Sheet metal & Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association

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Consider adding food processing to your capabilities list

Rich Marker, president of SMACNA contractor All Metals Fabrication, advises specialty contractors looking to diversify to consider the food processing market.
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New Technical updates: Round industrial standards, Thermoset FRP manual

The revised “Round Industrial Duct Construction Standards,” 3rd edition, 2013, an American National Standard, ANSI/SMACNA 005-2013, is now available.
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Industrial market intelligence at your fingertips

Industrial Info Resources© is a leading provider of global market intelligence in the industrial process.
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New technologies streamline Southland Industries' work

Using collaboration tools and other new technologies on data center work has made possible extensive productivity gains at SMACNA contractor Southland Industries and helps make them more competitive. Southland has offices in California, Nevada, and Virginia.
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Smith Sheet Metal Works steps out of comfort zone with transit project

A recent project at the Hamilton Transit Centre (HTC) in Richmond, B.C., Canada, was twice the size that Smith Sheet Metal Works LTD, Port Coquitlam, B.C., had ever taken on. Further, it required all the buildings to be completed simultaneously.
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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 sheetmetal-iti.org or contact the iTi’s Program Director Michael Harris (mharris@sheetmetal-iti.org / (703) 739-7200).
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Industrial competitiveness, nuclear innovation top legislative list

SMACNA’s Capitol Hill office is lobbying hard to pass current legislation supporting the industrial market sector including industrial efficiency, comprehensive energy policy, incentives to advance industrial competitiveness, and nuclear energy financing reform.
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2017 another solid year for industrial construction

Developers are completing an historic amount of new space this year, says JLL’s “Industrial Outlook 2017,” and tenants are moving in as soon as the buildings are going up.
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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.
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Nuclear industry awaits critical tax credits

Utility companies in South Carolina and Georgia are trying to decide whether to continue building or abandon construction on two expensive nuclear reactors as they wait for the U.S. Senate to extend a nuclear tax credit they are counting on.
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