About Us

About Us

Proudly Serving Merit-Shop Members & Electrical Contractors Across Utah.


IEC Utah believes in developing and fostering a stronger economy through the level of quality and services our members provide to the industry. Drawing from the dedication and desire of contractors in the independent sector, our country is able to benefit from a flexible array of services and competitive pricing, which helps maintain an affordable level of costs on utilities and communication. For almost five decades, IEC has faced the challenges imposed by the ever-changing world of the electrical industry. IEC has built a reputation as the premier trade association for America’s independent electrical and systems contractors, aggressively working with the industry to establish a free environment for merit shop.

Like-minded commercial and residential contractors came together with a main goal, to be another voice for the
Electrical Industry in Utah. IEC of Utah joined IEC National in 1996 with eager contractors ready to make a difference in the electrical laws and apprentice training in Utah. We are now one of 50 chapters nationwide.
Our members are dedicated to quality, integrity, and professionalism in the electrical construction industry. Some of our early members got involved with IEC National and became familiar with their training program. In 2003, a non-profit corporation was formed in Utah.
Since then, IEC of Utah has strived to build strong relationships in our industry and with the State of Utah. IEC has been involved with the following: State Electrical board, DOPL, apprentice training and testing, and legislative processes.
With the electrical industry rapidly changing, IEC of Utah decided to form another corporation to better equip and train our apprentices and members - IEC Education of Utah

IEC of Utah’s Board evaluated the needs of our contractors and determined there was not an online apprentice training program fitting the needs of students and their work schedules. Several of the IEC contractors had great need for flexible training schedules and classes. 
In 2008, IEC of Utah created a non-profit school: IEC Education of Utah. Since then, we have continued to expand our offerings from online only, to classrooms and hybrid options with over 600 students. IEC Education has been a success, from creating a school for apprentices then expanding into the following: BICSI, math, journeymen prep classes, and prep questions. IEC Education continues to be active with IEC national curriculum development to keep our focus on activities to help the technician student. 

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With 3,500 member companies in more than 70 chapters throughout the USA, the association serves as the voice of the electrical and systems contracting industry on policies affecting its membership.


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