Tag Archives: NECA-IBEW







NECA-IBEW Electricians optimistic for an energized 2020


An association of local electrical contractors and union locals is optimistic that 2020 will provide ample work opportunities with new projects throughout the community. NECA-IBEW Electricians is comprised of IBEW Local 64 of Youngstown, IBEW Local 573 of Warren and signatory electrical contractors in Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana counties. Last year, work was steady and […]

Job shadowing provides hands-on learning for those exploring electrician apprenticeships


As Baby Boomers are retiring, careers in the skilled trades are in greater demand. Schools and guidance counselors are recognizing this and communicating with students that college isn’t the only pathway to a steady career. And locally, there is an influx in the number of students interested in the electrical trade. To highlight the local […]

T-Squared Electrical, a family affair- 3 generations of electricians


Rich Tice, founder of T-Squared Electrical, has deep roots in the electrical industry. He proudly shared something interesting about his background that sets him apart from many other electricians in the industry. The Tice family has 3 generations of electricians. They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery… and for Rich Tice, he […]

Tri-Area Electric Addresses Complex Needs at Salem Hospital


The Business Journal and its “Daily Buzz” online broadcast featured Tri-Area Electric’s project at Salem Community Hospital today. Click here to access the Daily Buzz page, then play the May 13 edition and scroll ahead to the 4:58 point for the Tri-Area story. In the segment, reporter Jeremy Lydic interviews Tri-Area project manager Michael Johnston about […]

NECA-IBEW Electricians Support Liberty High School


High school sports is big in the Mahoning Valley and it’s among the favored causes of the NECA-IBEW Electricians. The group of union electrical contractors and electricians from IBEW Local 573 in Warren and IBEW Local 64 in Youngstown committed to a sponsorship with Liberty High School that includes signage on the football stadium scoreboard. The sponsorship […]