Congratulations to AES VP Jim Strange on being selected as a Fellow of the academy of electrical contracting. One of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) highest honor.
The Academy of Electrical Contracting was established in Philadelphia On October 11, 1968. On that date, the Board of Governors of the National Electrical Contractors Association authorized the addition of Article XI to the NECA Bylaws, thus establishing the Academy to recognize exceptional and outstanding service to the electrical contracting industry.
The purposes of the Academy are to honor outstanding leaders in the electrical contracting field and to preserve and utilize for the benefit of the construction industry the wealth of experience and ability these men have developed through their years of dedicated effort.
Fellows of the Academy must have rendered exceptional service to their industry, and that service is continued and enhanced through membership in the Academy. Fellows prepare special papers on aspects of electrical construction in which they have developed expert knowledge. They also participate in fact-finding surveys to determine trends within the industry and make recommendations based on their analyses. An important responsibility for the members of the Academy is participation in long-range studies to ascertain future requirements for the electrical contracting.
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