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October 16 - 19
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Join us at the Marriott Georgetown Hotel. Members only!
Members Only − Don't delay! Take the “e-version” of the SMACNA Safety Survey. Due date is May 6.
Round industrial duct construction calculations just got a whole lot easier for SMACNA members.
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Read about: MG McGrath created an eye-catching health care facility. Survey reveals where architects are bullish. CASS architectural experts restored the Michigan State Capital roof. How ASM revived the Basilica of St Louis. Robotics are allowing A. Zahner Co. to focus on craftsmanship.
There’s not a second to lose, register for the QCA National Issues Conference, May 10-12, in Washington, D.C., on SMACNA’s Advocacy Web page today! We are at the Georgetown Marriott this year. Rooms are extremely limited.
U.S. soldier, Purple Heart winner, and Bronze Star winner Daniel Rodriguez has endured an incredible journey. After surviving the bloodiest clash in Afghanistan, he left the military and walked on the Clemson football field to fulfill a promise to a friend who died on the battlefield.
Inside this issue: New OSHA silica construction standard. Mastering the new era of customer service. Introducing new SMACNA business software database. SMACNA contractors recognized for leadership.
Arguing for an exemption for unionized construction contractors, SMACNA commented on President Barak Obama’s proposed new rule on mandatory paid sick leave for federal contractors.
I know it’s only April, but I can’t help but share my enthusiasm for this year’s Annual Convention in Phoenix, the Valley of the Sun, Oct. 16 through Oct. 19.
Nominations are now being accepted for SMACNA's volunteer-driven Committees and Task Forces.
The Director Nominating Committee is accepting nominations for SMACNA's Board of Directors. This year there are 4 openings, all U.S. positions and all for a 4-year term. Interested candidates should submit their application online before the deadline of Friday, June 10, 2016.
The QCA National Issues Conference is scheduled for May 10-12, at a new venue hotel, the Georgetown Marriott. The main program is at the Newseum on Wednesday. You can influence the outcome of Congressional deliberations by your involvement and presence in Washington, D.C.
Inside the Spring 2016 issue: UMEC does some seriously heavy lifting. The Industrial Market Outlook is looking pretty good. Duct Fabricators helps clean up Lake Erie. What’s up for contractors in the nuclear market? Learn how the Power Act will affect you. All this and more in the new Spring 2016 Industrial Insights Newsletter.
Inside this issue: Convention registration opens April 1. The secrets of IPD explained. Help straighten out Washington. Landmark airport construction bill introduced. Legendary Doobie Bros. headline convention.
A “teamwork” approach to managing projects, Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is based on the principle that when all parties working on the same project—architects, engineers, contractors—collaborate together toward shared goals, it creates a better product.
Are you ready for spring training? As professional baseball players train each spring to win ball games, we SMACNA members must train to win the day in Congress. Our QCA National Issues Conference, May 10-12, is right around the corner, and we need your help. I hope you are planning to attend and boost our team effort on the Hill. (See related article "National Issues Conference: Time to get on board.")
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