Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA) – Boston Chapter
The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ Association (SMACNA) of Boston is a regional trade association that represents union sheet metal and air conditioning contractors. Our Association focuses on the Northeast region of Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.
For more information on our Membership Benefits, download this document
SMACNA Membership Benefits
The objectives of this association shall be to foster, promote, and protect the interests of those engaged as employers in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Our close affiliation with SMACNA’s national organization allows us to keep our finger on the pulse of the sheet metal and air conditioning industry. SMACNA Boston works to inform our members of any regulatory, legislative, technical, and legal issues that make an impact on our industry. Our Government Relations Committee travels to Washington, DC on an annual basis to address our Congressional Delegation on legislation affecting our industry. Through the years, we have also developed strong ties to the leadership at the state and local levels. Through these efforts, we are able to keep our members aware of what is happening in their state and on Capitol Hill.
We work closely with Sheet Metal Workers’ Local 17 (Eastern MA, ME, NH, and RI) and Sheet Metal Workers’ Local 63 (Western MA and VT) to promote harmony in labor and management relations. Over the years, we have enjoyed success in negotiating area collective bargaining agreements and implementing policy that benefits our industry. SMACNA Boston strives to create a level playing field so that our contractors can maintain the health and prosperity of their businesses.
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