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Legislative or regulatory questions?

Please contact CAL SMACNA’s Executive Vice President, Chris Walker

Phone: 916-363-7460

e-mail:  Chris@cal-smacna.org



California Energy Commission: New Nonresidential HVAC Videos are Now Available

The California Energy Commission (CEC) sent out a notice announcing that new educational videos are now available on their Online Resource Center (ORC). These videos review the 2016 Building Energy Efficiency Standards for HVAC requirements in nonresidential, high-rise residential, hotel and motel buildings. To view the videos listed below, visit the ORC at http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/orc/hvac/2016_hvac.html. Mandatory […]

- September 11, 2018

CAL SMACNA Members: Make Sure Your Company’s ICB Certifications Are Recognized

ICB Certification Website Due to strong growth in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry, the need for certified personnel is in high demand. Contractors are taking advantage of industry growth by earning ICB/TABB certifications at a record pace. Building codes officials, contractors, engineers, architects, and end users regularly have a need to verify the […]

- August 10, 2018

California Energy Commission Invitation to Comment

Sacramento — The California Energy Commission (CEC) is providing interested parties with the opportunity to comment on the residential and non-residential drafts of the 2019 Title 24 documents (2019 Energy Code Compliance Manuals and Documents). We strongly encourage you to e-file your comments HERE. If you have any questions please contact our office at 916-363-7460.

- July 3, 2018

CAL SMACNA Member Testifies at CPUC on Workforce Standards

Sacramento — On May 31, 2018, CAL SMACNA member Bob Tuck, testified in front of the California Public Utilities Commission regarding Workforce Standards. Watch the video below!  

- June 19, 2018

2018 Guilfoy Award Winner Featured in May SMACNews

2018 Guilfoy Award Winner (Architectural), CMF Inc., was featured in the May issue of SMACNews for their Apple Headquarters Project: “Challenging’ is a major understatement for the award-winning architectural work performed by SMACNA architectural contractor CMF Inc. of Orange California, on Apple Inc.’s innovative $5 billion new Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California…” Continue reading […]

- June 14, 2018


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