All 11 spots held by Electrical Alliance Members
LANHAM, MD- November 19, 2014- The Washington Business Journal recently named the top 11 electrical contractors in the DC metro area, all of which are members of the Electrical Alliance.
The list represents the largest in the electrical contracting industry and the Electrical Alliance, a cooperative effort between Washington, D.C. Chapter, NECA and IBEW, Local 26, is proud to have its members exemplifying top standards in the industry.
“These Electrical Alliance contractors made the Washington Business Journal list because of their extraordinary efforts to deliver exceptional value and satisfaction to their customers,” said Andrew Porter, executive director, Washington D.C. Chapter, NECA.
The local JATC recently held its 68th Annual Graduation Ceremony
GREENBELT, MD— June 19, 2014—? The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) in Lanham, Md. recently celebrated the graduation of 120 students. These men and women completed the electrical apprenticeship programs and became Journeyman Electricians and Technicians after completing rigorous training programs.
The 68th Annual Graduation Ceremony, that took place at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt, Md., recognized 94 students who graduated from the JATC’s five-year Inside Wireman apprenticeship program. Graduates from this program completed over 800 hours of classroom instruction and 8,000 hours of supervised on-the-job training. In addition, four students graduated from the three-year Telecommunications program and became Technicians. An additional 22 Residential Wireman, who completed the Residential program, were upgraded to Journeyman.
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