Missed construction deadlines mean added costs, delayed economic activity and frustrated customers, not to mention the harm done to the reputation of electrical contractors for performance and reliability.
The National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 134 are committed to providing the best trained, most reliable workforce in Chicagoland. Local 134 electricians receive thousands of hours of classroom and on-the-job training to gain the expertise necessary to provide the highest quality customer service. Our world-class education and training programs teach our experts how to bring a focused, disciplined approach to each job that will deliver environmentally friendly, cost-saving solutions ON TIME and WITHIN BUDGET.
We know how important it is to match our customers with the price, skills and locations they require for their projects. That is why NECA/IBEW Local 134 launched an on-line database that not only includes members' names but also sorts them according to location, size, experience, and dollar volume. In addition, enhanced cooperation between labor and management has helped to establish the highest standards of safety and expertise in the electrical industry, leading to regulations addressing key issues such as safety training, mandatory drug-testing and skills certification of all electricians on the job.