NECA/IBEW Local 48 and the training center are featured in an article in this month’s Oregon Business Magazine. You can see the story online here.
“A diverse workforce and a diverse leadership team is key to the success of the IBEW.” – Keith Edwards, Former Business Manager of Local 48 (and first ever African American IBEW Business Manager). Check out IBEW Hour Power’s video “Committed to Diversity.” http://www.ibewhourpower.com/ibew-local-48-committed-to-diversity/
NECA/IBEW 48 is a proud sponsor of the inaugural Portland Winter Light Festival – February 3-6. It is an outdoor, community celebration illuminating the city with installations by premier light artists and designers. Hosted by OMSI, no tickets are needed for this event simply show up and enjoy the fun! http://pdxwlf.com/
A group of young union members — part of IBEW Local 48’s Reach out and Energize Next-gen Electrical Workers, or RENEW—spent the last two months collecting warm clothes and blankets to give to the homeless. Check out this article from the Northwest Labor Press. https://nwlaborpress.org/2015/12/ibew-local-48-donate-clothes-and-blankets-to-union-gospel-mission/
“Through the IBEW, I have friends and people I now consider as family.” The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ (IBEW) Helmets to Hardhats program helps military veterans get jobs in the construction industry. IBEW Local 48 and the NECA contractors are proud to offer state of the art training and real-life experience to our veterans. Read the full article or learn more at http://www.nietc.org/
Our mission is to lead the electrical industry – by example – to the highest levels of quality, skill, competence, value and integrity, thus earning the acceptance of our customers and community. For over 100 years, our partnership between Oregon-Columbia NECA and the electricians of IBEW Local 48 have built some of the biggest projects in Oregon and Southwest Washington. We look forward to working with you.