Earl J. Martin Scholarship applications due April 30
SMACNA contractors of Central Indiana, Lafayette and the Fort Wayne Area annually conduct a scholarship award for deserving students affiliated with SMACNA contractors and/or workers in our area. View the scholarship application. Applications are due in the SMACNA office no later than April 30, 2013.
Labor Appreciation Dinner honors workers; Phil Gillespie remembered
(Sept. 8, 2012) - SMACNA contractors from Central Indiana and the Fort Wayne area gathered at the Skyline Club in Indianapolis to honor the skilled workers of Sheet Metal Workers Local 20, as well as to remember longtime SMACNA executive director Phil Gillespie, who passed away earlier in the year.
SMACNA assists students with annual scholarship awards
(July 10, 2012) - SMACNA contractors annually offer assistance to students.
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
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
* 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