St. Louis is only one of 60 chapters across the country who service independent electrical contractors. The National office of the Independent Electrical Contractors is located in Alexandria, Virginia. Today 87% of all electrical contractors in the U.S. are independent.
A consumer, business or general contractor wondering where to turn for quality electrical work, IEC is the place to look. Choose an IEC licensed and bonded contractor to meet your electrical needs.
If you are an electrical contractor needing access to apprenticeship and management training, support networks, legislative and regulatory answers, safety programs, cost savings services and ideas, or more skilled workers, IEC has what you are looking for.
If you are an electrical supplier or manufacturers looking for innovative ways to network with contractors, distribute products and services, or keep up to date with changes in the electrical industry, iEC can provide you with the training needed through our Industry Partner Program.
If you are an individual seeking a career, or an electrician needing a career boost, IEC has the training resources to satisfy your needs. All of the IEC apprenticeship program asre registered with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship.
Take the time to puruse the IEC website and get acquainted with the opportunities available to all electrical contractors and their employees.
To Prospective New Members:
IEC offers several types of membership. The two most common are contractor and associate memberships.Thank you for your interest in the Independent Electrical Contractors Association of Greater St. Louis. IEC is a professional association established to promote the highest standards in the electrical industry. It is the association in St. Louis that is directed by and for independent electrical contractors.
Contractor members are “any person, firm, partnership or corporation engaged in the business of construction, maintenance, design, or installation of electrical systems, who subscribes to the purpose of this association and is of good character and business reputation.” Contractor members must be licensed if they work in counties and cities which require licensing. All applicants for contractor membership must provide a certificate of insurance and three business references to be considered for membership.
Associate membership is offered to “any person, firm, partnership or corporation engaged in a trade, industry or profession related to electrical construction who subscribes to the purpose of this association and is of good character and business reputation.”
Dues are assessed upon approval of membership by the IEC Board of Directors. All annual membership fees are due yearly on October 1. Members joining prior to or after the annual billing date will be pro-rated for the first year of membership, and will be billed annually thereafter in accordance with the October 1 due date. For information about the dues structure, please call the IEC or contact email@example.com.
IEC’s goal is to continue to represent the quality independent electrical contractor. All membership applications are reviewed by the IEC Board of Directors. Membership is subject to approval by the Board.
If you have any questions, please call the IEC office at 739-4650. Return this application with all supporting documentation and application fee to the above address.