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SMACNA of Western Pennsylvania, Inc.

Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association


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Welcome to the website of the Western Pennsylvania chapter of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA). Here you can find information about the Association and its members, see our newsletters, find a sheet metal contractor who does work in your area, order SMACNA technical manuals, see what the Association has going on, and lots more!

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    • Dills Speaks on Industry Future at SMART General Convention August 22, 2019
      SMACNA President Nathan L. Dills delivered a keynote speech during the General Session of the Second SMART General Convention on Tuesday, August 13 at the Mirage Resort in Las Vegas.
    • SMACNA Contractor Spotlight: Therma August 22, 2019
      SMACNA recently visited Therma, a leading mechanical services company focused on designing, building, and servicing custom and complex mechanical systems. The company is one of SMACNA’s largest members and has more than 1,000 employees. Founded in 1967 by Joe and Nicki Parisi, Therma sits on an 18 acre campus in San Jose, California.
    • SMACNA’s McCullion on Prevention Through Design August 22, 2019
      In Consulting-Specifying Engineer, Mike McCullion, SMACNA’s Director of Market Sectors and Safety, summarizes a recent technical report on a “life cycle” approach to Prevention through Design (PtD) in construction.
    • 2020 Partners in Progress Conference Registration Opens Soon August 22, 2019
      On February 25-26, 2020 at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada SMACNA and SMART are going “ALL IN” to strengthen the industry and win more business! Registration for the 2020 Partners in Progress Conference opens at 9 A.M. EST on Tuesday, September 3rd.
    • OSHA Reminds Employers to Submit Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses August 22, 2019
      The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is once again reminding employers who have not yet submitted their 2018 OSHA Form 300A (Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) that those forms need to be sent to OSHA.