MAUI, HAWAII—Thomas E. Martin, president of T.H. Martin Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, was elected to the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association’s (SMACNA) Board of Directors. His four-year term began on Oct. 25 at the close of SMACNA’s 74th Annual Convention.
“SMACNA is the industry leader and a great organization,” said Martin. “I believe I can make a significant difference toward SMACNA’s industry contributions, initiatives, and implementation to maximize the Association’s mission and objectives moving forward.”
A champion of energy efficiency technology, he brings more than 25 years of experience in the HVAC and sheet metal industry. At the national level, he currently serves as chair of SMACNA’s HVAC Contractors Council Steering Committee, the Products and Programs Coordinating Committee, and the Contractor Operations Manual Task Force. He is a Chairman’s Club-level member of SMAC PAC and is on SMACNA’s National Strategic Planning Task Force.
Committed to SMACNA at the local level, he currently serves as president of the SMACNA-Cleveland chapter and was on the Board of Trustees. He is also a trustee of the JATC and the LMCC. Currently, he is chair of the Sheet Metal Industry Promotion Plan, secretary of the Sheet Metal Workers Cleveland District Health Benefits Fund, the Pension Fund, and the Fringe Benefits Fund, and trustee of the Profit Sharing Annuity Trust Fund.
Martin graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in health and human services and first entered the sheet metal and HVAC industry in 1992 as an estimator and project manager.
He is president of T.H. Martin Inc., a full-service mechanical contractor employing on average 100 sheet metal workers, 50 pipe fitters and service fitters.
SMACNA, an international trade association representing 3,500 contributing contractor firms, is a leader in promoting quality and excellence in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry. SMACNA has national offices in Chantilly, Va., outside of Washington, D.C., and on Capitol Hill. Visit www.smacna.org.