Todd Hill Appointed to SMACNA’s Executive Committee

Colorado Springs, Colo. (September 14, 2022) — The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA), the leader in promoting quality and excellence in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry, announced Todd Hill, president of Ventcon, has been elected by the Board of Directors to serve as vice president. Hill’s year-long term in office begins at the close of SMACNA’s 78th Annual Convention in Colorado Springs.

Hill began his career in 1990 as a sheet metal apprentice with Ventcon, an industry-leading HVAC sheet metal mechanical contractor based in Allen Park, Michigan. While there, he received his associate’s degree in applied science in computer-aided and mechanical design from Schoolcraft College. At Ventcon, Hill became a CAD operator and advanced through several management positions, becoming president in 2005. In 2010, Hill and his two partners acquired the business.

“Todd’s commitment to SMACNA is evident through the many positions he has held on both the national and local levels,” said Aaron Hilger, SMACNA’s chief executive officer. “His reputation for having excellent working relationships with labor and management partners will no doubt serve SMACNA and its members in various capacities.”

On a national level, Todd serves on SMACNA’s Business and Financial Management Committee, Contractor Operations Manual Task Force, and the Pre-Insulated Phenolic Duct Construction Standard Task Force. Locally, he serves on the SMACNA Metropolitan Detroit chapter’s Board of Directors, Pension and Annuity Joint Trust Funds, Local Joint Adjustment Board, Joint Apprenticeship Committee, Labor Relations Committee, Fire Damper Committee, and Market Recovery Committee.


SMACNA is an international trade association representing 3,500 contributing contractor firms and is a leader in promoting quality and excellence in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry. SMACNA members are responsible for effectively delivering the clean air Americans breathe in offices, homes, and hospitals; for many of the attractive facades you see on today’s stadiums and office buildings; and for the comfortable, healthy, and safe living environments in which our citizens live out their daily lives. SMACNA has national offices in Chantilly, Va., outside of Washington, D.C., and on Capitol Hill. For more information, visit

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