SMACNA Cleveland Chapter Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association
 


SMACNA, Cleveland Chapter
6060 Royalton Road
North Royalton, OH 44133

Phone: (440) 877-3500
Fax: (440) 877-3502

Welcome to the web site of the Cleveland chapter of the
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association (SMACNA).

Within this site you can find information about the SMACNA association, the Cleveland chapter, membership benefits, search for sheet metal contractors in your area and much more.



 
SMACNA Cleveland Officers, 2018-2020

Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association

Board of Directors Name Company
President Thomas E. Martin T.H. Martin, Inc.
Vice President Don C. Skala Franck & Fric, Inc.
Secretary Conrad Wos American Air, Inc.
Treasurer Mike Steidel Castle Heating & Air, Inc.
Director Craig Berman Geauga Mechanical Co.
Director Jack May Jr. Aberdeen Mechanical, Inc.
Director Rob Schimmelpfennig HAVE, Inc.
Immediate Past President John E. Sickle Jr. Duct Fabricators, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer John R. Sindyla Esq. SMACNA - Cleveland
Executive Assistant Linda B. Shoaff SMACNA - Cleveland



SMIPP Trustees, 2018-2020

Sheet Metal Industry Promotion Plan

  Name Company
Chairman Thomas E. Martin T.H. Martin, Inc.
Trustee Don C. Skala Franck & Fric, Inc.
Trustee John Sickle Jr. Duct Fabricators, Inc.
Trustee Mike Steidel Castle Heating & Air, Inc.
Trustee Conrad Wos American Air, Inc.
Secretary John R. Sindyla Esq. SMACNA - Cleveland
 
SMACNA Industry News


10/29/2020
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) have released the ANSI/ASSP A10.35-2020 Safety Requirements for Pressure Testing Steel and Copper Piping Systems. Details
10/29/2020
In response to the pandemic, many contractors have decided to have their employees work remotely. Details
10/29/2020
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has modified its definition of what constitutes “close contact” with persons infected with COVID-19 and the potential elevated risk of contracting the virus. Details
10/29/2020
Let’s face it. Construction can be a messy business. With so many moving parts — timelines, costs, specifications, change orders, compliance issues, various contractor and subcontractor involvement — it’s no surprise that contractual disputes and claims often arise. Details
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