NECA marks fifth year as ANSI-accredited standards developer

The National Electrical Contractor’s Association (NECA) celebrates its fifth year of publishing ANSI-approved standards for electrical construction quality with the release of NECA 111-2003, Standard for Installing Nonmetallic Raceways. The standard is the 22nd volume of the National Electrical Installation Standard (NEIS) series, and the twentieth NECA standard to be approved by the American National

The National Electrical Contractor’s Association (NECA) celebrates its fifth year of publishing ANSI-approved standards for electrical construction quality with the release of NECA 111-2003, Standard for Installing Nonmetallic Raceways. The standard is the 22nd volume of the National Electrical Installation Standard (NEIS) series, and the twentieth NECA standard to be approved by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI).

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