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NECA Members Narrowly Escape Death at Pentagon
Electrical workers inside the Pentagon in the early morning hours of September 11 narrowly escaped death and injury, as terrorists used a commercial jet as a fuel-filled missile in an assault on the United States, reported NECA headquarters in a late ...
Con Edison Completes Restoration Effort in Lower Manhattan
Con Edison, New York City, announced the restoration of electrical service to its Cortlandt network at 3:51 a.m. on September 19, returning service to
The American Liberty Partnership
The following is taken from the American Liberty Partnership Web site at www.libertyunites.com, an Internet industry initiative to bring online support to those organizations that most need our help—organizations that have been sustaining incredible burdens in order to serve the victims and their families.
Transatlantic Public Partnership Responds to Recent Terrorist Attacks
After the recent tragedies in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania, the importance of developing global standards for public safety applications has never been clearer.
NAED Establishes Memorial Fund for Missing Distributor Employee
Responding to the call for donations and supplies from the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED), St. Louis, electrical distributors
Graybar's Journey to the Center of the Earth
When deciding where to locate its twelfth distribution center, Graybar wanted to do something special - so it went underground. Housed in the 2.5 million
NECA Chapters Fill Three Warehouses with Supplies for NYC Rescuers
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) members, chapters, and staff recently came together to offer assistance to disaster relief efforts
NFPA Donates $100,000 to Relief Fund
After a unanimous vote, the Executive Committee of NFPA's Board of Directors donated $100,000 to the New York Firefighter's 9-11 Relief Fund. Established
ASA Unveils Searchable Database for Finding Subcontractors
If you’re searching for quality subcontractors, the American Subcontractors Association (ASA), Alexandria, Va., is introducing a new searchable database
ABC Member Firm Awarded Contract to Rebuild Pentagon
On the recovery front, ABC member-firm Hensel-Phelps Construction Co., Chantilly, Va., has been awarded the contract to rebuild the portion of the Pentagon
Caterpillar Aids Cleanup Efforts in New York City
Caterpillar customers, employees, and dealers continue to join together to support New York City’s rescue efforts, providing people, power, and products
Fluke Networks Helps Restore Network Communications to Disaster Areas
Fluke Networks, Inc., part of the Danaher family of companies based in Everett, Wash., recently initiated an Emergency Relief Program aimed at helping
World Trade Center tenants related to electrical industry
Taken from the World Trade Center Register, this is a list of WTC tenants that worked in the areas of engineering and construction. Engineering Services
Specialty Contracting Industry Remains Hopeful About Mergers, Acquisitions
Merger and acquisition (M&A) discussions in the specialty contracting industry are not dead, according to the findings of Columbus Capital Co., a New
Caterpillar Aids Cleanup Efforts in New York City
Caterpillar customers, employees, and dealers continue to join together to support New York City’s rescue efforts, providing people, power, and products

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