What is OKNECA?

The Oklahoma Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association is the voice of the electrical contracting industry, working to promote higher standards, quality workmanship and training for a skilled electrician work force. OKNECA members are committed to the safety of your family, neighbors, constituents and the general public.

OKNECA provides legislative representation to its members, as well as a variety of services, and is a member of the Oklahoma Construction Industries Coalition. OKNECA is dedicated to representing, advancing and promoting the interests of its individual member firms in order to help them realize their organizational vision. Ultimately, the customer is the one who benefits the most.

What is a licensed electrical contractor? 

In order to be licensed, a contractor must have the technical training, expertise and experience required to safely perform electrical installations. In Oklahoma, a licensed electrician must pass an exam to become a licensed electrical contractor. To qualify for the exam, an electrician must have held a journeyman’s license for two years. In addition, they must also pass the Oklahoma Electrical Contractor Business Law exam.


About NECA.

National Organization.

NECA was founded in 1901 by a group of professionals with a vision of finding strength through unity to lead a fledgling industry into a bold new future.

One hundred years later, NECA is the strongest voice for the electrical construction industry with chapters throughout the nation and in countries around the world.

Since 1901, NECA has been dedicated to representing, advancing, and promoting the interests of its individual member firms in order to help them realize their organizational vision. Ultimately, the customer is the one who benefits the most.

Local Chapter.

The Oklahoma Chapter has now existed for over 60 years. With the availability of national, regional, and local resources, the Chapter staff is ready and eager to assist their customers in meeting the demands of a fast-paced industry. Furthermore, NECA prides itself on being the best source available for information on the electrical contracting industry.

The Oklahoma Chapter is one of 120 chapters worldwide that comprises the National Electrical Contractors Association. At a national level, the organization represents over 4400 members united by common interests and goals, speaking with one compelling voice.

Board of Directors.

President
Rob Cherry
Osborne Electric Company, Inc.

Governor
Jeff Lewis
Dane & Associates Electric & Communications Company

Board
Carlos Wood
Libra Electric Company

Tim Sardis
Oklahoma Electric Company