In 2017, the winds of change are blowing stronger than ever with a new commander in chief calling the shots. Most industry experts are hopeful and optimistic about the next four years under a Trump-led government.
HVAC industry professionals converged March 10-13 in Charlotte, North Carolina, for the return of the ACCA 2016 conference and IE3 Expo: The Indoor Environment & Energy Expo. The combined events drew more than 1,500 people from all over the country.
Recognized for his significant contributions to the community and the industry
March 10, 2016
ACCA has honored Dan Burke, chairman of Goettl Air Conditioning, Tempe, Arizona, with the 2016 Skip Snyder Humanitarian Award. The award was presented today as part of a MainStage Session at the ACCA 2016 conference.
Steve Lauten, president and CEO of Total Air and Heat Co. in Plano, Texas, started working in his father’s residential HVAC business as a teenager. During high school and college, he gained employment with a commercial contractor, spending 13 years working with one large mechanical contractor before joining the family business in 1987.
After more than 30 years in the HVACR industry, Phil London will take on an elite level of responsibility as he assumes the role of ACCA National Chairman of the Board next week during ACCA’s annual convention in Grapevine, Texas.
Learning Lab Program Covers a Wide Variety of Topics
February 27, 2015
ACCA announced it will be offering continuing education units (CEUs) for Building Performance Institute (BPI) and North American Technician Excellence (NATE) credit, and HVAC CEUs for the states of Alabama and Ohio, during its ACCA 2015 conference.
ACCA, the indoor environment and energy efficiency association, honored James “Jim” Isaac, of Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., Rochester, N.Y., with its inaugural Skip Snyder Humanitarian Award. The award was presented this morning as part of the opening MainStage Session at the ACCA 2014 Conference.