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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR MEMBERSHIP

IECRM provides vital industry support and leading programs for hundreds of independent contracting companies across the Rocky Mountain region. IECRM connects electrical contractor members with a multitude of opportunities each year to develop, strengthen, and grow their business and presence within the industry and the community.

 

In addition to your local membership with IECRM, you will also be connected as a member of our national association, IEC, providing you with further benefits designed to improve your productivity, increase your job site safety, represent open-market businesses at the Federal level, and programs to bolster your bottom line.


As a Contractor Member of IECRM, you open up your business to countless benefits to enhance your business, including:

Members receive first access and best pricing on apprenticeship training, continuing education, networking events, and more. Through special relationships with a wide variety of partners, IECRM offers members discounts on products and services needed to run a successful electrical contracting business.

IECRM is dedicated to elevating the workforce development of the energy and electrical industry and has developed initiatives to address the growing demand for workers. We help members recruit qualified workers through online job boards, school outreach, and a pre-qualified “Hire List” of candidates, and career fairs to meet job seekers face-to-face.

IECRM leads the country with the largest and most-acclaimed 4-year registered Apprenticeship Training Program. We follow the IEC National Curriculum. Learn more on the Apprenticeship page.

IECRM is a US Department of Labor (DOL) Office of Apprenticeship (OA/BAT) certified training provider. We provide benefits to companies engaged in Davis-Bacon prevailing wage work through the administration of the OA Program on your behalf.  This OA designation allows our member companies with employees in our IEC Apprenticeship School to bid on government projects with Davis-Bacon wage requirements on a tiered scale. This tiered scale allows you to provide wage and benefit estimates far below those listed as Davis-Bacon prevailing wages. This unique benefit of IECRM enables your company to provide a more competitive bid than other bidders.

IECRM events and seminars serve as excellent business development opportunities

  • Free educational seminars
  • Free monthly safety forums
  • From free happy hours with interesting educational twists
  • Annual Summit Awards Celebration that recognizes the best electrical projects and companies of the year

Special events to network, learn from industry experts, and have fun, including a Golf Tournament, Sporting Clay Shoot, Energy Expo, and more.

View our
upcoming events here.

Need a conference room for visiting colleagues? Want to host a company meeting or training? Need a place for your employee party? Members may use rooms in the ______ square foot IECRM Main Campus in Northglenn for free. Contractors receive unlimited access to the meeting space

  • The Great Room, with a kitchenette, is a multi-purpose presentation facility, seating up to 150 people.
  • The boardroom seats up to 20 people and has state-of-the-art A/V technology for presentations.
  • 9 classrooms can seat up to 32 each; two can join together to accommodate a total of 64.
  • Room rentals must be reserved in advance at 303.853.4886 or penny@iecrm.org.
IECRM is your go-to provider for Continued Education, offering the courses journeymen may need to renew their licenses and advance in their careers. Take advantage of courses that will advance your education on estimation, project management, and more. Member companies receive discounts for their employees.
IECRM Industry Partners support your business through high-caliber products, services, and members-only discounts.

The IECRM network is a unique community of electrical contracting businesses, students, and industry partners. With more than 2,000 students, 15,000 alumni, and 250 active companies representing thousands of employees, this is a community like no other for like-minded professionals. You can receive candid advice and assistance to effectively manage your businesses through the IECRM network.

IECRM fights for the merit shop at the Capitol to ensure that our members’ voices are heard by our congressional representatives. Our membership provides strength in numbers, and the government relations committee is active year-round.

Dues are based on the total number of electrical field workers (full-time and part-time) within the company.

Total # of Electrical Field Workers / 2021 Total Monthly Dues


1-3 Field Workers
/ $109.89

4 Field Workers / $120.10

5 Field Workers / $136.45

6 Field Workers / $179.22

7 Field Workers / $204.04

8 Field Workers / $227.82

9 Field Workers / $251.60

10 Field Workers / $276.42

11 Field Workers / $341.35

12 Field Workers / $366.28

13 Field Workers / $390.18

14 Field Workers / $415.09

15-20 Field Workers / $438.98

21-60 Field Workers / $487.55

61-100 Field Workers / $544.18

101-150 Field Workers / $603.98

151-200 Field Workers / $726.32

201+ Field Workers / $806.93


Once membership is established, dues may be paid monthly, quarterly, or yearly. The above rates are a combination of monthly dues for the IECRM Chapter and IEC National membership.

IECRM is a US Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship (OA) certified training provider. This OA designation, formerly called BAT, allows our member companies with employees in our IECRM Apprenticeship School to bid government projects with Davis-Bacon wage requirements on a tiered scale. This tiered scale allows you to provide wage and benefit estimates far below that listed as Davis-Bacon prevailing wages. This unique benefit of IECRM enables your company to provide a more competitive bid than other bidders.

 

IECRM Contractor Members: For information about the OA program, and to obtain a copy of the OA Program Packet and Registration Form, please call the Compliance Manager or Training Manager at (303) 853-4886.

Getting Started Program

Getting Started