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2018 FMI Outlook Featuring FMI’s Fourth Quarter 2017 Construction Outlook

The 2018 FMI Outlook Featuring FMI’s Fourth Quarter 2017 Construction Outlook includes FMI executives sharing their opinions on how 2017 will shape up and the forecast for 2018.

iTi offers industrial sheet metal coursework

The International Training Institute (iTi), co-sponsored by SMACNA and SMART, offers a variety of classes that are directly applicable to industrial sheet metal work. Find a summary below. For additional information, visit or contact the iTi’s Program Director Michael Harris ( / (703) 739-7200).

Report: Discover how large industrial companies save energy

Looking to cut your company’s energy costs? Energy is one of the largest costs that companies can actively reduce.

New Report on Energy Savings in Industrial Companies

A new report developed by SEE Action examines primary factors that produce successful energy efficiency programs at large industrial companies.

The PEW Charitable Trusts Promote Energy Efficiency

The industrial sector uses more energy than any other sector and accounts for one-third of all greenhouse gas emissions generated in the United States each year.

AIE Case Studies

The Alliance for Industrial Efficiency (AIE) published a series of case studies on industrial energy-efficiency program success stories, featuring Crown Battery, HARBEC, Inc., Nissin Brake, and United Technologies Corporation. These manufacturers are saving significant money each year thanks to energy-efficiency improvements made possible in part through industrial efficiency utility programs. Each of these case studies highlights the tremendous benefits of industrial efficiency – along with the benefits of leveraging resources through utility energy-efficiency programs.

Do you really know your fellow industrial contractors?

A recent survey of SMACNA’s industrial contractors revealed what type of work they do, what type of work they’ve lost, and why. Take a look at their answers.

Waste Heat to Power Report Reveals Market Potential at 2,900+ Industrial Sites

Waste heat to power (WHP) is the process of capturing heat discarded by an existing process and using that heat to generate electricity. This report provides an assessment of the potential market for WHP in the industrial sector in the United States.

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