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The Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Central Indiana, the Lafayette Area Sheet Metal Contractors and the Fort Wayne Area Sheet Metal Contractors Association, including most of Indiana major cities, e.g. Indianapolis Metro Area, Anderson, Muncie, Kokomo, Columbus, Lafayette, Marion, Logansport, Crawfordsville, Shelbyville, and Bloomington, are administered through the Indianapolis Office of the Central Indiana Chapter. This includes 49 of Indiana's 92 counties.

Scholarship applications

(Jan. 3, 2018) - Here are the forms to be used to apply for this year's SMACNA scholarships:

Labor Appreciation Dinner honors workers

SMACNA contractors each year honor the skilled workers of Sheet Metal Workers Local 20 at the annual Labor Appreciation Dinner, held this year at the Indianapolis Zoo's Dolphin Pavilion. Featured speaker this year was Scot Pollard, formerly of the Indiana Pacers.

Scholarship winners receive SMACNA support for their studies

SMACNA each year awards scholarships to college students with SMACNA-affiliated parents.

Mission Statement

The Sheet Metal Contractors Associations of  Indiana, are Chapters of the Sheet Metal Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA).

The purpose of the Association is to promote a spirit of cooperation among the members and promote the Industry, in general, to the construction community. To establish and provide the standards to   assure the highest quality and craftsmanship in the fabrication and installation of sheet metal products and systems. To represent our members interests with the Sheet Metal Workers International Association (SMWIA) and promote a labor management partnership that assures an adequate, highly trained, safety conscious, drug free, skilled workforce that will continue to serve our industry.

As prescribed in the association's bylaws, member firms are dedicated to:

     * Promoting friendly relations among members and a spirit of
        cooperation with each other

     * Establishing and promoting higher standards of workmanship

     * Striving for clear, comprehensive and ethical bidding practices

     * Protecting members against injustice and encroachment upon their
        common rights.