Publications

PCCA Journal: A Powerful Business Tool for Members
of the Power & Communication Contractors Association

Journal
The Power & Communication Contractors Association's new PCCA Journal is exactly what our members have been asking for: a publication that provides business management information to help them run more effective and profitable construction businesses. Feature articles include job stories focusing on PCCA members, legal and financial guidance, and expert analysis of safety, locating, and insurance issues. Regular departments cover legislative and regulatory information, market updates, relevant research, PCCA member news, and an industry calendar.

Advertising in PCCA Journal can benefit your company's bottom line. The journal offers high visibility, optimum value, and direct access to decision makers at the industry's leading companies throughout North America.

"PCCA Journal is designed specifically for you, the PCCA member, with articles about what you do, how you do it, and ways to do it more profitably. PCCA Journal is first and foremost about running a business and about making money in the tough and demanding construction world. Hopefully, each issue will give you ideas that you can turn into action, making your company more productive, more efficient, more creative, and more successful." —PCCA President Greg Johnson

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PCCA 2016-2017 Membership Directory & Buyer's Guide

Published annually, the printed version of our membership directory offers a listing of PCCA members along with a look at the organization's structure including officers, staff, bylaws and more. Please note: The membership listings are current at the time of printing. For the most current, up-to-date listing of PCCA's membership please use our searchable online database.

PCCA Financial Statistical Survey

Financial-Survey
Produced in conjunction with the National Utility Contractors Association, it examines the overall position of utility, power, and communications construction and service businesses, as well as compensation levels and benefits provided for 30 positions in these industries.

The survey data is presented in five categories based on the respondent's annual revenue: all respondents, less than $5 million, $5-10 million, $10-20 million, and more than 20 million. The 30 positions examined by the survey are classified by Construction Management, Estimating/Engineering, Equipment Management, Adminstrative, Safety/Human Resources, Marketing/Sales, and Clerical.

The Financial Statistical Survey makes construction executives more aware of the changing market in which they operate. Measuring one's business against other comparable businesses is a good indicator of how the company is performing and what it may require to become more profitable.

PCCA Member price $345 • Nonmember price $695

HDD Good Practices Guidelines

HDD-Guidelines
Developed by a broad-based consortium of organizations in the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) industry, the Guidelines are a comprehensive reference for training field-responsible project personnel to make efficient, effective, and safe installations using HDD technology. The guidelines provide contractors, engineers, and owners with an industry-driven, consensus-based resource drawn from experts in the field.

PCCA Member price $20 • Nonmember price $40

RUS Electric Program Information

RUS_Info_Cover
Available online to PCCA Members in the Members Only Section.