Who We Are

The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) works together with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) to provide our customers with the highest level of trained professionals in the electrical industry. With nearly 1,000 classroom hours and five years of on-the-job training, our IBEW electricians get the job done right the first time. We pride ourselves in providing trained, committed, professional electricians.

Building Omaha (NECA-IBEW) is a nonprofit organization established through a collective bargaining agreement devoted to promoting the union electrical construction industry through advertising, publicity, continuing education and a wide range of services to both the union and management members.

We offer the best-trained, safest and most experienced electrical workers in the country. Together we provide a model educational partnership through the electrical training ALLIANCE (previously called NJATC). This training results in the most qualified electrical workers who have high project efficiency, apply superior safety standards and implement unprecedented energy savings.

The LMCC is a unique entity, working to ensure our industry partners — NECA Electrical Contractors and the IBEW tradesmen — have the capability to serve their customers in the most effective way possible. They assist workers and employers to solve mutual problems that affect the working life of employees with the goal to improve the local electrical industry. They achieve this goal through collaborative efforts in communication, education, marketing, safety standards, legislation and innovation.