MCAA’s 2023 Fabrication Conference to Showcase MacDonald Miller Sheet Metal Operations

August 3, 2023
The 2023 MCAA Fabrication Conference, powered by MSUITE, has expanded to include additional educational offerings and four facility tours. This year's conference will focus on specific fabrication operations for attendees, including a sheet metal-focused tour hosted by MacDonald Miller. MCAA’s 2023 Fabrication Conference is scheduled for September 11-13, 2023 in Seattle, Washington at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Limited space is still available for registration.

The 2023 MCAA Fabrication Conference, powered by MSUITE, has expanded to include additional educational offerings and four facility tours. This year’s conference will focus on specific fabrication operations for attendees, including a sheet metal-focused tour hosted by MacDonald Miller. 

Seattle is a city that embraces fabrication, but there are local factors that present unique challenges. The cost of land and local regulations force contractors to innovate. During the MacDonald Miller tour, attendees will see how these restrictions guided them to a lean fabrication principle so that finished work is demand-driven and stored onsite for as little time as possible. Attendees will also learn how and what information MacDonald Miller processes and tracks through their KPI dashboard and how to utilize software connections to visualize production.

MCAA’s 2023 Fabrication Conference is scheduled for September 11-13, 2023, in Seattle, Washington, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Limited space is still available for registration. 

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