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New Technologies Promise Improved Safety and Efficiency
New Technologies Promise Improved Safety and Efficiency

By now, many of us have seen the videos on the internet of industrial robots traversing warehouse obstacle courses like contestants on American Ninja Warrior. 

ARCHITECTURAL: Metal Press Brakes, Automation Lead to Architectural Improvements
ARCHITECTURAL: Metal Press Brakes, Automation Lead to Architectural Improvements

Metal presses are one of the most basic tools of the sheet metal trade. “When we renovated the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, we shaped the gutters, flashings and downspouts with our press brake,” said David Parke, VP of construction operations at Honolulu-based Dorvin D. Leis Company, Inc.

HVAC: Now Serving Improved Restaurant Air Quality
HVAC: Now Serving Improved Restaurant Air Quality

As cities and states begin to loosen capacity restrictions, SMACNA members are finding their ventilation expertise in demand as operators work to ensure patrons’ comfort and safety. 

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Chapter Spotlight: Georgia-SMACNA, Inc.
Georgia-SMACNA, Inc., is a statewide trade association representing some of the industry’s most innovative and forward-thinking sheet metal contractors who specialize in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, Architectural & Industrial sheet metal, Manufacturing, Testing & Balancing, and Energy management. Focused on continual improvement of the industry, this chapter offers professional assistance in research & technical standards development, safety, labor relations, legislative assistance, business management & project management.

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