Day One of MCAA19 Offered Education, Competition

March 4, 2019

The first day of MCAA19 offered a wealth of education, from leadership and confidence-building to business growth and exit strategies. Members discovered new business opportunities and learned how to protect themselves from ever-present online threats. The Student Chapter Competition rounded out the day by providing a glimpse of the talent waiting to join our industry.

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Lytx’s Chief Fleet Safety Liaison, Del Lisk, will bring you up to speed on how COVID-19 is affecting driver health and safety, and how to effectively manage those challenges. August 18 at 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EDT
http://ow.ly/IH4950APgwJ

Tune in Tomorrow at 1 PM EDT. Paul Stynchcomb, William Ibbs and John McNerney will discuss MCAA’s newly updated Change Orders, Productivity, Overtime manual, and how to use it to quantify a loss of productivity (LoP) impact caused by COVID-19.

http://ow.ly/AF0g50AHaHF

On Friday, August 7 at 2 p.m., join John and Rick Gopffarth (VP of Preconstruction; Dynamic Systems, Inc.), as they discuss the ‘front end’ of mechanical construction, a process which sometimes takes longer than it does to actually build the project. http://ow.ly/pfZL50ANKSA

The UA is offering a free program for all MCAA contractors and UA members on navigating plumbing service calls through a holistic approach. Join them on August 26, from 10 AM – 12 PM EDT.

http://ow.ly/bnqd50AMKfm

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