January 2024

Electrical Construction & Maintenance: Volume 123, Issue 1
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Estimating Tips for Long Lead Time Items

Jan. 18, 2024
Five major considerations to keep in mind when estimating for electrical components with significant lead times
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Using Business Software to Manage Your Manpower Needs

Jan. 18, 2024
How far can you see ahead to determine job-site requirements?
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What to Do When Your Electrician Days Are Over

Jan. 18, 2024
Why pursuing a career as an electrical inspector may make sense for you

NEC Requirements for GFCIs and AFCIs

Jan. 17, 2024
Do you know the specific locations where GFCI and AFCI protection are required?

Stumped by the Code? NEC Requirements for LFMC

Jan. 17, 2024
Answering your NEC questions

More content from January 2024

Illustrated Catastrophes: A Permanent Temporary Installation

Jan. 17, 2024
See the latest Code violations from NEC Consultant Russ LeBlanc.

Training Your Customers About Lighting Controls

Jan. 17, 2024
Does your client know how to operate its lighting control system? If training wasn’t part of your contract, maybe it should have been.

What's Wrong Here? Hint: Mingled and Missing Circuit Breakers

Jan. 17, 2024
Can you spot the Code violation in this photo?

How to Avoid Catastrophic Electrical Failures

Jan. 17, 2024
Steps for identifying signs of motor control center (MCC) failure and protecting both equipment and personnel

The 10 Craziest Code Violations of 2023

Jan. 15, 2024
Presenting the most bizarre electrical installation mishaps of last year that violated the 2023 NEC.

Dedicated Electrical Spaces About Electrical Equipment

Dec. 14, 2023
A closer look at NEC Sec. 110.26 and IPC 502