Electrotechnical constructors and suppliers merged into one dynamic organization.
The SPECS Short Story
The Society of Philippine Electrical Contractors (SPEC) was established in the City of Manila in 1968 comprising of licensed electrical construction companies accredited with the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB). SPEC is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as a non-stock, non-profit corporation.
SPEC was renamed the Society of Philippine Electrical Contractors and Suppliers, Inc. (SPECS) in 1994 because the regular contractor members wanted to recognize more appropriately the important role of its non-contractor associate members composed of companies supplying and/or manufacturing quality electrical equipment, materials and public utility services.
The continuing and changing requirements of the Society in a rapidly changing and technologically progressive world directed the Board to change the words in its name from “ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS” to “ELECTROTECHNICAL CONSTRUCTORS” in order to define more accurately the members’ scope of work and identity. The Board’s approval during the Regular Board meeting held on June 23, 2009 was substantiated by the ratification of the New Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws during the General Membership meeting on August 12, 2009.
The principle objectives of SPECS are precisely expressed in its Vision and Mission statements:
To be a world-class electrical constructor organization and a vital partner in the development of the nation.
To deliver the highest quality services to the electrical industry with professionalism, dedication and commitment, and to promote cooperation and mutual interests among members and other construction organizations in a globalized environment.
Address: 2nd Floor, IIEE Building, No. 41 Monte De Piedad Street, Cubao, Quezon City
Contacts: (02) 413-0994; (02) 722-4725; (02) 386-8782