Together labor and management provide the needed expertise, highly trained workforce, safety and dedication to help build many of Central Indiana’s premiere education, health care, utility sites and logistics projects. 

The unique business relationship spans more than 50 years and represents a strong tradition of quality electrical construction, progressive labor negotiations and community service. 

IBEW #481 and the Central Indiana Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) are committed to the safe and efficient performance of work in the electrical contracting industry.  The safety and health of employees and the quality of workmanship are of paramount concern.

Quality Connection …

a labor management partnership representing 100 union NECA electrical contractorsand 2,500 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) #481 electrical workers. 

IBEW #481

1828 N. Meridian Street, Suite 115 * Indianapolis, IN 46202 * 317-931-3611

The Indianapolis Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Center (IEJATC) is a collaborative effort between the IBEW #481 and NECA Central Indiana electrical contractors.  

andrew williams

NECA Central Indiana Chapter

Executive Director

The National Electrical Contractors Association is the voice of the $100 billion industry responsible for bringing lighting, power, and communications to buildings and communities.

jeff wheeler

IBEW #481

Business Manager


Julia Saltsgaver

Quality Connection Executive Director

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) #481 represents 2,500 members who work in a wide variety of fields, including utilities, construction, manufacturing and telecommunications.  IBEW #481 geography is anchored by Marion County.  The area includes Anderson, Carmel, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Lebanon, Martinsville and Shelbyville and surrounding counties.