We foster a partnership for progress between labor and management.
Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington is a professional trade association serving 200 member companies in the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland.
MCAMW promotes the mechanical contracting industry to foster the exchange of ideas, industry advancements and business practices between it’s member contractors and associate members.
MCAMW is laser-focused on a mission to be leader of the union mechanical construction and service industry – promoting professionalism, education, productivity and safety.
MCA of Metropolitan Washington provides an organized and efficient forum to represent it’s members in communicating with other contractor associations, awarding authorities and local, state and federal elected officials and regulatory agencies. We offer specialized expertise and services to help our member firms stay on the cutting-edge through quality education, labor negotiations, safety and legislative issues and code interpretation.
A strong commitment to education and training has always been at the forefront of our mission. Through seminars, industry resources and speakers, membership stays informed and ahead.
Our members count on us to act as their advocate and recommend appropriate actions primarily with respect to state, local and national legislative, regulatory and legal issues.
A partnership for progress between labor and management to unite in the common goal of expanding the market share of the union plumbing and mechanical contracting industry.
Through networking opportunities and events, members and industry partners come together to enhance partnerships and expand opportunities to work together for the benefit of their businesses.
MCA Young Leaders is comprised of members and industry partners, 35 and under, who through networking and education events form how the industry will evolve and transform in coming years.
Students have the unique opportunity to interact with industry professionals to better understand the career path to the mechanical contracting industry.