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Aschinger Electric Teams with IBEW To Complete the New Meramec Valley Branch Library

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Project is the 17th St. Louis County Library Branch Improvement by Electrical Connection Membership

St. Louis County Library’s new Meramec Valley Branch debuted on May 15, 2019.  It is the 17th branch to be modernized by the Electrical Connection partnership comprised of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 and the St. Louis Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).  NECA contractor Aschinger Electric Co. completed the technology-infused library, taking over work from Briner Electric Co. which it acquired in 2018.   The library was designed by Mackey Mitchell Architects and Bond Architects.  Brinkmann Constructors was the construction manager.

The new $5.6 million Meramec Valley Branch located at 1501 San Simeon Way is more than 21,000 square feet and replaces a 2,690-square-foot branch that was the smallest in St. Louis County Library system.  It is infused with the latest technology for research and features a Discovery Zone for children, private study rooms, a quiet reading room, a community meeting room, a business center, a community garden, a walking path and outdoor reading deck.

NECA contractors and IBEW have performed electrical installations on 16 other branches in the St. Louis County Library system including Grant’s View, Weber Road, Jamestown Bluffs, Indian Trails, Rock Road, Samuel Sachs, Cliff Cave, Prairie Commons, Natural Bridge, Oak Bend, Bridgeton Trails, Florissant Valley, Daniel Boone, Grand Glaize, Mid-County and Thornhill branches.  The projects have entailed a wide variety of complexities including electrical, fire alarm, decorative and energy efficient lighting, generators for emergency lighting, and technology improvements for new and renovated branches.

The projects are part of a multi-year capital improvement campaign called Your Library Renewed to improve a total of 19 branches. In 2012, voters approved a $.06 tax increase to fund new facilities and upgrades to existing structures, as well as enhanced library programs and services. More information on all of the library improvements including images can be found at

Now celebrating its 107th year of service, Aschinger Electric is a four generation, family-owned electrical and communications contractor serving the commercial, industrial, educational and health care markets.  Learn more at

Members of the Electrical Connection provide safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.  For more information, visit


Home Builders Association Donates $15,000 to Rebuilding Together-St. Louis

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On behalf of the Home Builders Charitable Foundation (HBCF), 2019 HBA President John Suelthaus of Kingbridge Homes (left) presented a $15,000 donation to Dave Ervin, executive director of Rebuilding Together-St. Louis, and Mark Jansen, Rebuilding Together-St. Louis Board Member.

The donation will be used toward Rebuilding Together-St. Louis’ Rebuilding Day program. Rebuilding Together revitalizes neighborhoods in partnership with the community by rehabilitating the houses of low-income home owners, particularly the elderly and the disabled, so that they may continue to live independently in comfort and safety. Rebuilding Day is the organization’s annual one-day blitz where volunteers make home repairs for low-income, elderly and disabled home owners in the St. Louis Metro area.

The HBA is a local trade association of more than 600 member firms representing the residential construction industry. The Home Builders Charitable Foundation, the HBA’s charitable arm, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing housing assistance to people or organizations with special shelter needs.

Electrical Connection Donates Services to Make Electrical Improvements to Boy Scout Ranch near Farmington, MO

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For the second year in a row, volunteers with the Electrical Connection will be donating skills and services to make electrical improvements to the Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America’s S Bar F Scout Ranch near Farmington, Mo.   The camp has served generations of scouts throughout eastern Missouri for more than 50 years.

On Saturday, May 18, 2019, about 30 volunteers from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 and seven electrical contractor members of the National Electrical Contractors Associations (NECA) will donate services to repair and improve electrical systems.  Many of those helping will be IBEW trade workers who have dedicated countless hours as scoutmasters, like Ken Edgar.  Edgar is a fourth generation IBEW electrician.

“Two of my kids have been in the Boy Scouts and we have thoroughly enjoyed the experience at the S Bar F ranch,” said Edgar.  “We want to make it an even better experience for the next generation of scouts.” Edgar will be joined by his sons, Ken IV, who is also an IBEW electrician and Alex, who is a junior in high school.

Improvements will be made to five different camps on the 5,200-acre site to bring them up to 21st century standards, including:

  • General electrical infrastructure, including fiber optics improvements and better flood lighting;
  • Improving lighting in pavilions and three-sided bunk bed buildings.
  • Upgrading electrical and lighting needs for the Swift Base Camp, where the Boy Scout staff stays;
  • Improving electrical systems to the Healthcare Lodge.

“The Electrical Connection members are setting a great example for our scouts by their service to the community,” said Anthony Fouts, director of camping services for the Boy Scouts.

“Our members are eager to help and will ensure all wiring and installations met the standards of the National Electrical Code,” said Lee Asher, business representative, IBEW Local 1.

Among the NECA contractors that donated service trucks and tools to complete the work were Aschinger Electric Co.; Bell Electrical; RJP Electric, LLC; Sachs Electric Co; Schaeffer Electric, TriStar Electric and Warren County Electric, LLC.

IBEW/NECA unite to form the Electrical Connection, now celebrating its 26th anniversary. Members of the Electrical Connection provide safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.  For more information, visit

SMPS-St. Louis announces its 2019-2020 Board of Directors

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SMPS-St. Louis recently announced their 2019-2020 Board of Directors.

The following slate has been elected by acclamation as the 2019-2020 SMPS St. Louis Chapter Board of Directors. The following individuals will commence their terms in office on September 1, 2019.

  • President: Courtney Kinamore, S. M. Wilson & Co.
  • President Elect: Megan Hinrichsen, Development Strategies
  • Immediate Past President: Nora Bresnahan, Castle Contracting, LLC
  • Treasurer: Julia Pluff, BRiC Partnership
  • Secretary: Reagan Branham, CPSM, HERA laboratory planners
  • Communications Director: Monica Stefek, Spellman Brady & Company
  • Programs Director: Sarah Bundy, CM-BIM, CASCO + Rl5
  • Education Director: Cheryl Vancil, Oates Associates Inc.
  • Membership Director: Katie Helmsing, CRB
  • Sponsorship Director: Monica Zidaru, Shannon & Wilson, Inc.
  • Director at Large: Amanda Bohnert, S. M. Wilson & Co.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the only organization dedicated to creating business opportunities in the A/E/C industries. With more than 7,000 members, SMPS provides leadership and professional development programs, industry research, business-building events, and vital marketing resources. Through SMPS, A/E/C professionals in North America tap into powerful networks to form project teams, secure business referrals and intelligence, and benchmark performance. The Society is committed to validating the practice of marketing and business development as essential to the success of all professional services firms.

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Electrical Connection and the St. Louis Cardinals Host High School STEM Education Event at Busch Stadium

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St. Charles area high school students honored earlier this year for achievements in STEM education learned more about how data science is used to improve the fan experience by the St. Louis Cardinals.  The Cardinals partnered with the Electrical Connection to treat the students to a behind the scenes look at how technology is changing and improving baseball operations, all requiring a strong foundation in STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and math.  The May 15, 2019 presentation at Busch Stadium detailed how data analytics are used in marketing and in measuring a player’s performance that is part of new information graphics on scoreboards. The presentation also revealed ever evolving integrated IT and communications systems in the stadium.

The panel discussion was moderated by Tony Simokaitis, director, scoreboard operations & fan entertainment, senior account executive. Panelists included:

  • Joe Abernathy, vice president, facility planning and engineering;
  • Jennifer Needham, manager, ticketing & business analysis; and
  • Jaren Haukap, editor, Daktronics specialist.

“The Cardinals have been part of this community for more than 100 years and every generation brings something new from which to learn and adapt,” Jim Curran, executive vice president, Electrical Connection, told the students.  “You are the generation that is already helping chart new ways to understand and enjoy America’s pastime.  Our contractors and electricians are proud to be part of that infusion of technology that is improving the fan experience.”

Every year, NECA contractors and IBEW have been tapped to engineer and install the new technology infrastructure, not only at Busch Stadium but at Ballpark Village. The Electrical Connection is a partnership of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 and the St. Louis Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).

The students engaged in the presentation were honored at the March 1, 2019 STEM Celebration Breakfast presented by EDC Business & Community Partners in St. Charles County and also sponsored by the Electrical Connection.  They were joined by school officials and Greg Prestemon, EDC president and CEO.

The STEM education event began with brief tour of Busch Stadium, including a visit to the UMB Champions Club, where the Cardinals’11 World Series championship trophies are on display.

The St. Louis Cardinals STEM event is one of several educational initiatives support by the Electrical Connection.  Others include partnerships with the FIRST Robotics, the Saint Louis Science CenterMissouri Energy Initiative (MEI), the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)and more.

Electrical Connection members provide safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.  For more information visit

A Decade of Work by Contractors, Community and Collaborators Culminates in National Award for Diversity & Inclusion

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May 21 is World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development 2019

They say it takes a village to raise up a child.  An industry-focused village of builders, suppliers and community partners has been working together for more than 10 years to raise up and increase participation by minority- and women-owned businesses in Missouri’s construction industry. And their efforts are starting to pay off.

According to Steve Lewis, vice president of inclusion for the AGC of Missouri, here are just a few of the results of the decade-long effort:

  • Diverse membership in the AGC of Missouri has risen from miniscule 10 years ago to 14 percent today, with plans to grow total membership by an additional 25 percent over the next two years. Diversity within the AGCMO board of directors’ membership also has grown significantly, with currently five black (non-Hispanic) and 10 female members serving.
  • Becky Spurgeon, president of Interface Construction, a minority- owned business, currently serves as chair-elect and, in January 2020, will become chair of AGCMO’s board of directors.
  • Michael Kennedy, Jr., chief executive officer of KAI Enterprises, also a minority- owned business, is vice chair of AGCMO’s Building Division in 2020.
  • A robust AGCMO Diversity Committee crosses all disciplines within the industry and is currently comprised of 20 members, with 45 percent diverse representation.
  • Four St. Louisans serve on AGC of America’s national Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Steve Lewis is the chapter representative and Frank Wilson, president of BFW Contracting LLC, serves as chair.

The first chapter within the 89-chapter AGC of America to hire a full-time diversity director 10 years ago, the Missouri AGC chapter was recognized in April with the AGC of America national Diversity & Inclusion Excellence Award for being a champion in advancing diversity and fostering a culture of inclusion within its workforce, supply chain and in the communities in which it serves.  The award was presented at the AGCA 2019 national convention in Denver to Lewis; Spurgeon; Wilson; Monica Bailey, director of diversity, McCarthy Building Companies; and Len Toenjes, president, AGCMO.

Wilson also received a national Chairman of the Year Award for his service, leadership and dedication as chair of the AGCA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Other St. Louis-based members serving on the national committee include Bailey; Michael Kennedy, Jr., chief executive officer of KAI Enterprises; and Lewis.

“AGC of Missouri, as one of the first AGC chapters to dedicate time and resources to diverse businesses, has been a leader in advancing diversity and inclusion within the association,” said Brynn Huneke, director, diversity & inclusion, member engagement for AGC of America.  “AGC of America was honored to present them with the 2019 Diversity & Inclusion Excellence Award for an AGC Chapter.”

In addition to great leadership, Lewis believes it’s been the broad range of community partners and programs that has created sustainable and growing diversity in Missouri. The former AGC of St. Louis (now part of AGC of Missouri) participated in the Stempel Plan Mentor-Protégé program in a joint venture with the St. Louis Minority Business Council. Today, AGCMO provides significant financial support and serves on the board of directors of the Regional Union Construction Center (RUCC). In addition, many AGCMO members serve on the advisory boards of companies that participate in the RUCC program. From 2001-14, AGC of St. Louis operated the Construction Careers Center Charter High School that provided an open opportunity for high school students to be introduced to the construction industry. The CCC offered gateways to the construction industry through programs like Ameren’s Skilled Trade Education Program, preparing students for careers in the energy industry.  CCC also participated in the Architectural, Construction and Engineering (ACE) mentoring program whereby many students earned internships with AGC-member companies.

AGCMO also is a member and sponsor of the National Society of Black Engineers and its Pre-College Initiative Program that prepares and introduces students to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) for the careers of today and tomorrow.  Other major community partnering programs included MoDOT’s I-64 Workforce Development Program, the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge project, and the current NGA West project.  AGCMO is also active and a sponsor of the Building Union Diversity (BUD) program. Among others, it sponsors Missouri Women in Trades, providing support for tradeswomen in the industry. AGCMO also is an investor and serves on the board of directors and technical assistance committee of the Contractor Loan Fund, a $10.6 million private equity fund that provides financing for minority- and women-owned businesses. An AGCMO representative also serves as a board member for the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) and also regularly participates in MoDOT and MOKAN training symposia. AGCMO is a member of the MoDOT statewide Inclusion Advisory Council and Regional Diversity Council.  AGCMO also serves on the Diversity Committee and Cultural Competency Task Force of the St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers and the Education and Diversity Committee of the St. Louis Construction Cooperative, a labor-management organization.

Lewis wants to thank the members of AGCMO’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee for their tireless efforts that continue today:

  • Monica Bailey, McCarthy Building Companies
  • Sedrick Brandt, Brandt Contracting Inc.
  • Don Buchmueller, EM Harris Construction
  • Roslyn Croft, Tarlton Corporation
  • Steve Faust, icon Mechanical Construction & Engineering, LLC
  • Amy Heeger, AME Constructors, Inc.
  • Steven Harris, RubinBrown LLP
  • Howard Hayes, Paric Corporation
  • Michael B. Kennedy, Jr., KAI Enterprises
  • Thomas E. Kuhn, Millstone Weber, LLC
  • Vicki LaRose, Civil Design, Inc.
  • Steve Lewis, AGCMO (staff liaison)
  • Emily Martin, Aschinger Electric Company
  • Donald Rosenberger, PE, Delta Companies Inc.
  • Patricia Schaeffer, D & S Fencing Co., Inc.
  • Roger Spearman, A-1 Private Investigations, LLC
  • Robert Taylor, Realm Construction, Inc.
  • John VanAsdale, BSI Constructors, Inc.
  • Ronald Wiese, Alberici Constructors, Inc.
  • Frank Wilson, BFW Contracting LLC
  • Scott Wilson, S.M. Wilson & Co. (chair)
  • Michael Zambrana, Pangea Group

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry. AGC represents more than 26,000 firms, including over 6,500 of America’s leading general contractors, and over 9,000 specialty-contracting firms. More than 10,500 service providers and suppliers are also associated with AGC, all through a nationwide network of chapters.

The Associated General Contractors of Missouri is the leading voice of the construction industry in Missouri, representing over 500 commercial, industrial, heavy and highway contractors, industry partners and related firms in 110 counties throughout Missouri.



Concrete Polishing Council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors Relaunches Tradesman & Craftsman Certifications

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The Concrete Polishing Council (CPC), a specialty council of the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC), St. Louis, MO, has relaunched its Tradesman and Craftsman certifications.  The certification programs were begun by the Concrete Polishing Association of America, precursor of the CPC.

A certified Tradesman requires knowledge on the proper procedure to polish concrete but lacks sufficient work experience to qualify as a Craftsman.  Craftsman certification is open to those who have achieved Tradesman certification and have a minimum of 4,500 hours of work experience in surface preparation, grinding, edging, chemical application, honing, polishing and polishing equipment maintenance.  Recertification is necessary every five years and requires successful completion of a written examination.

Those applying for Tradesman certification may purchase the Tradesman Certification Manual, an 86-page booklet covering Safety, Polished Concrete, Grinders/Equipment, Diamond Tooling, Maximum Refinement, Chemicals and Concrete.  The book also includes a Glossary and the CPC Position Statements.  The certification exam is based on the Manual.  Cost is $50 for CPC members and $65 for non-members.  An online review course covering the same information and with sample test questions is available to help technicians prep for the exam.  The review course is $150 for members and $190 for non-members.

The Tradesman examination, also online, is approximately two hours and consists of 50 multiple choice questions.  It requires a score of 70% or better.  CPC members pay $250 to take the exam; $315 for non-members.

Craftsman certification requires a passing grade on the Tradesman exam and 4,500 hours of verified work experience.  Work experience forms for employed workers, self-employed workers, and union laborers are available online.  Craftsman certification is $75 for members and $100 for non-members.

The concrete polishing certification program provides the industry with distinction between skill levels based on knowledge and real-world experience.  Polishing contractors can use the program to provide employees long-term goals toward education, training and mastery.  Owners and general contractors can utilize it to set specifications and determine the best qualified bid list.

The CPC was formed to provide standards, education and a professional network for polishing contractors and others serving in the industry. The primary goals are to furnish training opportunities and certification programs for members and to share information on best practices with the design and construction community.

The American Society of Concrete Contractors is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of those who build with concrete, and to providing them a unified voice in the construction industry.  Members include concrete contracting firms, manufacturers, suppliers and others interested in the concrete industry such as architects, specifiers and distributors.  There are approximately 770 member companies in the United States and 15 foreign countries.  For more information, visit or call the ASCC office at (866) 788-2722.

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Laclede’s Landing Hails Memorial Day Completion of Lucas Ave Project

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St. Louis-based Stika Brothers Concrete Contracting, Inc. is the lead contractor for the  Lucas Avenue Project in Laclede’s Landing, a high-impact effort wrapping up this weekend that creates vehicular access to the Landing’s south end and features pedestrian-friendly sidewalks with trees and lighting.

John Clark, president of the Laclede’s Landing Community Improvement District, said the $350,000 infrastructural project creates a new main artery access point to the Landing connecting Lucas Avenue from Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard to Lumiere Boulevard (Third Street). Clark said the newly rebuilt section literally paves the way for the growing amount of residential development there. Advantes Development is converting the former Bi-State Development headquarters at 701 North First Street into Peper Lofts. Advantes Principal Brian Minges has two more Landing structures under contract – the former Hoffman Building (700 North Second) and the Greeley Building (618-624 North Second) – for a mixed-use, residential-retail redevelopment.

“Brian is seeing great success with the Peper Lofts, the Landing’s first-ever multifamily development that is quickly filling up,” said Clark. “With the completion of all the work on the Gateway Arch grounds and museum plus an additional $20 million in recent investments on the Landing with more to come, we anticipate increasing demand for additional residential options from those who want to live in this premier riverfront location.”

The new stretch of Lucas Avenue is anticipated to open this Monday, May 27.

MCA-EMO Recognizes Scholars/Volunteers

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Julie, Reyes, Michael Hughes, Caitlyn Reilly, Rhiannon Hall

The Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri celebrated outstanding scholars and industry leaders at its annual awards dinner held May 2nd at the Danforth Plant Science Center. Four outstanding high school students entering college and two University of Missouri-Columbia MCAA Student Chapter Scholars were presented  with $36,000 in student scholarships.  Four local leaders in the mechanical contracting industry also were recognized for their volunteerism and dedication to the industry.

The four high school students, each recognized with an $8,000 four-year scholarship ($2,000 per academic year), were:

Julia Reyes from St. Peters, MO (63376). Reyes, a student at Francis Howell Central with a 4.59 GPA, plans to attend the University of Missouri-St. Louis.  She is the daughter of AJ and Shelley Reyes. AJ Reyes is employed by Pipe & Ducts Systems as a 4th year apprentice construction pipefitter.

Michael Hughes from St. Clair, MO (63077). Hughes is a student at St. Clair High School with a 4.02 GPA. He plans to attend Missouri S&T.  He is the son of Matt and Michelle Hughes. Matt Hughes is employed by C&R Mechanical as a service fitter.

Caitlyn Reilly from Fenton, MO (63026). Reilly is a student at Ursuline Academy with a 4.08 GPA. She plans to attend the University of Arkansas. She is the daughter of Pat and Sharon Reilly. Pat Reilly is employed by Haberberger, Inc. as vice president of construction marketing.

Rhiannon Hall from Troy, IL (62294). Hall is a student at Metro-East Lutheran High School with a GPA of 4.18. She plans to attend the University of Kentucky. She is the daughter of Cory and Michaele Hall. Cory Hall is employed by C&R Mechanical as a sales engineer.

The Mizzou MCAA Student Chapter Scholars also were each presented with a $2,000 scholarship:

Thomas Walsh from St. Charles, MO (63303). The son of John and Dina Walsh, Thomas Walsh is enrolled in the mechanical engineering program at Mizzou and is treasurer of the student chapter.

Ahmad Atallah, Thomas Walsh

Ahmad Atallah from Columbia, MO (65203). The son of Wajih Atallah and Bassmat Atallah, Ahmad Atallah is enrolled in the mechanical engineering program at Mizzou and is president of the student chapter.

According to Kristy Stephens, executive director of MCA-EMO, the event also presented an ideal opportunity to recognize the organization’s outstanding industry leaders.   “These four members have dedicated countless hours to the betterment of our industry, both on a local and national level.  From serving on national committees or working on labor and legislative issues, to serving on our board of directors or mentoring our student chapter, these individuals have strengthened our organization and the industry as a whole.”

MCA-EMO members recognized included:

Dennis Corrigan, president, Corrigan Brothers, Inc. from Clayton, MO (63105). Corrigan served on the MCA-EMO board of directors from 2007-2019 and was president, 2011-13. He served on several committees over the years and was a strong voice in joint endeavors with labor organizations. As a trustee, he was one of the first people to tackle pension reform on a local level by researching and presenting alternate plans to the existing defined benefit plan. He has served on that MCAA national board of directors since 2015 and currently serves on the MCAA Government Affairs Committee. He also has been a leader in Washington, D.C. and on Missouri legislative affairs.

Mike Hurley, senior project manager, Rock Hill Mechanical from Wildwood, MO (63005). Hurley was a member of the MCA-EMO board of directors from 2011-19, serving one year as treasurer then as president from 2013-16.  He’s been an outstanding volunteer, focusing on budget and financial responsibility, work issues and involvement by outstate members, as both president and as a board member, he helped establish and has promoted the UMC MCAA Student Chapter, and has participated in several MCAA national conventions.

Nick Kneische, project engineer-commercial, Murphy Company from St. Louis (63139). Kniesche was recognized as Emerging Leader.  While a university student, Kniesche led Mizzou’s MCAA Student Chapter as they went on to win the national student chapter competition and were recognized as the Outstanding Student Chapter at the 2017 MCAA National Convention. He has given back to his student chapter by mentoring the 2019 student project team. He serves on both the education and young professionals committee within MCA.

Malcolm Sweet, general manager, Integrated Facility Services from Affton, MO (63123). Sweet has been a tireless leader, working on several major initiatives, including serving as leader of the steering committee to form the UMC MCAA Student Chapter. He has been instrumental in revisions to the organization’s By-Laws and Policies, legislative drafts on licensing and codes, and other important industry issues.  He also is active with the Plumbing Industry Council.

MCA-EMO offers programs crucial to the ongoing success of contractors and vendors operating within the construction industry in Eastern Missouri. For 120 years, the MCA has sponsored cost-effective educational opportunities taught by qualified and experienced professionals in the MCA Training Center. MCA-EMO also offers industry events, networking opportunities, and sponsors a 16-member student chapter at the University of Missouri-Columbia which recently placed in the national Final Four student competition.   Visit:

Electrical Connection Contractors Rank Among St. Louis’ Largest Electrical Contractors

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The strength of Electrical Connection member contractors is again evident in an annual ranking of the largest electrical contractors in St. Louis.   Nineteen of the top 23 electrical contractors ranked by the St. Louis Business Journal are members of the St. Louis Chapter of the National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA). NECA partners with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 to form the Electrical Connection labor-management partnership.

The rankings are by gross billings in 2018 and can be found at this link:  Among the 19 St. Louis NECA electrical contractors on the April 26, 2019 listing and their revenues are:

  • Sachs Electric — $327.5 million
  • J.F. Electric Inc. — $205.5 million
  • PayneCrest Electric Inc. — $160 million
  • Guarantee Electrical Co. — $154 million
  • Aschinger Electric Co. — $47.3 million
  • Kaiser Electric — $45.85 million
  • TSI Global Cos., LLC — $35.61 million
  • Bell Electrical Contractors Inc. — $28.4 million
  • K&F Electric Inc., a Zak Co. — $28.21 million
  • Kaemmerlen Electric — $28 million
  • Schaeffer Electric Co. Inc. — $24.6 million
  • RJP Electric LLC  — $19.9 million
  • TD4 Electrical and Communications LLC — $19 million
  • Pyramid Electrical Contractors — $18.75 million
  • Schneider Electric of St. Louis LLC — $18.61 million
  • Vision Electric & Systems – $18 million.
  • Kay Bee Electric — $16 million
  • M.R. Bathe Electric – $13.4 million
  • J. Bathe Electric — $8.5 million

NECA members in the rankings include minority and women-owned contractors.  The industries served by the NECA contactors on the list span residential and commercial, including healthcare, power, industrial, retail, multifamily, renewable energy, institutional, R&D, data centers, schools and more.

St. Louis NECA contractors employ IBEW electricians and communication technicians.  The IBEW/NECA Electrical Connection partnership provides safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.  For more information,

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