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As greater powers are devolved from Westminster, the ECA is engaging with the Welsh Government, civil servants, and Assembly Members to ensure that the best interests of electrical and other building services contractors in Wales are recognised.

The Building Regulations, which contain the rules to make new and altered buildings safe and reduce environmental impact, were devolved to Wales at the end of 2011. The ECA has been active in working with the Welsh Government, both before and after the powers were devolved, to positively influence the regulations.

In addition, the ECA continues to work with Welsh politicians and SEC Group on issues including pre-qualification, prompt payment and retentions.

ECA member logo update

ECA member logo update

15 Nov 2017

Following approval by the ECA Council, we are pleased to announce that our corporate and member logos have now been updated.

Industry champion Paul Hurt wins award

Industry champion Paul Hurt wins award

15 Nov 2017

A number of ECA members and associates won at the recent Electrical Industry Awards, notably Paul Hurt of ECA member P&R Hurt, who won ‘outstanding contribution to the industry award’.

Two ECA members win finalist places in the 2017 SkillELECTRIC competition

Two ECA members win finalist places in the 2017 SkillELECTRIC competition

15 Nov 2017

Two ECA Members have reached the final of the 2017 SkillELECTRIC competition. Shaun Gornall of Picow Electrical Engineering Ltd, North West Training Council; and Thomas Williamson of Lloyd Morris Electrical, Coleg Cambria; have scored highly on numerous regional events around the UK.

An introduction to commercial awareness and contracting within the MEP sector - Seminar series

An introduction to commercial awareness and contracting within the MEP sector - Seminar series

28 Nov 2017 00:00

ECA and BESA have teamed up to host a series of full day courses - 'an introduction to commercial awareness and contracting within the MEP sector'.