Matthew Halverson

Getting Out of Line
Two years ago, Los Angeles was huge by nearly every measure except one. Almost 4 million people lived within its borders, more than 1 million buildings
In Style: On the Job
Maybe it's just a coincidence, but in the year since EC&M published its first annual construction clothing round-up, we've noticed you seem to be dressing a little sharper — and safer — on the jobsite and in the plant.
Product of the Month
Turning Current Measurement Upside Down
'Net Gains
The next generation of industrial Ethernet is blending on-demand information with ease-of-use to improve plant maintenance
Serves You Right
With the help of a little business-savvy, residential service work can be a lucrative venture for the electrician who wants to go it alone
Now Hiring: Young Electricians
For almost four years now, electrical industry leaders have nervously shook their heads and wrung their hands at the mere mention of the economic state
Easy In, Easy Out
Easy In, Easy Out
What Happens When Electricity Doesn't Play By the Rules? 1
New research may show that mild electric shocks can travel farther and be more damaging than the medical community once thought.
Leverage When it Counts
When owners and GCs won’t pay up, electrical contractors can ‘lien’ on the law if they follow it to the letter and apply it correctly
Mr. Addiss' Neighborhood
The Electrical Contractor Network, the online community Bill Addiss helped create, has become the model for the way electrical workers around the world will communicate in the 21st century
Product of the Month
Think of the ARC Keeper as a UPS for MH lighting systems.
Product of the Month
The Power of Two
Locked Out
With project labor agreements, unions say they're just trying to bring projects in on-time and under budget. But open-shop contractors say a 'psychological war campaign' is clouding their true intentions
Will Work for Air Time
Unscripted and completely real, "Monster House" shows electricians and contractors what a real deadline is
House of Corrections 1
The do-it-yourself culture may mean big business for home improvement stores, but it may also lead to big headaches for electrical workers
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