SMACNA – KC

SPOTLIGHT


SMACNA KC is sad to say goodbye to Steve Ratliff,
our Safety Manager, for the past 8 years.  
In our partnership with Holmes Murphy, we have enjoyed working with Steve. We greatly appreciate all that he has done for our contractors, our Association, our union partners with SMART Local #2, and our industry as a whole.  
Steve has actively participated in many different committees, task forces, and groups to help enhance health and safety in construction.  

He will be missed.  Please, help us wish Steve a long and Happy Retirement!


Welcome New SMACNA-KC Associate Member

Kevin Ngongo
Strategic Account Manager
(415) 963‑9693 office
(602) 615-9752 cell
kngongo@bimdesigns.net
BIM Designs, Inc.
4517 N 12th St. 
Phoenix, AZ 85014


Welcome New SMACNA-KC Associate Member

Rocky Gunter
Cornerstone Kansas City
4400 College Boulevard Suite 350
Overland Park, KS. 66211
913-378-1050 (P)
913-927-1724 (Cell)
rgunter@ckcins.com
www.ckcins.com


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Welcome New SMACNA-KC Associate Member

NSC Applied Products Group (NSC APG) is comprised of HVAC commercial and residential specialists based in Kansas City and St. Louis. We provide training, certification, installation support, and start up assistance for HVAC applied equipment for the plan & spec, design build and replacement markets.

Click Here for NSC-APG Line-Card

Brett Hodges
Engineered Sales NSC
Applied Products Group
Samsung HVAC
816-585-3324
bhodges@nscapg.com

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SMACNA NATIONAL NEWS

  • The economic recovery continues as we manage the new jobsite reality of additional processes and procedures to help combat the transmission of SARS-CoV-2. My virtual and now in-person visits with members have revealed that there is more focus on the jobsite, especially through two lenses: what keeps our people safe and what can help keep […]
  • School Construction, COVID Tax Credits and Recently Endorsed Bills SMACNA has expressed support for S. 96, “The Reopen and Rebuild America’s Schools Act” sponsored by Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and 27 cosponsors.
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  • Studies show that, in spaces with limited air mixing, natural convection generated by heat gains from occupants and equipment at the floor level can reduce the effectiveness of upper-room/air UV systems.
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