As part of a series addressing fires in residential buildings, this report addresses the characteristics of residential building heating fires.
The South Carolina Building Codes Council has adopted the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) effective January 1, 2023
IAEI News Magazine, the magazine of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, has moved to a quarterly print publication schedule
The Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council (LSUCCC) has adopted the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC), effective January 1, 2023
As CONEXPO-CON/AGG continues to draw near, Stephen Roy, President, Region North America, at AEM member company Volvo Construction Equipment, discussed his thoughts on the show and the direction of the construction equipment industry.
CityPlace Tower in downtown West Palm Beach had almost everything a Trophy Class A Office Building could offer.
A variety of advanced task lighting options can significantly improve the safety and efficiency of utility crews and first responders during outages and disasters.
The State of Oklahoma has officially adopted the 2020 NEC as of September 14, 2022. It is the statewide minimum code for enforcement.
The Analysis of Changes, NEC-2023 is almost completed. IAEI’s Education Department teamed up with a local artist to give fresh, updated graphics.
This #IAEINewsLive is a recorded session and a discussion of influencing change in our electrical industry. The electrical industry culture is something that does not change on a dime.