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  • SMACNAs Sandusky co-authors opinion piece on the need to broaden the definition of infrastructure to include public and private buildings in federal and state infrastructure packages.
  • Steve Schrieffer of Atlas Blow Pipe and Sheet Metal assembles crew to feed 300 health care workers at a facility with no power.
  • COVID-19 Resources page will help contractors educate employees on the importance of being vaccinated.
  • Chapter Roundup

    SMACNA members are always busy, whether its a local meeting or a meet and greet with legislative representatives.
  • IFUS Annual Meeting

    New trustees will be elected and other business will take place as required.
  • Building on the memorial he created in 2020, Papadimitriou was able to create a second replica of the twin towers and place the new display in Times Square to honor the lives lost 20 years ago.
  • BMU Returns in 2022

    Business Management University (BMU) has consistently been one of SMACNAs most popular courses where attendees learn through case studies and idea-sharing sessions the exact real-world business skills necessary to run a sheet metal and HVAC company.
  • SMACNAs Philadelphia and Long Island chapters visited with their representatives this summer.
  • Partners in Progress Magazines August issue offers a look at leadership topics, with a focus on safety.
  • Yesterday the Mayor of Mauis office officially gave the notification that SMACNA can proceed with our requested Annual Convention seating plan and room capacity arrangement.
  • Founders of the Heavy Metal Summer Experience are producing a playbook so other organizations can create their own camps.
  • A new daily checklist designed to support supervisors can be found on the SMACNA website in a variety of formats.
  • This must-attend event for all SMACNA member contractors, chapter executives, and future leaders will foster an environment for both labor and management to expand on their current relationships and share relevant information.
  • New EEO Tab Available

    Federal contractors are required to use 2014-2018 EEO Tab for the development of affirmative action programs beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2022.
  • OSHA and CIASP plan events to address the high rate of suicides in the construction industry.