Situated along a cottonwood creek bottom, overlooking Colorado’s snow covered peaks to the West, Independent Electrical Contractors (IECRM) members enjoyed an experience they’ll not soon forget at Colorado Clays Shooting Park on Friday, June 29.. The event was the second annual competition and fundraiser for IECRM.
On June 20th, the GC Forum — co-hosted by Hispanic Contractors of Colorado (HCC) and IECRM – held its annual event designed to bring together a variety of Colorado’s Public Entities and General Contractors in a casual networking setting.
Employment opportunities for electricians are growing faster than the average for all occupations in the U.S. Colorado’s building boom in homes and businesses up and down the Front Range require more wiring, electrical power, and systems automation including communications, lighting and control systems. Yet many employers report difficulty finding qualified applicants.
Independent Electrical Contractors-Rocky Mountain Graduates Largest Class of Electrical Apprentices in its History: 100 Percent Employed with No College Debt
On Saturday, June 9th, a record 153 electrical apprentices graduatedfrom the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM) Four-Year Electrical Apprentice Program in a special graduation ceremony at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities.
Channel 7 News Features IECRM in a Special Report Regarding Colorado’s Steady Decline of Skilled Tradesmen
Shortage of Electricians in Colorado Despite Surge in Growth and Construction
Our Colorado: Skilled trades becoming endangered
Low unemployment is an indicator of Colorado’s robust economy.
But, there are also jobs out there that aren’t being filled.
Right now, we have a shortage of people with skilled trades. Particularly, electricians.