Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc.
San Antonio Chapter

IEC San Antonio was awarded the prestigious award of 2014 National Apprenticeship Chapter of the Year. We received this award during the 57th Annual IEC National Convention held October 22-26, 2014 in Baltimore, MD.

For more awards, please check out of Chapter Awards page.
Support Mac Arthur High School's Electrical Apprentice Program today!
Their program feeds students directly into our IEC Program so your support is crucial. We also support them in Skills USA.
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The Independent Electrical Contractors of the San Antonio Chapter are leading the way in connecting electrical contractors stewardship and sound business practices within the local, state, government and industry leaders.

The electrical industry is the most technical of all building trades. It requires a professional to manage and a professional to construct electrical projects. The only way to become a professional is through training, education, and experience.

Our goal at IEC is to offer independent electrical contractors quality educational programs, information, and services to help them excel in today's market.

Established in San Antonio in 1933, IEC is a trade association made up of more than 3,200 merit shop electrical systems contractors within 75 chapters nationwide. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, IEC is dedicated to promoting the common interests of those engaging in the business of electrical and communications construction. IEC also works to initiate federal and state legislation that makes the electrical industry safer and stronger.

IEC provides a forum for independent electrical contractors to continue learning while improving their company and their industry. You are invited to become one of the true professionals in the electrical industry by joining IEC today.
Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc. - San Antonio Chapter
5511 Ingram Road
San Antonio, TX 78228
Phone: 210.431.9861
Fax: 210.434.2510
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