Our Contractor Members in Nebraska represent over 40 contractors in Omaha and 12 contractors in Lincoln. Independently owned with an average of 50 years in the business, our members have been contractors for virtually all data center projects in the greater Omaha area. We also service all power houses, including the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant.
Our NECA Contractor specialties include: Power Plants, Medical Centers, Data Centers, Large Manufacturers, Large Industries and Large High Rise Offices.
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Who is NECA?
NECA Contractor Specialties:
• Power Plants
• Medical Centers
• Data Centers
• Large Manufacturers
• Large Industries
• Large High Rise Offices
Learn more about us! Download and watch a Powerpoint Presentation about the NECA.
The National Electrical Contractors Association has enjoyed a long partnership with the IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers). Our partnership in the Nebraska Chapter involves IBEW Local Union #265 (Lincoln) and IBEW Local Union #22 (Omaha). Learn more about our Industry Partners
1. Senate Passes PPP Flexibility Act This week, the Senate passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act by unanimous consent since they were not officially in session this week, but wanted to act quickly before the 8 week period ended for the first round of borrowers. NECA’s Look Ahead: The PPP Flexibility Act addresses several […]
Special thanks to Pete Spencer of Audio Associates, Leslie Spencer of Audio Associates, Stacy Wilson of Wilson Construction, Don Wilson of Wilson Construction, and NECA President Larry Beltramo of Rosendin Electric for renewing their 2020 PLC memberships! Personal Contributions = 167 Corporate Contributions = 369 NECAPAC Fund to 6-5-20 = $193,916 ADMIN Fund to 6-5-20 […]
1. NECA-Supported PPP Flexibility Act Passes the House On May 28, 2020, the House passed the NECA supported bill, H.R. 7010, Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020, in a 417-1 vote. This bill fixes many of the technical and administrative issues with the Paycheck Protection program, such as adjusting current restrictions on non-payroll expenses, extending loan forgiveness beyond the 8-week covered period and […]