical information available.
9. Meet more than 40 top solution providers at the Expo.
The exhibit hall will be filled with product and service experts willing to share their knowledge and help solve your problems.
10. Advance your career faster.
Expand your professional perspective and industry profile, making you a more valuable asset to any business.
For Trade Show and Convention information - click here