Georgia-SMACNA, Inc., a chapter of SMACNA (Sheet Metal Contractors National Association), was found in 1948 by professional sheet metal contractors who were interested in the continued improvement of the industry.   Collectively, they are able to address needs and find solutions to issues they are unable to effectively address individually.  Together, they are able to influence positive changes within the industry.  Specific areas where the collective influence is important are labor relations, more specific collective bargaining; education, training and safety; technical standards (including code requirements, project specifications and installation procedures; and legislative influence (nationally and locally).


Georgia-SMACNA received the multi-service chapter designation from SMACNA, Inc. in 1999 and continues to provide its members with services to improve their competitive advantage and business environment.


For more information on Georgia-SMACNA, Inc., please contact Ginger Slaick, Executive Vice President.