Established: December 28, 1887

December 28, 1887 - December 28, 2018

We will be celebrating 131 years

of operation to our Cities & Towns

DECEMBER 28th, 2022 

We turned 135 years Old 

Happy Birthday to

 Municipal Electrical Inspectors Association of Massachusetts & Rhode Island ​

Meeting Dates & Locations

are Subject to Change


All our meetings are held on the First Wednesday of every Month.

Meetings start at 10:30 AM in various locations from October to May, If there is a scheduled event that requires us to begin early we will let you know. You are asked to contact our Secretary, and tell them that you will be attending the meeting and if you are coming with a guest or another member.

Secretary can be reached at: (339) 927-3098         E-Mail Address: [email protected]

REMEMBER we need to have the count before every meeting the deadline is the last Monday of the month prior to upcoming meeting date,  these are Luncheon Meetings ($25.00).

Please bring your 2020 NEC Code Book and your many questions.


UP DATES WILL BE IN SEPTEMBER KEEP CHECKING !!!!

Upcoming Events

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

DATES  for  2021-2022  YEAR

Happenings you shouldn't miss in the month's ahead.

Oct. 6th

2021

10:00 AM

2016

Common Market

110 Willard Street

Quincy, MA 02169


BRING YOUR CODE BOOK NEC 2020


Please call in Early to reserve your seat !

Nov. 3rd

2021

10:00 AM

2016

 Common Market

110 Willard Street

Quincy, Ma 02169

Guest Speaker Jack Lyons- NEMA

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Dec. 1st.

2021

10:00 AM


       IBEW Hall 

     256 Freeport Street

   Dorchester, MA 02122

Code Questions & Your Issues

  THIS IS WILL BE OUR

     134 nd Birthday of the Association


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Feb. 2nd 2022

10:00 AM


 Common Market

97 Willard Street

Quincy, MA 02169

2023 Code Changes Discussion


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Mar.2nd 2022

10:00 AM


Common Market  


97 Willard Street

Quincy, MA 02169

2023 Code Changes Discussion

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Please call in Early to reserve your seat !

April 6th 2022

10:00 AM


         Common Market

97 Willard Street

Quincy, MA 02169

2023 Code Changes Discussion


BRING YOUR CODE BOOK NEC 2020

Please call in Early to reserve your seat !

May 4th 2022

10:00 AM



St. Mark's Episcopal Church  

27 Main Street

Southborough MA, 01772



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June  8th

2022

THE ANNUAL CLAMBAKE


 

Members & Associates of

 Municipal Electrical Inspectors 

Association of Mass.  & RI, 

Cape and Islands, 

Roger Williams Western Mass. 

and our Host

 Paul Revere Cha​pter 

of IAEI 

Annual Clam Bake 

 

                                 Date: June 08, 2022                                       Wednesday 10:00 Am - 2:00 Pm

    Location:  Winthrop Elks

     191 Washington Ave     

  Winthrop, Ma. 02152


                  Cost is $ 75.00  per person

  Includes your choice of Steak Tips or         Lobster, Plus  Chowder, Steamers, 

      Salad,  Burgers, Hot Dogs, Etc.

               Visit with the Venders 

            There will be a Raffle  

             get in on the action

             For more Information, visit   

                 www.paulrevereiaei.com 


           The deadline is May 15th 2022


       Fill out the form and Mail it in ASAP.



10:00 Am - 2:00 Pm


Please call in Early to reserve your seat !

A Bit about our May Guest Speaker

Wells Sampson is president of American Alarm and Communications, which is headquartered in Arlington, Massachusetts and operates six locations in New England. The company installs, maintains and monitors security and life-safety systems for more than 25,000 customers in 26 states. American Alarm owns and operates a dedicated 24-hour U.L. certified security command center which exclusively monitors its customers’ security and life-safety systems.

American Alarm now employs 260 people and is ranked as the 28th largest security systems installing dealer in the United States (out of some 15,000 companies), according to SDM magazine, a leading trade journal for the industry. American Alarm security systems protect all classes of property, from single-family homes to multi-site banks and retail operations, to major public buildings, museums and historic venues.

Wells and his brother Lou (company CFO/COO) are the second generation of the Sampson family to operate the company, which was founded in 1971 by their father Richard and two partners, all three of whom were MIT trained engineers.

In addition to his work at American Alarm, Wells is President of the Massachusetts Systems Contractors Association (MSCA), which represents over 150 companies in the electronic security and low-voltage systems industry in the Commonwealth. Having served for over ten years on the MSCA board, Wells co-founded the association’s advanced apprenticeship training program to train a merit-based workforce for the industry. Wells is also a member of the association’s Legislative Committee and helps plan and implement the association’s advocacy agenda on Beacon Hill.

Prior to working at American Alarm, Wells managed a $30 million manufacturing operation at Invensys' process controls division in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Previously he was part of the strategic planning team at Emerson Electric's Brooks Instrument division, and prior to that that he built a multi-million dollar sales territory at Rockwell's Allen-Bradley automation division.

Wells holds MBA and MEM degrees from the Kellogg and McCormick Schools at Northwestern University, and a BS/BA in Engineering and Business from Brown University. Wells lives here in Mass with his wife Sarah and their three daughters.