Integrated Technologies Corporation has a roster of employees that is unbeatable. Our employees are the most advanced trained employees that can be found in a company of our size. Everyone that works for ITC must be willing to participate in further training to ensure that our installations are consistent and compliant with all State and Local codes. All of our employees must be licensed through the State of New Mexico Construction Industries with a EE-98, JE-98, ES-7J, ES-3J,or actively enrolled in the NNMIEC Apprenticeship Program, working towards a JE-98, Journeyman Electrician, or a ES-7J,Communications Journeyman.
We have steadily maintained around 35 employees over the past several years. Every one of our employees must complete an extensive interview process before a final decision is made as to hire or not. Once an employee is hired, he/she must complete a year minimum of employment before any training is considered for that employee. By enforcing the one year minimum rule, ITC is able to determine whether this employee is qualified to stay on and begin the extensive training that all of our employees receive.
Woman OwnedIntegrated Technologies Corporation is recognized as a HUB Zone Certified, Woman Owned Small Business entity.
ITC’s warranty program for electrical construction and telecommunications systems is the industry standard of one year after date of acceptance. For fiber optics, data cabling networks, our warranty encompasses a full twenty years from the date of acceptance
Knowledge and Quality
All employees of Integrated Technologies Corporation are either BICSI Certified Technicians or BICSI Certified Installers and hold either OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 card. This established ITC as the only company in the State of New Mexico with such credentials.
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