The Intermountain Electrical Association is an association for the Electrical Industry. Consisting of Contractors, Distributors, Engineers, Manufacturers, Manufacturers Reps, Utilities, and Affiliate Members; working together to get done the things that one alone could not accomplish. Below you’ll see some of the great benefits of being a IEA Member.
As a member of IEA you get many benefits on the IEAToday.com website. You will be featured on the homepage and have an advance company page which allow you to have your logo, paragraph about your company, all your employees, and no advertisements.
IEA organizes social events throughout the year to promote better relations between members. Networking with your peers in the local industry gives you the opportunity to create additional business.
These events include golf tournaments, barbecues, meetings, and more.
Another event is the Five Mountain Rendezvous, a joint event with inter-related construction associations.
These local seminars are both professional and educational, giving you the opportunity to come hear and learn from a variety of experts in many different fields, which benefit you and your business.
The IEA Scholarship Fund is available to all IEA members and their dependents.
Over $750,000 has been given to deserving students over the past 15 years. The IEA is able to assist their members in furthering their educational goals.
IEA is involved in the legislative matters that directly impact the electrical industry. IEA is a founding member of the Utah Subcontractors Council.
IEA has an audio / visual library with a variety of motivational, safety and other related video material for you, free of charge.
News Bulletins & Buyers Guide:
Our newsletters will keep you informed of local happenings in addition to national events concerning the electrical industry. IEA now has the IEA Market Guide and Industry Directory online, offering you the Mountain Area Market Guide Directory, and the Product Line Directory.
Local Industry Voice:
Being a member of IEA offers you a local industry voice, which represents the needs and concerns in a variety of areas.