“Powering Michigan’s Future“
About Powering Michigan’s Future
Our world runs on electricity and information technology, and the IBEW/NECA team makes it happen. NECA contractors are the preferred provider of electrical services for so many across North America because the centerpiece of our advantage is training. In a competitive marketplace, talk is cheap. Performance is the only thing that matters. That’s why the skill level of our workforce sets us apart. Our often imitated, never duplicated apprentice program produces journeymen who are quite simply the best in the world at what they do. This commitment guarantees you a workforce that is second to none regardless of the project.
Every year, the IBEW NECA team commits more than 100 million dollars nationally to training and that’s just the beginning. Our apprentice program delivers skilled quality workers to your job site and our journeyman upgrade courses keep our workers abreast of the latest trends and advancements in the industry assuring you that you are getting the absolute most for every man hour on the job. Quality work performed efficiently. It’s called productivity. We design and install critical electrical systems delivered efficiently for virtually any type of project.
In an information and technology age where today’s breakthrough is tomorrows old news, we continue to set the standard of excellence in the electrical industry. That’s why time after time, year after year, performance oriented people call on us. We’re the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 58 and the Southeastern Michigan chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association. The IBEW NECA team.
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This month’s “Powering Michigan’s Future” looks ahead at preparations for the North American International Auto Show and the great things happening at Cobo Center. From NECA/IBEW Local 58
ON TONIGHT’S POWERING MICHIGAN’S FUTURE THEY HIGHLIGHT THE CONSTRUTION APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES, WHAT IT TAKES TO LIGHT UP THE CITY FOR THE HOLIDAYS AND MICHIGAN’S ENERGY FUTURE AND SENATE BILLS 437 AND 438.
Tonight’s show highlights the upcoming events around harvestfest and the commissioning of the uss detroit. Also learn about Macomb Habitat for Humanities Motown review event. From NECA / IBEW LOCAL 58.
This Month’s Powering Michigan’s Future Show discusses Pace Financing, the Macomb County Chamber Hall of Fame and upcoming Boy Scouts Building Connections fundraiser.
On tonight’s edition of “Powering Michigan’s Future” we’ll discuss the Habitat Detroit build up project happening this week with Dan Garan of Habitat Detroit, talk about Play Place for Autistic Children with Art Ashley, Chairman of NECA Contractor, Ferndale Electric and Founder, Shell Jones.
We’ll also visit with Pat Devlin, Secretary/Treasurer of the Michigan Building & Construction Trades Council, Michael Richard, Business Manager/Financial Secretary of IBEW Local 58 on the recent AFL-CIO Housing Trust investment in the City of Detroit.
On tonight’s edition of “Powering Michigan’s Future” we discuss an innovative program that aims to invest $30 million dollars in Detroit through the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust. We also will be discussing the region’s construction outlook and job opportunities and explore programs designed to support returning Veterans.
Tonight’s edition of “Powering Michigan’s Future” comes to you live from the Yankee Rebel Tavern on Mackinac Island during the 2016 Mackinac Policy Conference!
Guests tonight include Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel, Major General Clark LeMasters with US Army TACOM, Dr. Paul Rogers with TARDEC, Matt Walsh with HAP, Gary Beaulac with Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, Tom Mittelbrun (Mitt-el-BROON) with the National Electrical Contractors Association of Southeastern MI, Michael Richard, Business Manager of IBEW Local 58…and many more of the Region’s movers and shakers.
On ” Powering Michigan’s Future” we’ll discuss the Play Place for Autistic Children, a new facility opening in Sterling Heights and a new returning Veteran Pre Apprenticeship Program called E-Start. From NECA/IBEW Local
On tonight’s edition of “Powering Michigan’s Future” we’ll discuss House Bill 4813 which makes major changes to Michigan’s regulatory framework regarding electrical work with Michael Richard, Business Manager of IBEW Local 58, Tom Mittelbrun, Executive Director of the National Electrical Contractors Association of Southeastern Michigan and Pat Devlin, head of the Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council…we’ll also learn about a new program for returning Veterans called E-Start which offers pre-apprenticeship opportunities for Vets with Gary Polulak, Training Director of the Detroit Electrical Industry Training Center and be later, be joined by Brad Hewitt, Veteran and Electrical Apprentice and learn more about the trade has changed his life.
On tonight’s edition of “Powering Michigan’s Future” we’ll discuss the integration of technology in buildings and how smart buildings can save money and help run a more efficient business with Jerry Eden, CEO of Synergy Systems Solutions and Marty McLean, Instructor for the Detroit Electrical Industry Training Center. We’ll be joined by Diana Nash with Green Team Coalition to learn about the upcoming Building Information Technology Conference happening on Feb. 24th. Finally, we’ll talk with Andy Levin, President and Founder of Lean and Green Michigan which runs the Michigan Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing program.
On tonight’s edition of “Powering Michigan’s Future” as all eyes turn toward the North American International Auto Show, we’ll spend some time talking with with Michael Richard, Business Manager of IBEW Local 58 and Tom Mittelbrun (MITTELL-BROON), Executive Vice President of the National Electrical Contractors Association about what it takes behind the scenes for the Auto Show, spend time with Rod Alberts, Executive Director of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association and hear about the great things happening at COBO Center with Claude Molinari, Assistant General Manager for COBO and Regional Director of Operations for SMG Mideast.
On “Powering Michigan’s Future” we’ll learn about a one-of-a-kind facility being built right now to support families affected by Autism with Shell Jones, Founder of Play Place for Autistic Children and Art Ashley with Ferndale Electric, we’ll explore the $30 million dollar investment the AFL-CIO and is making in Detroit Housing market with Patrick Devlin, Secretary/Treasurer of the Michigan Building & Construction Trades Council and Michael Richard, Business Manager of IBEW Local 58 and learn more about the need for qualified apprentices to support the Michigan construction industry.
On tonight’s edition of Powering Michigan’s Future we discuss the advanced lighting market in Michigan and the upcoming Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference with Josh Brugeman Director of Energy Efficiency at Next Energy. We also visit with Sarah Sebaly Senior Program Manager at the Workforce Intelligence Network and learn about how the new MI my Bright Future program will connect students with industry and career opportunities.
On tonight’s edition of Powering Michigan’s Future we discuss a very special fundraiser benefiting the Great Lakes Field Service Council of the Boy Scouts of America in partnership with the Construction Industry and also learn more about career opportunities through the Electrical Industry apprenticeship.
On this edition of Powering Michigan’s Future they discuss the upcoming Habitat for Humanity Detroit Blitz Build with Tara Franey Habitat Executive Director and Dan Garan Habitat Construction Manager and learn about the support of IBEW amp NECA contractors and volunteers to pull it all together with Tom Mittelbrun Executive Vice President of NECA of Southeastern Michigan and Michael Richard Business Manager of IBEW Local 58.
They also spend some time discuss opportunities and jobs within the Electrical Industry that can change your life RIGHT NOW.