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NECA 2013 WASHINGTON DC General Sessions 45 Safety Forum 6 Energy Forum 7 Educational Tracks 8 The NECA Show 9 Opening ReceptionClosing Celebration 1011 Lifestyles Program 10 PreConvention Workshops 1213 Management Seminars 1415 Technical Workshops 1617 ScheduleataGlance 1922 Tours 25 Registration Instructions, Fees Form 2627 Exhibitor List 28 www.nEcaconvention.org

Washington, D.C., the most powerful city in the world, is full of history and history in the making. Get set for another historic event when the 2013 NECA Convention and Trade Show come to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center October 1215 to explore a different kind of power. In the heart of downtown D.C., the Convention Center offers vast exhibit space and stateoftheart facilities, making it a great venue for viewing thousands of new products and service solutions and learning how to grow

taiLor Your eduCation to fit Your needs NECA has created focused topictracks to help you tailor your educational experience specifically for your company needs. Choose from preconvention workshops, to management sessions, to the technical workshops on the trade show floor. we have assembled the industrys best thought leaders to present expert information and technologies that will help you grow your business. Cover all the bases by bringing your key personnel so they can attend one track while y

oPening generaL session Former director of the Central intelligence Agency Former director of the National Security Agency Sunday, October 13, 10151130 am general Michael hayden As the 20062009 director of the CiA, the countrys keystone intelligencegathering agency, FourStar Gen. Michael Hayden ret. was on the frontline of geopolitical strife and the war on terrorism. Earlier, he was appointed by president Clinton to serve as the director of the National Security Agency NSA and chief of the Ce

LaBor reLations sPeCiaL session Monday, October 14, 10001130 am Along with innovation, workforce development continues to shape our evolving industry. NECA will take a hard look at the labor relations issues that matter to our members in a special session, bringing together the local and national leaders that make the decisions and tough choices that keep our industry moving forward. eLeCtri internationaL taLent initiatiVe fifth annual green energy challenge Saturday, October 12, 330445 pm th

safetY forum Saturday, october 12 800 am400 pm and Sunday, october 13 800 am1000 am 250 for NECA members the safety forum will focus on informing, educating, and training participants on current safety and health changes, demands, and best practices being adopted and implemented in the electrical industry by covering the following relevant industry topics n n n n n n n n Supervisors Guide to Job Safety Etd oSHA 10hour train the trainer ArcFlash protection techniques Systems Approach to Electric

Photo courtesy Miller Electric, Jacksonville, FL Photo courtesy Miller Electric, Jacksonville, FL ENERGY AND INDEPENDENCE As the nation pushes towards energy independence, new opportunities abound for electrical contractors. Contractors can seize these opportunities and find independence from the uncertainties of the bid world. How will the advances in emerging technologies, energy efficiency, renewables, energy storage, combined heat and power and the projected abundance of natural gas impact

2013 eduCationaL traCKs the NECA Education tracks are a series of indepth discussions about cutting edge technology, new business strategies, best practices and opportunities, grouped in five tracks of related topics. Each track is filled with hours of content, presented by industry experts. their presentations are geared to providing strategic and practical solutions for electrical contractors. if you want to grow your business, make sure to bring additional key personnel, so you can cover all

the 1 eLeCtriCaL ConstruCtion industrY eVent the neCa shoW the NECA Show is the single largest electrical construction show in North America And...we were just honored as one of the Fastest Growing trade shows in the US. No other place organizes more than 300 companies that will display thousands of products and services that electrical contractors need. See the newest technology on the market today. Find the products that will save time and money, and add profit to your jobs. Customers are expe

oPening reCePtion a night at the natural history Museum Saturday,October12730pm1000pm its a party of epic and presidential proportions NECA presents a Night at the Museum in the Smithsonians mammoth Museum of Natural History. theres something for everyone at this glittering spectacle, so put on your best party dress and get a little glam. Experience fabulous entertainment and enticing gourmet experiences. the Natural History Museums 1.5 million square feetwith more than 125 million pieces on di

Women in neCa roundtaBLe Monday,October14200400pm the wiN roundtable is your time to meet with your fellow women working in the industry. the 2013 wiN roundtable will focus on the risks and rewards of leadership opportunities now and for the future of electrical contracting. if youre a woman involved with the electrical contracting industry, wiN wants you to join us for this onceayear event A joint reception with NECA business development and Future leaders will be held immediately after the wi

PreConVention WorKshoPs these preconvention workshops present an indepth look at many of the leading issues in our industry today, from alternative energy opportunities, updates in safety and code changes, prefab construction, line construction, to new and innovative management strategies. the best minds in our industry will lead these interactive sessions providing the tools you need to ensure your industry superiority. Full course descriptions and speaker bios can be found at www.necaconventio

100 pm500 pm, pw7 100 pm300 pm, pw12 2014 NEC Significant Changes this course provides attendees with a thorough review of the most significant changes in the 2014 NEC. learn about new articles and revisions to existing requirements that have an impact on your daily business. Many jurisdictions require continuing education and updates in NEC knowledge as the Code is revised. this program delivers authoritative overviews of many of the Code changes that must be understood by contractors and ins

management seminars NECAs expanded management seminar schedule has five specialinterest tracks. Attendees can focus on one area such as management or energy solutions while colleagues attend another track, or mix and match the programs that will help you get the results you need. Full course descriptions and speaker bios can be found at www.necaconvention.org. suNDAY, oCtobER 13 800850am,M1900950am,M10 800850am,M6900950am,M15 the Basics of Federal contracting presenter James F. Nagle, partne

800850am,M20900950am,M29 900950 am, M27 changes subpart v and 1910.269 presenter david wallis, oSHA, office of Engineering Safety the session will provide participants with the latest information about changes in Subpart v and 1910.69 affecting electrical transmission and distribution. participants will gain access to how oSHA views compliance requirements contained in the new rule. 800850am,M21900950am,M30 neca government affairs 2013 Update presenters Marco Giamberardino, Executive direct

teChniCaL WorKshoPs Manufacturers and distributors often have the best research and development rd teams in the industry. they constantly study trends and develop new technologies that are designed to help electrical contractors be more effective and efficient on the job. Again this year, NECA has partnered with our exhibitors to bring you nineteen 19 technical workshops in the areas of power, improving productivity, alternative energy opportunities, new management tools, security, and life safe

1230120 pm, room 2, tw10 300350 pm, room 1, tw15 project delivery with biM How to win More and Make More presenters Michael delacey and don interdonato, Microdesk building information Modeling biM is changing the way all players involved in the building project delivery process do business...for the better learn about the latest industry trends in biM adoption and see how biM technologies are helping electrical contractors nationwide achieve significant efficiencies and win more work. rio Sys

Were Stronger Together Relationships take work. Sometimes things go smoothly, sometimes not so much. But a winning relationshiplike the one between Federated and your associationis worth the effort. The result A solid partnership built on a foundation of mutual respect. That partnership has one primary goal helping you build the business you imagined. Visit www.federatedinsurance.com to find a representative near you. PREMIERPARTNER Federated Mutual Insurance Company Federated Service Insuran

sCheduLe at a gLanCe friday, october 11 730 am 500 pm registration ...................................................................................................... dCCC 800 am 500 pm day 1 lC pw1 oSHA Etd 10 Hour trainthetrainer Course James A. McGowan........................................................................................ dCCC 800 am 1000 pm E pw2 NECAAA 104installing Aluminum ConductorsChristel Hunter.....................................................................

sCheduLe at a gLanCe 800 am 850 am ES M1 Fuel Cells Selecting the right technology for the Application eitom Glavinich ............................................................... dCCC 800 am 850 am ES M2 lighting retrofits and relighting Cost Effective for the Customer, Good for the Environment, and Good business for our NationJames r. benya .............................................................................. dCCC 800 am 850 am M M3 5 ways to Make your Small business More Succ

sCheduLe at a gLanCe 700 am 800 am workforce development Committee breakfast .............................................dCCC 700 am 800 am Codes Standards Committee breakfast .............................................. dCCC 700 am 800 am Management Committee breakfast ........................................................ dCCC 700 am 800 am Government Affairs Committee breakfast ............................................ dCCC 730 am 400 pm registration ............................

sCheduLe at a gLanCe 300 pm 500 pm business development Meeting and reception Invitation Only ................................................................................................... dCCC 300 pm 500 pm Future industry leaders reception Invitation Only .................................dCCC 400 pm daily prize drawing.............................................................................Show Floor 1130 am 100 pm lunch requires ticket .............................................

registering for neCa 2013 Washington dC it maKes PerfeCt Business sense where else can you participate in education sessions geared to the needs of NECA contractors, connect with manufacturers and service providers you rely on, and meet up with your fellow NECA contractors Nowhere else but NECA 2013 washington dC And, you get all that knowledge and facetoface networking in just three days, meaning fewer days out of the office, lower travel costs, and immediate results...at a 900 savings Member r

CustomiZe Your eXPerienCe With a La Carte and WeeKend PaCKages were making it easier than ever to access the education, networking, and new products and technologies you need to help your business grow. in addition to full Convention registration, NECA members can choose from two new weekend packages that encompass a range of NECA Convention and trade Show offerings, or members and nonmembers alike can fully customize their time at NECA 2013 washington dC with the a la carte menu Weekend Packag

tours Discover D.c. GEoRGEtoWN DCs GEm NEIGHboRHooD Friday, October 11, 1200400 pm 63 per person Georgetown is one of washington dCs gem neighborhoods,complete with history, culture, grand estates, fine restaurants, and worldclass shopping. begin your day with an overview of Georgetown. From the beautiful canals and waterfront history, to the amazing architecture and political intrigue, this famousneighborhood has many stories. After you see the highlights and history, take a stroll on your own

registration and housing form all badgEs will bE piCkEd up at rEgistration. identification required registration worksheet Chapter Affiliation NECA Member id lASt, FirSt, Mi 1 ClassifiCations Check all that apply n 1 NECA Member owNEr, ACCrEditEd rEprESENtAtivE, or EMployEE n 6 Chapter Staff n 7 veteran Member n 8 NonMember n 9 press n 10 Speaker individual id n 2 Governor n 3 invitee of MemberChapter n 4 Chapter president n 5 Exhibitor registrant Name Nickname for badge title Compa

fEES ANd INSTRuCTIONS registration notes payment and cancellation 1 ClassifiCations Veteran Members receive a 100 discount on registration. A Veteran Member is awarded the designation by the Executive Committee, and is one who has represented a member in good standing for at least 15 years and who is not engaged in any manner in the electrical contracting business. Veteran Members are not eligible for prize drawing tickets. First time Convention attendees receive a 100 discount on full registra

EXHIBITOR LIST There are many ways to get product and supplier information, but only the NECA Show allows you to test a manufacturer or distributors claim easily and on your schedule. Seize the opportunity to directly examine the product or technology, ask facetoface questions, and compare its performance with competitive products...all on one show floor. In addition, attendees can see whats new in the industry, keep abreast of industry and market developments, develop new business contacts, and

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