Supporters

A foundation’s strength and success depend on its supporters to help provide key services and benefits to our members. Our partners help us in providing:

  • “Seed money” for industry-critical education and research;
  • Sources and innovative uses of strategic in-kind assistance (especially from our manufacturer/supplier partners); and
  • Volunteer assistance of industry experts, consultants and other human resources.

Sustaining Members

Sustaining Members are those contributors who have given any amount in the current calendar year.

2019

  • Anvil International
  • Arden Engineering Constructors, LLC
  • Arista Air Conditioning Corporation
  • CCI Mechanical, Inc.
  • Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Mechanical Contracting Industry Development Fund (MCAI)
  • CFI Mechanical, Inc.
  • Cleveland Plumbing Industry Promotion & Education Fund
  • Ferguson
  • Frank Schaetzke
  • Harrell-Fish, Inc.
  • Hughes Environmental Engineering, Inc.
  • John W. Danforth Company
  • Josam Company
  • JPG Plumbing & Mechanical Services, Inc.
  • Kinetics
  • M&SCA of Eastern Pennsylvania, Inc.
  • MCA of Akron, Ohio, Inc.
  • MCA of Chicago
  • MCA of Colorado
  • MCA of Detroit
  • MCA of Eastern Iowa – Western Illinois
  • MCA of Eastern Missouri, Inc.
  • MCA of Houston, Inc.
  • MCA of Indiana, Inc.
  • MCA of Kansas City
  • MCA of New Jersey, Inc.
  • MCA of New York
  • MCA of North Central Wisconsin
  • MCA of Northwest Wisconsin
  • MCA of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.
  • MCA of Omaha, Inc.
  • MCA of Rochester, Inc.
  • MCA of Rockford, Inc.
  • MCA of Texas, Inc.
  • MCA of the Capitol District
  • MCA/MSCA of Cleveland, Inc.
  • Mechanical Contracting Industry Development Fund (MCAI)
  • Mechanical Contractors Association of Las Vegas
  • Mechanical, Inc.
  • Michael F. Russo
  • Michigan MCA
  • Mid-Atlantic MCA
  • Mid-Michigan MCA
  • MSCA of New York
  • New England MCA, Inc.
  • Nooter Construction Company
  • North Mechanical Contracting, Inc.
  • Northern California MCA
  • O’Brien Mechanical, Inc. II
  • Piping and Service Industry Coalition
  • Poole & Kent Corporation
  • SLOAN
  • Smith & Oby Company
  • Southern Tier of New York MCA
  • Utah MCA
  • West Chester Mechanical Contractors
  • Western New York Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

2020

  • Anvil International
  • Arden Engineering Constructors, LLC
  • Binsky & Snyder, LLC
  • CCI Mechanical, Inc.
  • CFI Mechanical, Inc.
  • Cleveland Plumbing Industry Promotional and Education Fund
  • CPMCA
  • Dynamics Systems, Inc.
  • Eastern Iowa/Western Illinois MCA
  • Ferguson
  • Harrell-Fish, Inc.
  • Hughes Environmental Engineering, Inc.
  • John W Danforth Company
  • JPG Plumbing & Mechanical Services, Inc.
  • Kinetics Systems, Inc. – (Bill Bianco Scholarship)
  • MCA of Akron, Ohio, Inc.
  • MCA of Greater Springfield, Missouri
  • MCA of Indiana, Inc.
  • MCA of Kansas City
  • MCA of Metropolitan Washington, Inc.
  • MCA of Northwestern Ohio, Inc.
  • MCA of Rockford, Inc.
  • MCA/MSCA of New York, Inc.
  • McCauley Mechanical Construction, Inc.
  • Mechanical Contracting Industry Fund of Cleveland
  • Michael F. Russo
  • Mid-Atlantic MCA
  • New England MCA, Inc.
  • Nooter Construction Company
  • North Mechanical Contracting, Inc.
  • Northern California MCA
  • Piping and Service Industry Coalition
  • Poole & Kent Corporation
  • Service Fitters Industry Promotional Fund of New York
  • The John F. Gallagher Company
  • West Chester Mechanical Contractors
  • Western New York Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

Funding Partners

Funding Partners are those companies, local affiliated associations, manufacturer/suppliers and other organizations who have contributed to the Foundation. The Partnership Enterprise are those that have given $100,000 or more.

Updated as of December 1, 2019

Chartered Partner ($1,000,000+)

  • COMPANY
    TYPE
  • ANVIL International
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • Johnson Controls
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • Mechanical Contractors Association of America
    National Associations

Founder ($500,000-$1,000,000)

  • COMPANY
    TYPE
  • Carrier Corporation
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • Trane
    Manufacturer Suppliers

Counselor ($250,000-$500,000)

  • COMPANY
    TYPE
  • CPMCA
    Local Affiliate
  • Ferguson, a Wolseley Company
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • Limbach Company LLC
    Mechanical Contractors
  • MCA Chicago
    Local Affiliate
  • MCA of Kansas City
    Local Affiliate
  • MCA of New Jersey
    Local Affiliate
  • NIBCO, INC.
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • Northern California MCA
    Local Affiliate
  • The Poole and Kent Corporation
    Mechanical Contractors

Statesman ($175,000-$250,000)

  • COMPANY
    TYPE
  • EVAPCO, Inc.
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • MCA of Northwestern Ohio
    Local Affiliate
  • New England MCA
    Local Affiliate
  • Victaulic
    Manufacturer Suppliers

Governor ($100,000-$175,000)

  • COMPANY
    TYPE
  • Daikin McQuay
    Manufacturer Suppliers
  • Egan Company
    Mechanical Contractors
  • FitzGerald Contractors, LLC
    Mechanical Contractors
  • Harris Companies
    Mechanical Contractors
  • J.F. Ahern Co.
    Mechanical Contractors
  • John W. Danforth Company
    Mechanical Contractors
  • Kinetic Systems, Inc.
    Mechanical Contractors
  • Kirlin Mid-Atalntic, LLC
    Mechanical Contractors
  • MCA of Cleveland
    Local Affiliate
  • MCA of Eastern Missouri
    Local Affiliate
  • MCA of Eastern Pennsylvania
    Local Affiliate
  • MCA of Georgia
    Local Affiliate

Of Interest...

Frank Wall has joined the MCAA staff as the association’s Executive Director, Operations. Frank is no stranger to MCAA. He was the Executive Director of the Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association of Oregon for 12 years, followed by two years as the Executive Vice President of the M&SCA of Eastern Pennsylvania. During that time, he was also Chair of MCAA’s Association Executives Council. “I am personally excited to work with such a professional staff,” Frank said.

JRGF provides funding through grants to help chapters cover the costs of projects, participation in the annual MCAA Student Chapter Competition, field trips, scholarships and travel to MCAA events. Completed Chapter of Excellence Grant and Emerging Chapter Grant applications are due to Megan Walsh by Monday, September 14th.

Please join us in saying thank you to the MCAA members who have given to the John R. Gentille Foundation (JRGF) in 2020. Their support enables the JRGF to identify and work to solve the issues that confront the organized mechanical construction and service industry, challenges such as future workforce, productivity and technology.

In this month’s edition of Beyond the Classroom, Peter Gebert, a Washington State University student, talks about the highlights of being involved in his student chapter and how that involvement has led to more learning opportunities, hands-on experience, and ultimately two internships with McKinstry.

MCAA’s GreatFutures Virtual Fall Program kicks off with weekly presentations through November 17th. Each of the presentations is meant to help students navigate the proposal and bid process for the annual MCAA Student Chapter Competition project. Did we mention registration is free and you only have to register once for ALL of the presentations! Register today.

Sarabeth Gandara talks about her experiences with MCAA and how the mechanical contracting industry is the perfect mix of technical and personal relationships.