SMACNA – KC

SPOTLIGHT



Thank you for participating in the
SMACNA-KC Annual Sporting Clays Event 2022



Welcome New SMACNA-KC Member
CJ Industries, LLC

At CJ Industries, we are proud to be a locally owned and operated construction company working since 2013 in Kansas and Missouri.  Our mission, “Ignite relationships by being true to your word and getting the job done,” continues to guide us toward our future. We are a signatory to Local Unions 8, 533, Greater Kansas City Carpenters, Operators Local 101, Carpenters/Millwrights Local 1529, Laborers Local 1290, and SMART Sheet Metal Workers Local Union No. 2.  Our relationships with these unions have grown as we continue to self-perform work and build relationships with our suppliers. 

Everyone at CJ Industries, LLC, is devoted to providing top quality workmanship, leadership and service to every client. We are proud to be recognized among the top businesses in our industry:

  • Named the 2019 Kansas Minority Owned Construction Firm of the Year in 2019 by the Kansas Department of Commerce.
  • Listed as one of the Top 25 Minority Owned Construction Firms in Kansas City in Ingram’s Magazine.

Mindy Rocha, President
610 S. 78th Street, Suite 1
Kansas City, KS 66111
P: 913-788-1104


Thank you to those who attended our
Royals Event at the Blue Moon Taproom!


Thank you for participating in the
SMACNA-KC 14th Annual Golf Tournament
STALEY FARMS GOLF CLUB


Ken McDaniel, owner of Syntax Safety Systems
 kenmacsyntax@gmail.com
cell: 816-606-5323

SMACNA-KC would like to announce a new partnership with Syntax Safety Systems to handle SMACNA-KC Contractor Members’ safety needs. With the retirement of Steve Ratliff, we decided to secure a contract with a safety consulting firm to continue to be able to assist our members with their safety needs.


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  • SMACNA policy priorities, including several proposed rule changes and updates, will face increased scrutiny from the Republican-controlled House. 
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