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Rick Hollander

Rick Hollander is an electrical inspector with the city of Tucson, Arizona, and he holds electrical inspector certification with both IAEI and ICC. Rick holds electrical contractor licenses for both commercial and residential for the state of Arizona. He has worked in the trade for more than twenty-seven years. He is a NFPA member and serves on UL STP 48 and 814. He is the education chairman and senior past president with the Southern Arizona Chapter IAEI, and is currently the 1st vice president for the Southwest Section. Outside of serving the city of Tucson and IAEI, Rick volunteers within the community as vice chairman of the Tucson Rodeo Committee.


When is a sign not just a sign?

Today’s demand for attention has brought on the need for signs to be more than just a display. Theses signs are designed for the potential customer to notice them and come in to check out the establishment. The sign might be portraying a message. Or it could be a show in itself. Let me take you on a quick step-by-step tour to inspecting signs.