October 20, 2006 -- The Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc. (IEC) announced that Todd McCormick, president of McCormick Systems (Chandler, AZ), received the IEC National Industry Achievement Award. The award was presented during the 49th Annual IEC National Convention and IEC Electric Expo 2006.
"Todd McCormick has been actively involved in the electrical industry all his life and we are pleased to present him with the IEC National Industry Achievement Award," said Larry Mullins, IEC national executive vice president. "He has helped electrical contractors and their employees become more successful in their business and by doing so he has helped make the industry more effective, stable, and profitable."
According to a press release, McCormick started stocking trucks in his early teens for McCormick Electric. He then progressed to delivering material to job sites, to becoming an electrician, estimator, and project manager. As president, he has brought the company to another level of professionalism and profitability by seeing what is needed in the industry, addressing these issues, and providing the solutions, says the IEC.
In addition, McCormick has attended every IEC convention and trade show for the past twenty-six years. He is a founding member of IEC's Platinum Partner Council and the IEC Foundation. McCormick has also been a sponsor of the IEC Gold Card Lunch for a several years and continues to provide education seminars for IEC members at both the national and local levels.
The IEC National Industry Achievement Award is given each year to recognize significant and outstanding contributions to IEC and the electrical industry.