NEW JERSEY SKYLANDS CHAPTER
Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex, & Warren Counties
International Association of Electrical Inspectors
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The next meeting of the New Jersey Skylands Chapter of IAEI will be at 6pm, 9 July 2015 at:
The Lamplighter Restaurant
190 W Main St (CR# 513)
Chester, NJ 07930-2405
Our guest speakers for this evening will be JCP&L's representatives Head of metering, Paul Pagano; Line Department, Marty Tuck; Area Manager, Mike Obremski; Engineering, Mario Andre, Emil Delia and Baxter Turkey. They will be discussing requirements for service installations, NEC 230; available short circuit current requirements of NEC 110.24; and service grounding requirements of NEC 250; in addition to answering questions from the floor
CEU credit will be awarded to all DCA licensed Inspectors.
CEU credit will be awarded to all Board of Electrical Contractors licensed IAEI members, $15 additional fee.
The cost for Dinner is $20
Hope to see you all there.
Construction Contract Law A handout from the April 2011 meeting of the Sussex Warren Electrical Contractors Association
29 Normandy Circle
Hopatcong, NJ 07843
Thomas La Monaco