New Organization Handles Association Chapters Down Under
December 4, 2006
GAITHERSBURG, Md. - The National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) and the three Australian NEBB chapters have created a new organization to handle the administration of chapters in the country. NEBB Australia will operate the three chapters in a manner that meets the needs of the Australian industry, while at all times maintaining high quality NEBB standards.
NEBB Australia was officially established at a signing ceremony on Aug. 15, in Sydney. Attended by David Eynon, executive director of the Air Conditioning and Mechanical Contractor’s Association (AMCA) and Mike Dolim, executive vice president of NEBB. The program is expected to grow into New South Wales, Australia, and parts of Southeast Asia under the new arrangement, using the same NEBB publications that are produced in the United States.
“This presents a unique opportunity for NEBB Australia to more closely reflect the needs of the Australian industry and the way in which it operates,” said Eynon. He will serve as the coordinator for NEBB Australia.
Pictured above is Mike Dolim, executive vice president of NEBB (left) and David Eynon, executive director of AMCA, signing the agreement to finalize the creation of NEBB Australia.
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Publication date: 12/04/2006