Sheet metal & Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association

Events & Education


Project Managers Institute

September 22 - 25, 2019
Denver, CO

Experienced SMACNA Contractors know that their best project managers take ownership of their projects. This concentrated program aims to build upon existing project management skills and strengthen proficiency.

*Recommended for project managers with two to five years project management experience. Participants should have some field experience and/or a college degree.

Topics Covered:

  • Management
  • Leadership
  • Project Planning
  • Customer-Focused Construction
  • Time Management
  • Change Order Management
  • Financial Management
  • Standards/Best Practices

 Attendees Learn to:

  • Plan projects to maximize profits and customer satisfaction
  • Develop and maintain profitable customer relationships
  • Build and lead powerful, integrated project teams
  • Understand and master financial control of projects

Registration Information:
The registration fee includes program materials and planned activities each day. Accommodations are paid separately by attendees.

Registration fee: 
$1,995 before August 1, 2019
$2,195 after August 1, 2019*

*Additional registrants from the same company will receive a $200 discount which will be applied upon verification of second registrant application. 

Hotel Accommodations

Hotel accommodations are booked for you at the host hotel, Denver Airport Marriott at Gateway Park on a first come, first serve basis, upon payment of the meeting registration fee. The room rate is $149, plus applicable taxes. 

A credit card is required to guarantee your hotel reservation, and must be presented at check-in for payment of your room, tax and incidental charges.

For further information contact Bridgette Bienacker, Director, Business Management and Membership at

About the Instructors

Andrew Patron, Senior Consultant, FMI
Andy specializes in the creation and implementation of training programs designed to develop world-class leadership and organizational effectiveness. His enthusiastic approach draws from real-world experience in management and the construction industry. Andy has worked with private and public sector owners and contractors for more than 20 years.

Brian Dwyer, Consultant, FMI
Brian works to help contracting firms grow profitably and achieve operational excellence. He has firsthand experience managing large and complex construction projects in both the public and private sectors. By leveraging his extensive knowledge of project delivery methods, controls, risk management and industry best practices, he has demonstrated an ability to work with contractors to develop and execute strategic and operational objectives.