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2002
As of December 12, 2017

Stacking of Trades for Electrical Contractors

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Labor productivity is one of the most important factors that affect the profitability of contractors. Stacking of trades is one of the many influences that affect labor productivity. This research primarily concentrates on the effects stacking trades have on labor productivity.

Repositioning Careers in Electrical Contracting

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The goal of this project is to improve the quality and quantity of entry level applicants by repositioning careers in electrical contracting.

Enhancing Financial Success Among Electrical Contractors

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The purpose of this study is to enhance the financial success of electrical contractors by projecting the future of the industry. Such a projection will provide managers with critical information for enhancing their firms' financial success.

Successfully Managing Limited-Energy Systems Projects

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Limited-energy systems (LES) are becoming an increasingly large part of the commercial, industrial, and institutional construction dollar; and this trend will continue.

Optimal Operational Model for Electrical Contractors

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The purpose of this research was to investigate the productivity improvement principles used in various industries and to suggest implementable models for use in the electrical construction industry. The research was very successful.

Eye on the Future: Visions, Challenges, and Trends in Electrical Contracting

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The engineering and construction industry undertakes the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance activities that transform resources of labor, capital (money, materials, and equipment), and knowledge into the facilities required to meet a broad range of physical, economic, and social needs.