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Subir & Bajar’s Golden Anniversary

By Carmen Maldacena | January 1, 2021

South American VT trade publication reflects on 50 years of growth. Then and now: CAA’s first publication, El Ascensor, and Subir & Bajar today by Carmen Maldacena, EW Correspondent Subir & Bajar celebrated 50 years in 2020. The publication traces its roots to August 1970, when Cámara de Ascensores y Afines (CAA) launched a publication…

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United to be virtual event

By Elevator World | July 1, 2020

NAESA details pandemic plans; NEII elects board members, addresses post-lockdown reopening. United to Be Virtual Only The 2020 United Convention and Exposition, previously scheduled for Houston on September 13-16, will now be a virtual-only event sometime in September. Organizer National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) said it is working with vendors and technical experts “to…

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Building on a Strong Foundation

By Kaija Wilkinson | April 1, 2019

Optimism prevails at NAEC with a changing of the guard. For Teresa Witham, the challenges and rewards of leading the National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) as executive director for the past 23 years have been intertwined. Growing programs, expanding events, mentoring staff and volunteers and interacting with other industry groups have been some of…

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Activity from NAEC and NAESA

By Elevator World | May 1, 2018

NAEC Adds Staff Member Darrah Johnson has joined the National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) staff as certification board and office assistant. Johnson’s responsibilities will be serving as staff liaison to the certification board and managing tasks for NAEC’s American National Standards Institute accreditation, as well as handling the education-board ballots. She will also be…

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NEIEP Celebrates 50 Years

By Matt Irvin | November 1, 2017

Union/contractor partnership has trained thousands of elevator professionals over the decades. In 1967, New York City’s Empire State Building ended its 36-year reign as the world’s tallest building. The terms “supertall” and “megatall” as descriptors of building heights had yet to be coined. The introduction of elevators with microprocessor control was still more than 10…

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Chicago in the Spotlight

By Kaija Wilkinson | August 1, 2016

From the office tower in Chicago’s West Loop where Adams Elevator is based, the steady beat of pile drivers serves as the soundtrack for day-to-day business. It is an indication of the vast amount of construction underway that’s driving orders for vertical-transportation equipment. “When you come here, you can hear the drumbeat of progress,” Adams…

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ECNY

By Elevator World | March 1, 2015

Growing organization promotes education and outreach in NYC. History The Elevator Conference of New York (ECNY) was established in 1993 by Nick Kassetas. Entering the New York City (NYC) marketplace as manager of Adams Elevator Equipment Co.’s NYC branch, he wondered why such a large market was devoid of its own regional elevator-industry organization. In…

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