There is large demand for commercial and heavy industrial work in New Mexico.


Projects include a couple of large high-tech data centers, a government project at Los Alamos National Laboratory and a major waste water treatment facility.


There’s also demand for line workers throughout the state. This is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.


Journeyman electrician wage and benefit package is around $31+/hour. It's $47+/hour for many line construction classifications.


Electricians who work for our contractors enjoy the security of a full benefit package, employer-paid health and retirement plans. We provide top quality training to keep your skills at the front edge.


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New Mexico’s combined Residential/Commercial/Industrial AND Line Local:




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