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Electrical Estimating: Software for Contractors to Help With Scheduling Jobs

After you find the right job, there is still the issue of trying to estimate what that job is worth. All of that paperwork can be a hassle but with the right software tool it will make things that much simpler. Below is a list of electrical estimating software for contractors considered some of the best on the market. These are all reviewed on Softwareadvice.com Read more.

For Your Electrical Project, Planning Is Crucial

When taking on an electrical contracting job, it is imperative that you invest a good deal of time in careful electrical project planning with attention to detail. You should have a game plan for every step of the job including:

  • The initial stages of electrical project planning and development
  • The construction phase and project delivery
  • Project close out

All members of the project team (such as construction project managers, engineers, estimators, foremen, etc.) should be involved in the electrical project planning process and should be in close communication with one another throughout the job in order to ensure that any changes to the plan are understood by all and to make certain that everything goes smoothly and according to plan. Read more.

NECA Announces Alliance with Fixxbook to Market Membership

Bethesda, MD – The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has announced a new alliance with Fixxbook to provide value to their contractor members including increased exposure to more service and maintenance revenue opportunities. Read more.

The Top Ten Electrician Trade Schools & Programs

With an increasing demand for commercial electrical contractors, it’s important for individuals to be aware of the electrician trade schools that provide quality classroom knowledge as well as practical hands-on applications. These schools provide the essential hands-on applications of an apprenticeship, while offering a classroom setting to study electrical theories and systems and become familiar with the National Electronic Code standards. Read more.