SMACNA - Kansas City & SMART Local #2
SMACNA-Kansas City Chapter was founded in 1950 to
address issues of member firms that impact the industry locally, nationally, and
internationally. It serves members' needs to improve their competitive advantage
and business environment through SMACNA construction and fabrication standards,
industry education, labor relations, industry marketing, business studies, and
exceptional safety training. In the political arena, SMACNA has a full-time
office on Capitol Hill, which works with congressional committees.
SMACNA is a
leader in writing standards, specifications, and guidelines for installations
performed throughout the country and abroad. SMACNA standards and manuals
address all facets of the sheet metal industry, from duct construction and
installation to air pollution control, from energy recovery to roofing. SMACNA
also answers several thousand technical questions annually from architects,
engineers, manufacturers and government personnel.
SMACNA Kansas City represents 90 contracting companies in both Missouri and
Kansas. These contractors specialize in industrial, commercial, institutional,
and residential heating, ventilating and air conditioning; architectural sheet
metal; industrial sheet metal; kitchen equipment; specialty stainless steel
work; manufacturing; siding and decking; testing and balancing; service; energy
management and maintenance; and custom architectural ornamentation such as
bronze domes on churches and other metal sculptures, artwork, and
Facts Management Education:
Financial Preparedness for Firm Principals.
Developing a Service Department as a Profit Center.
Fundamentals for Financial Managers.
Introduction to Design Build.
Annually Requested Management Specific Programs.
MBA with Project Management Concentration.
Executive Education Symposium:
Strategic Change Management.
Leadership and Team Management, and Leading Organizational Change.
Analysis of Job Sites and Shop Safety Audits.
OSHA Training to include OSHA 30-hour and 10-hour
Refresher, Hazardous Communications, Fall Protection,
Confined Space, Powered
Industrial Trucks, Aerial Lift Safety, Electrical
Safety, Machine Guarding, Record
Keeping and Scaffolds.
Red Cross First Aid and CPR.
Assistance with OSHA Compliance and Inspections.
Comprehensive Risk Assessments.
Over 1.9 million hours worked in 2001, generating approximately $74 M. direct
wages and benefits for the Kansas City economy.
Metal Workers Local No. 2 and SMACNA Kansas City have partnered to represent 70
local Sheet Metal Contractors and 1,200 skilled sheet metal professionals in
Demand Metal Excellence was
established by SMACNA-KC and Local No. 2 to promote and differentiate these
contractors and skilled workers.