SOURCE: Industrial Info Resources

September 28, 2009 07:01 ET

NECA-IBEW Explain How Building-Automation Can Save Money Over Legacy Systems, a Feature of "Industry Today" on

SUGAR LAND, TX--(Marketwire - September 28, 2009) - Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Building owners, do you want to save money and improve ease of operation for your building control systems? This can be achieved by installing state-of-the-art building automation technology. The vast majority of the more than 4 million commercial buildings in America today are equipped with outdated mechanical system technology, known as "legacy systems." This Electric TV webcast explains how NECA-IBEW is working with contractors across the country to install building-automation technology, replacing outdated legacy systems. This technology helps clients save money and improves ease of operation of building control systems.

If you'd like more information on building automation and what the NECA-IBEW team can do for you watch this Electric TV webcast.

The National Electrical Contractors Association, or NECA, was founded in 1901 and seeks to serve the management interests of electrical contractors in the United States. NECA boasts 119 chapters in all 50 states, four regional offices, and a home office in Bethesda, Maryland. NECA maintains its leadership role in the electrical industry through labor relations, training, education, advocacy and research.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, or IBEW, was founded in 1891 as a means for electrical workers to come together with one voice. Since that time, the IBEW has grown to more than 750,000 members throughout the United States and Canada. Through its training, on-the-job skill, and professionalism, the IBEW represents the best electricians in the world. The IBEW seeks to organize all electrical workers in the United States into local unions.

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