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One Way to Handle a Worker Shortage: Get Manufacturers To Do Your Work For You

nVent CADDY

One Way to Handle a Worker Shortage: Get Manufacturers To Do Your Work For You

It’s not a secret that the construction industry is facing a significant labor shortage. Even with wages on the rise, contractors are challenged to find qualified workers. In February, Associated Builders and Contractors reported the industry needed to hire almost 650,000 additional workers on top of the normal pace of hiring in 2022 to meet the existing labor demand.
The Biggest Trend in Data Center Construction Is Edge-y Design

Snake Tray Cable Management Solutions Inc.

The Biggest Trend in Data Center Construction Is Edge-y Design

The commercial building sector has taken a hit the last few years, thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, in ways that could last for at least a few years to come. Many office workers have become comfortable with work-from-home arrangements and their employers might be looking to downsize their office space.
Don't Build an Electrical House of Cards

Mersen

Don't Build an Electrical House of Cards

I'm sure you’ve played the game, or at least heard of it. Taking a deck of playing cards, you begin placing them on their edges, two 'walls' and a ceiling. Card by card, you build outward and upward, creating a little house of cards. The goal is to see how high you can go before it all comes tumbling down.
Arlington SNAP2IT Connectors
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How Inline Fuses Save Solar Developers Time and Money

Littelfuse, Inc.

How Inline Fuses Save Solar Developers Time and Money

Wiring a commercial- or utility-scale solar array can be a complicated affair. Consider, for example, a 2-megawatt (MW) project completed on the campus of Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. This eight-acre installation incorporated 6,950 individual panels and is a typical size for a college campus or community solar farm.
Building Wire – NM Cabling

Southwire Company

Building Wire – NM Cabling

If you're an electrician, you're probably familiar with the various types of building wire, from residential to commercial to industrial. You're likely cognizant of the NEC® regulations for each area. It's not unusual for some head scratching and confusion on some of them. So my best advice when in doubt, contact your local or state inspections office for clarification.
Raceways: Off the Wall Ideas For Electrical Installations

Legrand North America

Raceways: Off the Wall Ideas For Electrical Installations

I've been an industrial electrician for over 30 years. So when somebody says raceway, I naturally think of the big box over a Motor Control Center. Of course, there are those smaller boxes over sets of starters that are often called gutters. But they're raceways nonetheless.
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