San Francisco becomes the first city in the U.S. to have electrical arc street lighting. Members of what would become the San Francisco Electrical Contractors Association (SFECA) take part in the great 'light-up'.
San Franciso's electrical contractors begin discussions on forming a professional trade association.
The infamous San Francisco earthquake strikes. San Francisco's electrical contractors join forces to help bring the city back to power and back to life.
The Electrical Trade Association of the Pacific Coast, which will eventually become the SFECA, is formally established.
The World's Fair is held in San Franciso with the beautiful Palace of Fine Arts as centerpiece. Electrical work is performed by SFECA members.
San Francisco continues rebuilding as the nation fights WWI. The Association's first recorded president, Clyde Chamblin, presides.
SFECA contractors install replicas of the first electric lights on the Path of Gold
SFECA establishes its main headquarters in the heart of San Francisco's Civic Center.
San Francisco's state-of-the-art Public Library comes on-line with the assistance of SFECA members.
SFECA members help build The San Francisco Towers.
SFECA members celebrate the Association's 90th anniversary, and look forward to serving all the electrical needs of San Francisco into the future.
AT&T Park, the new home of the San Francisco Giants, is built with the skill and professionalism of SFECA electrical contractors.
The San Francisco International Airport expansion, a monumental and high-caliber project, is completed by SFECA electrical contractors.
Bloomingdale's opens its second largest store in the country at the Westfield San Francisco Centre at Market and Fifth Streets. This is the site of the original Emporium Department Store which first opened its doors in San Francisco in 1896.
The new California Academy of Sciences facility, a LEED-certified Platinum-level sustainable building, is wired by the expert contractors of SFECA.
The professional contractors and dedicated members of SFECA will continue to serve the San Francisco and Bay Area communities well into the 21st century and beyond...