MSCA19 is Under Way!

October 18, 2019

MSCA19 is off to a great start in our fourth year at the stunning Broadmoor in Colorado Springs! We kicked off this year’s conference with a Sunday night reception for 800 attendees, hosted by Quantech.

The opening session began with a special performance of  Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and James Bond by the Dallas String Quartet. Kip Bagley, Senior Vice President, Mesa Energy Systems EMCOR and MSCA Chair, welcomed the crowd to our 34th annual education conference and recapped all that MSCA has accomplished throughout the year. The D.S. O’Brien award was presented to past MSCA board member, Steve Smith from ACCO Engineered Systems, Inc.  for his outstanding dedication to the HVAC industry. Opening session keynote speaker Josh Linkner captivated the crowd with his five points on how to re-innovate and outpunch the competition.  He encouraged the audience to judo flip their challenges upside down in order to find a new perspective, setting the tone for an exciting and inspirational week!

We look forward to the week ahead with many education and networking opportunities for our industry members!

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