To establish a structured institution within SMACNA focused on developing and offering a set of high quality programs and services, all directly designed to enhance SMACNA residential and service contractor members' businesses, markets and profitability.
SMACNA Residential Contractors Council Steering Committee Short and Long Term Objectives – April 2011
In April 2011, the Residential Contractors Council Steering Committee developed a set of short and long term goals and objectives that would be used to guide the future meetings and discussions. For information on the “Residential Committee”, contact Mike McCullion, Committee Staff Liaison.
Comparison of Local Residential Addenda Report Available
For information on some of the interesting residential work issues addressed in various local contracts, see the 2011 Comparison of Local Residential Addenda Report. This report provides information on the scope and definitions of residential work, light commercial terms and conditions, wages and fringes, and more. For information on this report, contact Mike McCullion, Market Sectors Project Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's in the Latest Issue of the Residential Report Newsletter
Way up in northeastern Michigan, where lakes abound with bass and the thick woods with stately moose, the frosty winter temperatures regularly dip below 17 degrees Fahrenheit. Here, a weekend getaway cottage on East Twin Lake in Lewiston, Mich., has received an amazing 21st century facelift—complete with an innovative modular roof and a unique framing and insulation system to keep it warm and toasty all winter long. Read more
A good marketer knows that the best programs, plans, and decisions are based on the numbers. In this Residential Forum, “Marketing Numbers and Well-Designed Websites—Two Keys to Success,” which takes place at SMACNA’s 70th Annual Convention, Monday, Oct. 21, at the Wailea Marriott, participants will learn the numbers that connect their marketing investments to their bottom line and how to make the most of those investments. Read more