​NHP founder Nigel Peck dies at 89

By ECD (Electrical+Comms+Data) Staff
Tuesday, 04 April, 2017

Nigel Hugh Peck, the founder of NHP, has died at age 89.

The National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) acknowledged Peck’s contribution to the electrical contracting industry over almost half a century. “Nigel founded NHP in 1968 and went on to spend 45 years at the helm. NHP is one of the most respected brands in the industry. It is very sad news to hear that he died on Saturday and our thoughts are with his family — and all of those who worked with him at NHP, and across the industry,” said NECA CEO Suresh Manickam.

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