Rebuilding Together Day 2018

  Over the weekend, MCAMW Young Leaders and two students from our University of Maryland’s Mechanical Engineering Student Chapter came together to volunteer with Rebuilding Together Alexandria (RTA) on their National Rebuilding Together Day, Saturday April 28th. Our home was one of forty other homes that were having repairs done...
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April 2018 Business Dinner Meeting- ACE Lobbyists

Thank you to Bruce Bereano, Maryland ACE Advocate, Warner Session, Washington D.C. ACE Advocate, and MCAA General Council, John McNerney for joining us last night to discuss current Legislative matters and Pension Reform that are impacting our Metropolitan Washington Region.

Foreman Training Part 2 with Nic Bittle

This morning Supervisors and Foreman continued “A Foreman’s Field Guide Part II” training with Nic Bittle. The Bossman who shared how to breakdown the communication barriers between a foreman and his/her crew, best ways to set expectations for your crew, how to develop your team members for success on a daily basis,...
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2018 MCAA Convention-San Antonio, TX

2018 MCAA National Convention was held in San Antonio TX. Thank you MCAA for another successful Convention. Congratulations to the new MCAA General President, Michael Brandt! See you all next year at the 2019 MCAA Convention in Scottsdale, AZ.    

“What are your plans for after your graduate?”

  This is the one question many soon-to-be-graduates receive throughout their senior year. Luckily, those young men and women aspiring to become involved in the Mechanical Construction Engineering Industry can have an answer! February was a busy month at University of Maryland and Virginia Tech. Both schools had their Spring...
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February 2018 Business Dinner Meeting – Local 5 & Local 602 Panel Discussion

Business Managers, Officers, & Training staff from both Plumbers Local 5 & Steamfitters Local 602 led a Panel Discussion with the MCAMW Member Contractors on Monday, February 12th, 2018 to discuss their current Projects, Labor Forecasts, along with current and future Apprenticeship Initiatives, Curriculum and Program Updates anticipated for 2018. Tim Kirlin, MCAMW...
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